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    Stonehill College
   
 
  Nov 23, 2017
 
 
    
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Course Descriptions


 

History

   •  HIS 278 - History of the Islamic World I
   •  HIS 279 - Modern Japan
   •  HIS 281 - American Nation I (History Cornerstone)
   •  HIS 282 - American Nation II (History Cornerstone)
   •  HIS 283 - East Asian History I
   •  HIS 284 - East Asian History II
   •  HIS 285 - Women in America: 1630-1865
   •  HIS 286 - Asian American History
   •  HIS 287 - Women in Modern America: 1865-1975
   •  HIS 290 - History of the Islamic World II
   •  HIS 301 - Colonial America
   •  HIS 303 - From Depression to Dominance
   •  HIS 304 - U.S. Popular Culture
   •  HIS 305 - U.S. Popular Music
   •  HIS 307 - From the New Frontier to a New Century
   •  HIS 308 - The Early Republic
   •  HIS 313 - Modern European Intellectual History
   •  HIS 321 - African-American History I
   •  HIS 322 - African-American History II
   •  HIS 324 - From Jackson to Lincoln
   •  HIS 325 - Lincoln and His America
   •  HIS 326 - The Christian Churches in Nazi Germany
   •  HIS 327 - American Civil War and Reconstruction
   •  HIS 328 - Pursuits of Happiness in Revolutionary America
   •  HIS 329 - The Vietnam Era and Its Legacy
   •  HIS 330 - United States Seminar: Topical
   •  HIS 332 - America in the Nuclear Age
   •  HIS 333 - The American Catholic Experience
   •  HIS 335 - The Debate Over Slavery in Antebellum America
   •  HIS 337 - The Electric Guitar in American Culture
   •  HIS 343 - Christian Theology as Ideology: From Theocracy to Democracy
   •  HIS 347 - Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany
   •  HIS 349 - The Inquisition: Myth and History
   •  HIS 351 - The French Revolution
   •  HIS 353 - A World at War
   •  HIS 360 - European Seminar: Topical
   •  HIS 362 - World History Seminar: Topical
   •  HIS 371 - The Age of Absolutism
   •  HIS 373 - Asian Encounters with Empire
   •  HIS 374 - The Modern Girl in China and Japan
   •  HIS 380 - Public History
   •  HIS 385 - Topics in U.S. Women’s History
   •  HIS 420 - Historical Theory and Writing
   •  HIS 425 - History Research Seminar
   •  HIS 430 - History Thesis
   •  HIS 475 - History Internship
   •  HIS 490 - Directed Study

Honors Program

   •  HON 100 - Honors Introductory Seminar
   •  HON 400 - Honors Senior Seminar

Interdisciplinary Studies

   •  IND 333 - Democratic Education
   •  IND 357 - Topic in Interdisciplinary Studies
   •  IND 400 - Interdisciplinary Minor Final Integrative Project
   •  IND 401 - Interdisciplinary Studies Capstone Seminar

Irish Studies

   •  IRS 200 - Christian Ireland, 431-1169
   •  IRS 201 - Medieval Ireland, 1169-1603
   •  IRS 202 - Pre-Famine Ireland, 1603-1845
   •  IRS 203 - Modern Ireland: 1845-1998
   •  IRS 204 - Contemporary Ireland: 1922-2002

Italian

   •  ITA 131 - Elementary Italian I
   •  ITA 132 - Elementary Italian II
   •  ITA 231 - Intermediate Italian I
   •  ITA 232 - Intermediate Italian II
   •  ITA 251 - Italy: Language and Identity
   •  ITA 252 - Italian Conversation and Composition
   •  ITA 337 - Contemporary Italy Through Film
   •  ITA 338 - Italian Culture and Civilization
   •  ITA 490 - Directed Study: Selected Topics in Italian

Journalism

   •  JRN 100 - Reporting and News Writing
   •  JRN 101 - Advanced Reporting and News Writing
   •  JRN 222 - Development of American News Media
   •  JRN 309 - Narrative Writing
   •  JRN 313 - Journalism Ethics and Law
   •  JRN 421 - Journalism Practicum
   •  JRN 475 - Internship in Journalism
   •  JRN 490 - Directed Study

Latin

   •  LAT 131 - Elementary Latin I
   •  LAT 132 - Elementary Latin II
   •  LAT 231 - Intermediate Latin I
   •  LAT 232 - Intermediate Latin II

Learning Community

The following descriptions represent learning communities that have been offered in the past and are meant to be illustrative. Learning Community offerings change from year to year. Current listings are available on the Registrar’s website. Students select Learning Communities based on preference, but placement in the student’s first choice is not guaranteed.

   •  LC 150 - Learning Community: The Soul, the Self, and the Good Life
   •  LC 200 - Learning Community: New Perspectives
   •  LC 205 - Learning Community: The Practice of Medicine and You
   •  LC 207 - Learning Community: Mathematical Experiments in Computer Science
   •  LC 209 - Learning Community: Organic Chemistry of the Cell
   •  LC 228 - Learning Community: Uncovering Judaism and Nazism in Europe
   •  LC 230 - Learning Community: Through the Looking Glass
   •  LC 235 - Learning Community: Quantum Waves
   •  LC 240 - Learning Community: Building Leaders
   •  LC 245 - Learning Community: Society Through the Lens
   •  LC 254 - Learning Community: Children, Science and the Arts: Classroom Practice
   •  LC 261 - Learning Community: Freud and the Modern World
   •  LC 265 - Learning Community: The Impact of News on Financial Markets
   •  LC 269 - Learning Community: Culture and Commerce
   •  LC 272 - Learning Community: Women's Global Issues
   •  LC 279 - Learning Community: Swamp Walks and Roadside Shrines: The Religion and Science of Place
   •  LC 282 - Learning Community: Neuroscience: Mind, Body, Community
   •  LC 284 - Learning Community: Business and Communication in China: Changes and Challenges
   •  LC 285 - Learning Community: Society on Stage
   •  LC 290 - Learning Community: Mentoring Through Art – Theory and Practice
   •  LC 294 - Learning Community: Social Problems and Performance
 

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