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Course Descriptions

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The sections below under 'Course Descriptions' describe Courses of Study (majors, minors, course offerings, special programs) of the College.

Course Numbering System
A three-digit system is used for numbering courses; the first digit indicates the level of the course. Course levels are: 
  • 100: Introductory level courses recommended to first-year students and having no prerequisites except when courses form a sequence, such as first-year language sequence.
  • 200: Introductory and intermediate courses, which have some prerequisites or which require class standing above first-term students.
  • 300: Advanced courses, with one or more prerequisites in specific courses or in general educational preparation and maturity. Courses at this level are both for majors and for any student with the requisite preparation.
  • 400: Advanced studies (College Honors Program)

Course Descriptions

Africana Studies
American Studies
Anthropology and Sociology
Art and Art History
Asian Studies
Biochemistry
Biology
Business and Management
Chemistry
Chinese
Classics
Classics/Greek
Classics/Latin
Computer Science
Dance
Economics
Educational Studies
English
Environmental Studies
Film Studies
French
Gender and Women's Studies
German
History
Integrated International Studies
Interdisciplinary
Japanese
Latin American Studies
Mathematics
Modern Languages
Music
Neuroscience
Philosophy
Physics and Astronomy
Political Science
Preceptorial
Psychology
Religious Studies
Spanish
Sports Studies
Theatre
Non-departmental Courses

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