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St. Joseph's College New York    
 
    
 
  Sep 20, 2017
 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


Course Numbers

Courses numbered 100 are open to all students without prerequisites. Ordinarily, courses numbered 200, 300, and 400 have prerequisites and may not be taken by freshmen. Consult the individual department course listing for exceptions to this general policy.

Students are advised to check the final schedule of courses published before each advisement period.

The following courses may be offered during the 2017-2018 academic year—including Summer, Fall, Intersession, and/or Spring semesters/sessions/trimesters at both SJC Brooklyn and SJC Long Island, unless otherwise noted. Not all of these courses will be available at night or on weekends at SJC Brooklyn and SJC Long Island. Consult the semestral schedule of courses for more specific information, including the SJC Long Island Weekend College Trimester Program.

Online Courses: Academic departments sometimes offer courses in an online format. Check the semester course schedule for details.

 

 

Religious Studies

   •  RS 223 - The Gospel of John
   •  RS 224 - History of Christianity I
   •  RS 225 - History of Christianity II
   •  RS 300 - Interdisciplinary Readings on Peace and Justice
   •  RS 302 - Catholic Social Teaching
   •  RS 303 - Symposium on Love
   •  RS 305 - Religion and Science
   •  RS 352 - Latin America at the Crossroads
   •  RS 370 - Special Topics
   •  RS 410 - Senior Thesis

Russian

   •  RUS 151 - Elementary Russian I
   •  RUS 152 - Elementary Russian II

Sociology

   •  SOC 100 - Introductory Sociology
   •  SOC 136 - Social Problems
   •  SOC 140 - Introduction to Social Work
   •  SOC 212 - Elements of Social Science Research
   •  SOC 220 - Sociology of Deviant Behavior
   •  SOC 230 - Social Organizations
   •  SOC 232 - Sociology of the Paranormal
   •  SOC 237 - Inequality and Social Class
   •  SOC 239 - Sociology of Religion
   •  SOC 241 - Experience In Social Work
   •  SOC 242 - Field Experience In Applied Sociology
   •  SOC 243 - Criminology
   •  SOC 245 - Community and the Built Environment
   •  SOC 246 - Sociology of Gender
   •  SOC 247 - Hispanic Culture and Community
   •  SOC 249 - Race and Ethnicity
   •  SOC 250 - Change in Developing Countries
   •  SOC 251 - Social Psychology
   •  SOC 252 - Environment and Society
   •  SOC 254 - Sociology of Youth
   •  SOC 256 - Sociology of Education
   •  SOC 265 - Popular Culture
   •  SOC 270 - Sociology of Health
   •  SOC 275 - Poverty and Social Welfare
   •  SOC 285 - Sociology of the Family
   •  SOC 310 - The Civil Rights Movement
   •  SOC 312 - Seminar on American Family Issues
   •  SOC 315 - Global:Understand/InterWorld
   •  SOC 347 - Sociological Theory
   •  SOC 348 - Research Methods
   •  SOC 350 - Applied Statistics
   •  SOC 359 - Independent Study in Sociology
   •  SOC 370 - Special Topics in Sociology
   •  SOC 400 - Seminar in Sociology

Spanish

Courses that are not scheduled can be made available on sufficient demand.

Majors, Concentrates, and Minors may only take one of the following: SPN 211 , SPN 212 , or SPN 215 .

Survey courses offered each semester on a rotating schedule.

Advanced Courses

SPN 221 , SPN 222 , and SPN 260  are prerequisites for all courses 300-level and above conducted in Spanish.

   •  SPN 110 - Introduction to Latino Studies
   •  SPN 140 - Miracles and Massacres
   •  SPN 151 - Elementary I
   •  SPN 152 - Elementary II
   •  SPN 161 - Spanish for Health Professionals
   •  SPN 201 - Intermediate I
   •  SPN 202 - Intermediate II
   •  SPN 210 - Field Experience in the Spanish Language
   •  SPN 211 - Readings in Spanish Literature and Culture
   •  SPN 212 - Readings in Latin American Literature and Culture
   •  SPN 215 - Studies in Hispanic Literature and Art
   •  SPN 220 - Advanced Grammar for Heritage Speakers
   •  SPN 221 - Advanced Grammar
   •  SPN 222 - Advanced Composition and Conversation
   •  SPN 223 - Conversation
   •  SPN 233 - Civilization and Culture of Spain
   •  SPN 234 - Civilization and Culture Of Latin America
   •  SPN 260 - Introduction to Hispanic Literature
   •  SPN 261 - Survey of Spanish Literature
   •  SPN 262 - Survey Of Spanish Literature II
   •  SPN 263 - Survey of Latin American Literature
   •  SPN 303 - Gabriel García Márquez
   •  SPN 304 - Contemporary Spanish Drama
   •  SPN 305 - Contemporary Latin American Drama
   •  SPN 310 - Field Experience in Bilingual and Second Language Education
   •  SPN 315 - The Hispanic Poetic Tradition
   •  SPN 330 - U.S. Latino Literature and Culture
   •  SPN 340 - Contemporary Hispanic Cinema
   •  SPN 350 - Hispanic Women Writers
   •  SPN 351 - Reading Resistencia: Social Movements in Latin America
   •  SPN 352 - Latin America at the Crossroads
   •  SPN 353 - From Macondo to Mcondo: Visions of Modern Latin America
   •  SPN 355 - Beyond Walls: The U.S.-Mexico Borderlands
   •  SPN 356 - Deconstructing the Caribbean
   •  SPN 357 - The Cuban Revolution: Reinvention of a Dream
   •  SPN 358 - The City of Borges
   •  SPN 370 - Special Topics in Hispanic Literature and Culture
   •  SPN 401 - Senior Thesis Seminar I
   •  SPN 402 - Senior Thesis Seminar II
 

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