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St. Joseph's College New York    
 
    
 
  Oct 24, 2017
 
2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED 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 2016-2017 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.

 

 

Communication Studies

CO-CURRICULAR WORKSHOP IN DRAMATICS may be offered for academic credit in accordance with the policy that students may earn 1/2 academic credit per semester for a total of two credits toward the degree for participation in co-curricular activities approved for credit by the faculty. Consult the Moderator and Director of Chapel Players.

   •  SPC 102 - Speech Communication
   •  SPC 112 - Introduction To Sign Language
   •  SPC 115 - Voice and Diction
   •  SPC 130 - Introduction to the Theatre
   •  SPC 132 - Fundamentals of Acting
   •  SPC 204 - Interpersonal Communication
   •  SPC 205 - Intercultural Communication
   •  SPC 206 - Business and Professional Communication
   •  SPC 208 - Listening Theories and Applications
   •  SPC 212 - Phonetics
   •  SPC 217 - Oral Interpretation of Literature
   •  SPC 218 - Normal Language Development
   •  SPC 220 - Sound and the Auditory Mechanism
   •  SPC 222 - Nonverbal Communication
   •  SPC 224 - Children's Literature and Oral Expression
   •  SPC 225 - Psychology of Language
   •  SPC 228 - Acting I
   •  SPC 229 - Acting II
   •  SPC 230 - Advanced Acting
   •  SPC 234 - Creative Drama Workshop
   •  SPC 235 - Play Production
   •  SPC 270 - Small Group Discussion
   •  SPC 300 - Theories of Persuasion
   •  SPC 302 - American Musical Theatre
   •  SPC 304 - Directing
   •  SPC 319 - Speech-Language Pathology I
   •  SPC 320 - Speech-Language Pathology II
   •  SPC 340 - Audiology
   •  SPC 342 - Aural Rehabilitation
   •  SPC 350 - Advanced Speech Communication
   •  SPC 400 - Internships
   •  SPC 401 - Internship in Communication Disorders
   •  SPC 402 - Internship in Theatre
   •  SPC 403 - Internship in Communication Arts
   •  SPC 405 - History of Rhetoric
   •  SPC 410 - Anatomy, Physiology, and Neurology of the Speech and Hearing Mechanism
   •  SPC 415 - Rhetoric and Popular Culture
   •  SPC 424 - Clinical Procedure and Practice