2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Dec 10, 2019  
2018-2019 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 course offerings before each advisement period.

The following courses may be offered during the 2018-2019 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 course offerings for more specific information, including the SJC Long Island Weekend College Trimester Program.

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

 

 

History

   •  HIS 270 - Selected Topics in History
   •  HIS 272 - History of American Governance
   •  HIS 274 - Long Island in History
   •  HIS 276 - History of New York: State and City
   •  HIS 301 - Medieval Europe
   •  HIS 303 - Renaissance and Reformation Europe
   •  HIS 305 - Early Modern Europe
   •  HIS 307 - The French Revolution and Napoleon
   •  HIS 308 - Nineteenth-Century Europe
   •  HIS 310 - American Foreign Policy
   •  HIS 312 - United States Foreign Relations Since 1914
   •  HIS 313 - The First World War
   •  HIS 315 - Modern Japan
   •  HIS 317 - Modern China
   •  HIS 321 - American Social and Intellectual History
   •  HIS 325 - American Colonial Society 1607-1763
   •  HIS 327 - Revolutionary America 1763-1789
   •  HIS 329 - Early National Period 1787-1848
   •  HIS 335 - American Civil War and Reconstruction
   •  HIS 340 - America in the Industrial Age 1877-1930
   •  HIS 345 - Post-War America
   •  HIS 350 - The Holocaust
   •  HIS 352 - War, Revolution, and Totalitarianism: Europe 1914-45
   •  HIS 354 - Post-War Europe
   •  HIS 360 - The Vietnam Era
   •  HIS 363 - Immigration And Identity: The Question Of Race And Ethnicity In American Life
   •  HIS 370 - Selected Themes or Topics of Historical Interest
   •  HIS 390 - Directed Readings
   •  HIS 410 - History Capstone Seminar
   •  HIS 411 - Senior Thesis
   •  HIS 422 - Historiography

Hospitality and Tourism Management

   •  HTM 100 - Hospitality Management
   •  HTM 125 - Food and Beverage Operations
   •  HTM 200 - Hospitality Finance
   •  HTM 225 - International Destinations
   •  HTM 301 - Commercial Recreation and Tourism
   •  HTM 302 - Hotel Operations Management
   •  HTM 312 - Hotel Facilities Management
   •  HTM 317 - Sustainable Tourism
   •  HTM 320 - Conference and Event Planning Management
   •  HTM 370 - Special Topics
   •  HTM 462 - Internship

Human Relations

   •  HR 400 - Seminar in Human Relations

Human Resources

   •  HRM 472 - Policy Seminar Capstone

Human Services

   •  HS 118 - Exploration of Human Services
   •  HS 150 - Group Dynamics and Communication
   •  HS 215 - Human Services
   •  HS 230 - Emotional/Behavioral Disturbance in Children and Youth
   •  HS 231 - Child Abuse and Neglect
   •  HS 240 - Developing A Non-Profit Organization
   •  HS 241 - Introduction to Fundraising
   •  HS 242 - Introduction to Grant Writing
   •  HS 243 - Medicaid
   •  HS 244 - Event Planning
   •  HS 270 - Sociology of Health
   •  HS 272 - Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias
   •  HS 321 - Human Services Administration I
   •  HS 322 - Human Services Administration II
   •  HS 329 - Human Services Delivery System
   •  HS 340 - Principles of Counseling
   •  HS 403 - Human Services and the Liberal Arts
   •  HS 407 - Human Sexuality in Health and Disease
   •  HS 408 - Epidemiology
   •  HS 409 - Psychological Factors in Health and Disease
   •  HS 411 - Alcoholism
   •  HS 412 - Addictions and Dependencies
   •  HS 413 - Nutrition in Community Health
   •  HS 419 - Alcoholism and Addictions in the Family and Society
   •  HS 420 - Health Education
   •  HS 434 - Family Health
   •  HS 441 - Counseling Techniques
   •  HS 442 - Family Counseling
   •  HS 443 - Mental Health and Crisis Intervention
   •  HS 444 - Principles of Alcoholism and Addictions Counseling
   •  HS 445 - Alcoholism and Addictions Evaluation and Treatment Planning
   •  HS 449 - Death And Dying
   •  HS 451 - Gerontology
   •  HS 453 - The Psychology of Aging
   •  HS 456 - Program and Resources in Aging
   •  HS 457 - Introduction to Case Management
   •  HS 458 - Care Management And Community Mental Health
   •  HS 459 - Practicum in Gerontology
   •  HS 466 - Internship in Human Services
   •  HS 467 - Practicum in Health Instruction
   •  HS 470 - Practicum in Alcoholism & Addictions Counseling I
   •  HS 471 - Practicum in Alcoholism & Addictions Counseling II
   •  HS 472 - Practicum in Alcoholism & Addictions Counseling III
   •  HS 474 - Field Experience in Human Services I
   •  HS 475 - Field Experience in Human Services II
   •  HS 495 - Academic Writing and Research
   •  HS 498 - Capstone Research in Human Services

Interdisciplinary

The courses listed in this section are interdisciplinary in nature. The departments to which they may be credited are listed.

   •  CLA 112 - Classical Literature
   •  CLA 122 - Ancient Greece and Rome
   •  CLA 154 - Sources Of Great Western Ideas
   •  CLA 157 - Self and Society in Ancient Greece and Rome
   •  CLA 196H - The Ancient Era
   •  HIS 198H - The turbulent and glorious Middle Ages
   •  PHI 198H - The turbulent and glorious Middle Ages

Italian

   •  ITL 151 - Elementary I
   •  ITL 152 - Elementary II
 

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