2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalogue 
    
    Oct 13, 2019  
2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalogue [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 2013-2014  academic year—including Summer, Fall, Intersession, and/or Spring semesters/sessions/trimesters on both the Brooklyn and Long Island Campuses, unless otherwise noted. Not all of these courses will be available at night or on weekends on both campuses. Consult the semestral schedule of courses for more specific information, including the Long Island Campus Weekend College Trimester Program.

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

 

 

Accounting

   •  ACC 110 - Principles of Accounting
   •  ACC 200 - Fundamentals of Financial Accounting
   •  ACC 211 - Financial Accounting
   •  ACC 212 - Intermediate Accounting I
   •  ACC 213 - Intermediate Accounting II
   •  ACC 215 - Principles of Federal Taxation
   •  ACC 216 - Advanced Federal Income Taxes
   •  ACC 241 - Managerial Accounting
   •  ACC 245 - Governmental and Not-for-Profit Accounting
   •  ACC 320 - Accounting Information Systems and E.D.P. Auditing
   •  ACC 342 - Advanced Accounting I
   •  ACC 362 - Internship in Accounting
   •  ACC 417 - Principles of Auditing

Anthropology

   •  ANT 151 - Cultural Anthropology
   •  ANT 152 - Physical Anthropology
   •  ANT 261 - Native Americans

Arabic

   •  ARA 151 - Elementary Arabic I
   •  ARA 152 - Elementary Arabic II

Art

CO-CURRICULAR WORKSHOP IN ART 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 of the Art Club.

   •  ART 103 - Art and Architecture in Western Europe
   •  ART 104 - Art and Architecture of France
   •  ART 105 - The Visual Arts in a Global World
   •  ART 173 - Photography without A Darkroom
   •  ART 185 - Art as Communication
   •  ART 200 - Art History/Prehistoric thru Medieval
   •  ART 201 - Art History - Renaissance Through Impressionism
   •  ART 202 - History of Modern Art
   •  ART 205 - Art in the Non-Western World
   •  ART 215 - Art in American Life
   •  ART 220 - Women in the History of Art
   •  ART 225 - History of Photography
   •  ART 227 - Issues in Visual Culture
   •  ART 277 - Web Design

Art: Studio

The emphasis of studio courses is to guide students in discovering, developing and expressing their creative potential. Exposure to varied approaches and techniques offers the beginning, as well as the advanced student, a broad scope for individual growth and expression.

A $65–$100 materials fee will be charged in all studio courses at Brooklyn campus.

A $65–$115 materials fee will be charged in all studio courses at Long Island campus.

   •  ART 153 - Introduction to Sculpture
   •  ART 160 - Printmaking I
   •  ART 163 - Crafts as an Art Form I
   •  ART 165 - Graphic Design I
   •  ART 179 - Black And White Photography I
   •  ART 183 - Drawing I
   •  ART 184 - Painting I
   •  ART 186 - Ceramics I
   •  ART 190 - Ceramic Sculpture
   •  ART 195 - Calligraphy I
   •  ART 260 - Printmaking II
   •  ART 263 - Crafts as an Art Form II
   •  ART 267 - Computer Assisted Graphic Design Workshop
   •  ART 269 - Digital Photography
   •  ART 279 - Photography II
   •  ART 283 - Drawing II
   •  ART 284 - Painting II
   •  ART 286 - Ceramics II
   •  ART 292 - Ceramic Sculpture II
   •  ART 295 - Calligraphy II
   •  ART 298 - Independent Study in Various Media

Biology

   •  BIO 108 - Introduction to Ecology
   •  BIO 109 - Current Trends in Biology
   •  BIO 110 - Current Topics in Biology
   •  BIO 112 - Biological Control Systems
   •  BIO 115 - Introduction to Human Inheritance
   •  BIO 116 - Evolving Life
   •  BIO 117 - Literacy in Biology
   •  BIO 118 - Introduction to Environmental Biology
   •  BIO 120 - Healing Powers of Plants
   •  BIO 130 - Introduction to Immunology
   •  BIO 131 - Immunological Exploration
   •  BIO 140 - The Microbial World
   •  BIO 145 - Marine Biology
   •  BIO 150 - General Biology I
   •  BIO 151 - General Biology II
   •  BIO 160 - Anatomy and Physiology I
   •  BIO 161 - Anatomy and Physiology II
   •  BIO 165 - Anatomy
   •  BIO 200 - General Ecology
   •  BIO 216 - Biometrics
   •  BIO 220 - Vertebrate Histology and Microtechnique
   •  BIO 225 - Forensic Bioscience
   •  BIO 240 - Globalization: A Case Study of Food
   •  BIO 260 - Evolutionary Biology
   •  BIO 279 - Local Field Ecology
   •  BIO 280 - Field Course in Ecology
   •  BIO 290 - Modern Genetics
   •  BIO 301 - Plant Biology
   •  BIO 331 - Pathophysiology
   •  BIO 335 - Physiology
   •  BIO 340 - Microbiology
   •  BIO 350 - Immunology
   •  BIO 380 - Research Seminar
   •  BIO 400 - Internship
   •  BIO 420 - Biorhythms
   •  BIO 440 - Analysis of Devlopmental Biology
   •  BIO 450 - Endocrinology
   •  BIO 460 - Cell Biology
   •  BIO 461 - Molecular Biology
   •  BIO 462 - Neuroscience
   •  BIO 470 - Coastal Marine Habitats
   •  BIO 475 - Molecular Immunology
   •  BIO 480 - Research

Business

   •  BUS 100 - Process of Management
   •  BUS 120 - Macroeconomics
   •  BUS 127 - Comparative Economic Systems
   •  BUS 130 - Organizational Behavior
 

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