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    McDaniel College
   
 
  Nov 21, 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.
 
   •  GRK 2266 - Special Topics in Greek
   •  GRK 2298 - Independent Studies in Greek
   •  GRK 2299 - Independent Studies in Greek
   •  GRN 1101 - Introduction to Aging Studies
   •  GRN 3392 - Internship In Gerontology
   •  GSC 1105 - The Science of Cooking
   •  GSC 1106 - Understanding the Universe
   •  GSC 1109 - The Nature of Science
   •  GSC 1110 - Observational Astronomy
   •  GSC 1111 - Introductory Astronomy
   •  GSC 1112 - The Earth
   •  GSC 1113 - Sound, Music, and Hearing
   •  GSC 1114 - Astrobiology: The Origin of Life on Earth and the Potential for Life in the Universe
   •  GSC 1115 - A World Of Light And Color
   •  GSC 1116 - Energy and the Environment
   •  GSC 1117 - Environmental Geology
   •  GSC 1121 - Electronics Made Simple
   •  GSC 1131 - Environmental Problem Solving
   •  GSC 1140 - Introduction to Forensic Science
   •  GSC 1153 - Trees on the Hill: The Science of Wood
   •  GSC 2203 - History of Scientific Thought I
   •  GSC 2204 - History of Scientific Thought II
   •  GSC 2206 - Women in Science: From Antiquity into the Next Millennium
   •  GSC 2208 - Science in Islam's Golden Age
   •  GSC 2210 - History of Modern Science
   •  GSC 2265 - Special Topics In General Science
   •  GSC 2295 - Internships In General Science
   •  GSC 2298 - Independent Studies in General Science
   •  GSC 3365 - Special Topics In General Science
   •  GSC 3395 - Internships In General Science
   •  GSC 3398 - Independent Studies in General Science
   •  GSC 4465 - Special Topics In General Science
   •  GSC 4495 - Internships In General Science
   •  GSC 4498 - Independent Studies in General Science
   •  HIS 1109 - Survey of Modern U.S. History, 1865-2000
   •  HIS 1111 - The End of Cold War Cultur
   •  HIS 1134 - Understanding Europe I
   •  HIS 1135 - Understanding Europe II
   •  HIS 1141 - Classical Jiangnan in China
   •  HIS 1149 - Hydraulic China: Water, Culture & Society
   •  HIS 1165 - Special Topics in History
   •  HIS 1191 - Gender and Society in Ancient Greece
   •  HIS 2101 - Cold War as Global Conflict
   •  HIS 2104 - Illusory Frontiers
   •  HIS 2202 - Formation of Western Europe
   •  HIS 2203 - Western Civ: 1700 to the Present
   •  HIS 2205 - Ancient Greece
   •  HIS 2206 - Republican Rome
   •  HIS 2207 - Archaeology of Greece
   •  HIS 2208 - Roman Women
   •  HIS 2210 - Gender and Society in Early Europe
   •  HIS 2213 - The High Middle Ages
   •  HIS 2214 - Early Modern Europe
   •  HIS 2215 - Medieval England
   •  HIS 2219 - 19th-Century Europe: Age of Anxiety
   •  HIS 2220 - 20th-Century Europe
   •  HIS 2222 - Gender and Society in America, Past and Present
   •  HIS 2224 - Becoming American: Topics in American History
   •  HIS 2225 - Colonial America, 1607–1763
   •  HIS 2226 - Revolutionary America and the New Nation, 1763–1840
   •  HIS 2229 - U.S. History in the Cold War Era, 1945-1991
   •  HIS 2231 - History of East Asia to 1600
   •  HIS 2232 - History of East Asia since 1600
   •  HIS 2233 - Women in U.S. History
   •  HIS 2234 - Evolution of American Freedom
   •  HIS 2235 - U.S. History in the Progressive Era, 1890-1920
   •  HIS 2236 - Black America and the Civil Rights Era, 1865-1968
   •  HIS 2237 - Religion and Society in China
   •  HIS 2238 - U.S. Intellectual Tradition
   •  HIS 2240 - Modern China in Film
   •  HIS 2241 - Fathoming Evil: Genocide
   •  HIS 2242 - Beyone 1492: Indian Encounters
   •  HIS 2250 - Reconstruction
   •  HIS 2265 - Special Topics in History
   •  HIS 2267 - Spec Topics in History Modern Europe
   •  HIS 2269 - Special Topics in History Asia
   •  HIS 2295 - Internships in History
   •  HIS 2298 - Independent Studies in History
   •  HIS 3302 - The Civil War and Reconstruction, 1840–1877
   •  HIS 3305 - Seminar: Rome, The Early Empire
   •  HIS 3315 - Seminar: Early European Society
   •  HIS 3316 - Seminar: The Crusades
   •  HIS 3317 - Seminar: The Renaissance of the Twelfth Century
   •  HIS 3324 - Seminar: The American Revolution as a Social Movement
   •  HIS 3327 - Seminar: Modern U.S. History
   •  HIS 3328 - Seminar: African-American History
   •  HIS 3331 - Gender and the Family in China
   •  HIS 3332 - China's Troubled Waters
   •  HIS 3365 - Special Topics in History
   •  HIS 3369 - Special Topics History
   •  HIS 3395 - Internships in History
   •  HIS 3398 - Independent Studies in History
   •  HIS 4465 - Special Topics in History
   •  HIS 4492 - History Colloquium
   •  HIS 4495 - Internships in History
   •  HIS 4498 - Independent Studies in History
   •  HON 1200 - Honors A to Z
   •  HON 2201 - Great Works
   •  HON 2265 - Special Topics
   •  HON 2304 - Don Quixote
 

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