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    Stonehill College
   
 
  Nov 20, 2017
 
 
    
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Course Descriptions


 

Political Science

   •  POL 340 - European Politics
   •  POL 341 - Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
   •  POL 344 - Contemporary Global Issues
   •  POL 345 - Inequity, Poverty, and American Democracy
   •  POL 346 - Immigration and the American Ideal
   •  POL 347 - Conflict Analysis and Resolution
   •  POL 348 - Peace and Conflict Studies
   •  POL 351 - Public Policy Analysis
   •  POL 352 - Transitions to Democracy and Building Democracy
   •  POL 353 - International Organizations and State Building
   •  POL 354 - Irish Politics
   •  POL 355 - Politics of East Asia
   •  POL 356 - Politics of the Middle East
   •  POL 357 - Topics in Politics
   •  POL 358 - Massachusetts State Politics
   •  POL 360 - The United States Congress
   •  POL 380 - Dirty Hands: Moral Dilemmas
   •  POL 381 - Citizens of the World
   •  POL 390 - Politics in Washington, D.C.
   •  POL 401 - Political Science Honors Thesis I
   •  POL 402 - Political Science Honors Thesis II
   •  POL 422 - Capstone Seminar
   •  POL 475 - Internship in Government
   •  POL 490 - Directed Study
   •  POL 496 - Independent Research

Psychology

   •  PSY 101 - General Psychology
   •  PSY 110 - Psychological Science
   •  PSY 201 - Developmental Psychology I
   •  PSY 203 - Developmental Psychology II
   •  PSY 204 - Human Development in the Young Adult Years
   •  PSY 205 - Theories of Personality
   •  PSY 207 - Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSY 209 - Social Psychology
   •  PSY 261 - Introduction to Statistics
   •  PSY 262 - Intermediate Statistics
   •  PSY 271 - Research Methods in Psychology
   •  PSY 303 - Group Dynamics
   •  PSY 305 - Theories of Learning
   •  PSY 311 - Theories of Counseling
   •  PSY 315 - Psychology of Women
   •  PSY 320 - Introduction to Health Psychology
   •  PSY 323 - Sport Psychology
   •  PSY 324 - Identity and Moral Development
   •  PSY 341 - Research in Social Psychology
   •  PSY 342 - Research in Developmental Psychology
   •  PSY 347 - Research in Health Psychology
   •  PSY 351 - Child Psychopathology and Its Treatment
   •  PSY 411 - Counseling Practicum I
   •  PSY 412 - Counseling Practicum II
   •  PSY 413 - Experimental Psychology
   •  PSY 415 - Brain and Behavior
   •  PSY 419 - Cognitive Psychology
   •  PSY 421 - Psychology and the Legal System
   •  PSY 450 - Advanced Psychology Seminar
   •  PSY 451 - Applying Psychological Principles
   •  PSY 475 - Internship in Applied Psychology I
   •  PSY 476 - Internship in Applied Psychology II
   •  PSY 490 - Directed Study
   •  PSY 496 - Independent Research
   •  PSY 497 - Senior Thesis

Religious Studies

   •  REL 100/110 - Why Religion? The Hero's Journey (Core/First-Year Seminar)
   •  REL 100/111 - Religions of the World (Core/First-Year Seminar)
   •  REL 100/112 - Saints and Sinners in Church History (Core/First-Year Seminar)
   •  REL 100/113 - Sacred Space From Mt. Sinai to Ground Zero (Core/First-Year Seminar)
   •  REL 100/114 - The Journey toward Religious Maturity (Core/First-Year Seminar)
   •  REL 100/115 - The Subject is the Question of God (Core/First-Year Seminar)
   •  REL 100/116 - Abrahamic Faith (Core/First-Year Seminar)
   •  REL 100/117 - Gods, Myths, and Rituals in the Ancient Mediterranean (Core/First-Year Seminar)
   •  REL 100/118 - The Religious Quest (Core/First-Year Seminar)
   •  REL 100/119 - Religion and How to Create One (Core/First-Year Seminar)
   •  REL 100/120 - Deviance and the Divine (Core/First-Year Seminar)
   •  REL 100/121 - Religion as Pharmakon: Poison or Cure (Core/First-Year Seminar)
   •  REL 100/122 - Pilgrimage and Passage: Religion as “Sacred” Journey (Core/First-Year Seminar)
   •  REL 100/123 - Demons, Devils and Satans: Monsters of Religion (Core/First-Year Seminar)
   •  REL 100/124 - God Doesn't Do Religion (Core/First-Year Seminar)
   •  REL 100/125 - God's Love (Core/First-Year Seminar)
   •  REL 206 - Islamic Traditions
   •  REL 209 - Religion and Culture of the Jewish People
   •  REL 210 - Religions of China and Japan
   •  REL 226 - Women, Slaves & Sin: Paul and the Creation of Christianity
   •  REL 233 - American Catholic Social History
   •  REL 236 - Faith in Christ and Religious Pluralism
   •  REL 238 - Migrants, Immigrants, Refugees: Justice Issues and Catholic Responses
   •  REL 248 - Christian Prayer, Liturgy and Sacrament
   •  REL 251 - Introduction to the Old Testament
   •  REL 252 - Introduction to the New Testament
   •  REL 253 - Models of the Church: Historical Developments
   •  REL 254 - Global Catholicism
   •  REL 255 - Religions in the Roman Empire
   •  REL 256 - Church and Social Justice
   •  REL 261 - Women in Early Christian Tradition
   •  REL 262 - Religion in America
   •  REL 263 - Women's Religions in the Ancient Mediterranean World
   •  REL 267 - Liberation Theology: Latin American Perspectives
   •  REL 269 - The Muslim Jesus
   •  REL 274 - The Religions of Egypt
   •  REL 275 - Hard Rockin' Jews: Judaism and Pop Culture in Israel
   •  REL 276 - EcoSpirituality
   •  REL 300 - The Catholic Tradition: Past and Present
   •  REL 301 - Islam and the Bible: Jewish and Muslim Morality and Ethics
 

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