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    Stonehill College
   
 
  Oct 21, 2017
 
2016-2017 HillBook (Class of 2020) 
  
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Course Descriptions


 

Chemistry

   •  CHM 450 - Senior Spring Chemistry Seminar & Thesis
   •  CHM 475 - Internship in Chemistry
   •  CHM 490 - Directed Study
   •  CHM 496 - Independent Chemical Research
   •  CHM 497 - Senior Thesis

Chinese

   •  CHN 131 - Elementary Chinese I
   •  CHN 132 - Elementary Chinese II
   •  CHN 231 - Intermediate Chinese I
   •  CHN 232 - Intermediate Chinese II
   •  CHN 331 - Advanced Chinese I
   •  CHN 332 - Advanced Chinese II
   •  CHN 333 - Chinese TV Series
   •  CHN 490 - Directed Study: Topics in Chinese

Communication

   •  COM 103 - Public Speaking
   •  COM 105 - Interpersonal Communication
   •  COM 107 - Mediated Communication
   •  COM 110 - Navigating the Media Landscape (First-Year Seminar)
   •  COM 201 - Business and Professional Communication
   •  COM 203 - Studies in Persuasion
   •  COM 207 - Media Criticism
   •  COM 220 - Understanding Film
   •  COM 310 - Organizational Communication
   •  COM 311 - Public Relations I: Principles
   •  COM 312 - Public Relations II: Practices
   •  COM 313 - Gender and Communication
   •  COM 314 - Media Industries
   •  COM 315 - Intercultural Communication
   •  COM 316 - Family Communication
   •  COM 318 - Persuasion and Social Movements
   •  COM 319 - Political Communication
   •  COM 321 - Topics in Film Genres
   •  COM 322 - Communication Research Methods
   •  COM 323 - Topics in Film
   •  COM 325 - Leadership and Communication
   •  COM 333 - Topics in Mediated Communication
   •  COM 412 - Advanced Interpersonal Communication
   •  COM 414 - Special Topics in Communication
   •  COM 417 - Communication Theory
   •  COM 418 - Rhetorical Theory
   •  COM 419 - Mediated Communication Theory
   •  COM 441 - Rhetorical Criticism (WID)
   •  COM 452 - Communication Honors Thesis
   •  COM 475 - Internship in Communication
   •  COM 490 - Directed Study

Computer Science

   •  CSC 090 - Healthy Computer Use for Computer Science
   •  CSC 101 - From Gutenberg to Berners-Lee
   •  CSC 102 - Introduction to Programming
   •  CSC 103 - Computer Science I
   •  CSC 104 - Computer Science II
   •  CSC 195 - How Computers Work
   •  CSC 201 - Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science I
   •  CSC 202 - Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science II
   •  CSC 211 - Data Structures
   •  CSC 221 - Computer Logic and Organization
   •  CSC 304 - Computer Architecture
   •  CSC 311 - Algorithms and Complexity
   •  CSC 312 - Compiler Design
   •  CSC 314 - Operating Systems
   •  CSC 323 - Programming Languages
   •  CSC 324 - Web Programming
   •  CSC 325 - Database Management Systems
   •  CSC 382 - Artificial Intelligence
   •  CSC 384 - Theory of Computation
   •  CSC 390 - Computer Networks
   •  CSC 393 - Numerical Analysis
   •  CSC 399 - Topics in Computer Science
   •  CSC 400 - Capstone: Software Engineering (WID)
   •  CSC 450 - Computer Science Honors Thesis
   •  CSC 475 - Internship in Computer Science
   •  CSC 490 - Directed Study

Criminology

   •  CRM 120 - Critical Introduction to Criminal Justice
   •  CRM 201 - Criminology
   •  CRM 204 - Sociology of the Prison
   •  CRM 208 - Sex Offenders: Patterns and Behaviors
   •  CRM 224 - Juvenile Delinquency
   •  CRM 273 - Crime and Mental Illness
   •  CRM 295 - Topics in Criminology
   •  CRM 303 - Procedural Criminal Law
   •  CRM 304 - Victims of Crime
   •  CRM 305 - Substantive Criminal Law
   •  CRM 307 - Mechanics of the Courtroom
   •  CRM 309 - The Jury System
   •  CRM 310 - Research Methods for Criminology (WID)
   •  CRM 311 - Statistical Analysis in Criminology
   •  CRM 314 - Practicum: Victims in the Courtroom
   •  CRM 318 - Federal Criminal Process
   •  CRM 322 - Violent Crime and Federal Initiatives
   •  CRM 324 - Alternative Resolutions in Criminal Justice
   •  CRM 333 - The Accused
   •  CRM 335 - Spatial Crime Analysis
   •  CRM 353 - Ethics, Values, and Diversity in Criminal Justice
   •  CRM 355 - Global Crime
   •  CRM 400 - Seminar: Writing for Criminology (WID)
   •  CRM 409 - Seminar: Deviance and Control
   •  CRM 410 - Seminar: Juvenile Justice
   •  CRM 411 - Seminar: Police and Society
   •  CRM 412 - Seminar: Punishment and Public Policy
   •  CRM 430 - Seminar: Race, Class and Gender in the Criminal Justice System
   •  CRM 432 - Seminar: At-Risk Families and Youths
   •  CRM 440 - Seminar: White Collar Crime
 

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