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RefNoCourse Catalog NumberCourse TitleInstructorStatusSeatsMeetingCredits
BUSINESS DEPARTMENT
30792BA 280 - -BU - -MDOING BUSINESS IN CHINAHongsong NeuhauserOpen12/12MTWHF (09:00am-12:00pm) H 1122.00

DOING BUSINESS IN CHINA


2.00 credits. This course introduces students to the history, political, social, and cultural background of societies and businesses in China. The intended audiences of this course are students interested in broadening knowledge of international cultural and business environment while appreciating a versatile learning experience combining classroom lectures and experiential field work. Previous knowledge of Chinese or business background is not necessary to succeed in this course. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
29963BA 281 - -BU - -MEXPLORING CHINA - HISTORY, CULTURE, AND BUSINESSHongsong NeuhauserOpen11/12By Arrangement2.00

EXPLORING CHINA - HISTORY, CULTURE, AND BUSINESS


2.00 credits. This course introduces students to the history, political, social, and cultural background of societies and businesses in China. The intended audiences of this course are students interested in broadening knowledge of international cultural and business environment while appreciating a versatile learning experience combining classroom lectures and experiential field work. Previous knowledge of Chinese or business background is not necessary to succeed in this course. Signature Learning Experience: Cross-Cultural Experience.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Cross-Cultural Learning

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
30790ED 341 - -ED - -MELL: LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN THE CLASSROOMWendy BellewOpen24/24MTWHF (09:30am-12:30pm) H 1144.00

ELL: LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN THE CLASSROOM


4.00 credits. This course introduces future teachers to the special linguistic and cultural educational needs of English language learners (ELL). Aspects of cross-linguistic and cross-cultural knowledge will be studied as well as methods of instruction that focus on the language needs and background knowledge of the ELL. Theory and practices of current ELL programs will also be examined. Includes 20 hours of field experience (i.e., 2 hours per week for 10 weeks). *Prerequisites: ED 105 or 106, and 150 or 151, and corequisite: ED 341L. Formal acceptance into Education Program required.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Prerequisites Exist

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
30791ED 341 -L-ED - -MELL: LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY LABRachel Finley-BowmanOpen10/10By Arrangement0.00

ELL: LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY LAB


0.00 credit. Lab for ED 341. *Corequisite: ED 341.




Credit Type: Not Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

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Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
ENGLISH DEPARTMENT
29258EN 281 - -3CE -C-MCE WRITING AND ANALYZING THE SHORT STORYJesse WatersOpen14/20MTWHF (09:00am-12:00pm) H 1074.00

CE WRITING AND ANALYZING THE SHORT STORY


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) Students will analyze classic short stories using the language and concepts of literary criticism through, discussion, oral presentation, and a major research paper. Emulating classic literary models, they will write original short stories, revising according to detailed critiques by their peers and the instructor. *Prerequisite: Power of Language requirement. *A Guided Writing and Research Course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Guided Writing and Research

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS DEPARTMENT
29911ART105 - -3CE -C-MCE DRAWING IKristi ArnoldOpen18/18MTWHF (09:00am-12:00pm) ST 1084.00

CE DRAWING I


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) An introduction to the basic concepts, materials and techniques of drawing. These elements will be discussed and practiced through an intensive program of drawing from perception. The basic materials we use will consist of charcoal, ink and paper. Drawing subjects will include still life, interior space, portrait, self-portrait and the figure. The formal elements of line, shape, value, form, space, texture and composition will be explored through drawing done in class, on field trips and weekly homework assignments.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 50.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
29957ART106 - -3CE -C-MCE CERAMICS IMilton FriedlyOpen10/14MTWHF (09:00am-12:00pm) ST 1114.00

CE CERAMICS I


4.00 credits. (Creative Expression Core Course) Introduction to ceramic design and history, with emphasis on fundamental construction, decorating, glazing and firing techniques, and operation of the machinery of the medium.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 150.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
29916TH 210 - -5NCH-C-MNCH WORLD CINEMA, WORLD WAR II TO THE 21ST CENTURYMichael SwansonOpen32/35MTWHF (01:00pm-04:30pm) H 2114.00

NCH WORLD CINEMA, WORLD WAR II TO THE 21ST CENTURY


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) This course will examine feature films from countries other than the United States, from 1945 to the present day, so that students can be exposed to unfamiliar film traditions and thus expand their cultural literacy in world cinema; examine the films as artifacts of their respective cultures; learn about the cross-currents of influence between film, popular culture, and history in the post-World War II period; and develop a greater critical aesthetic appreciation of film to apply to their own viewing.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
HISTORY DEPARTMENT
30082HI 172 - -HI - -MSTUDY TOUR OF CHINADavid KenleyOpen15/15By Arrangement2.00

STUDY TOUR OF CHINA


2.00 credits. In this course we will travel for 15 days in China analyzing the physical, social, and economic artifacts of China's twentieth-century revolutions. Students will participate in both lectures as well as site visits. In addition to the work in China, students will participate in several pre-trip assignments as well as post-trip reflections. Additional fees. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
30373INT170 - -5NCH-C-MNCH THE ARAB SPRINGOya OzkancaOpen35/35MTWHF (09:00am-12:00pm) H 2134.00

NCH THE ARAB SPRING


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) This course provides an introduction into the series of revolutions, protests, rebellions that have been ongoing in the Arab world since 2011 – commonly referred to as the Arab Spring. It is designed to satisfy the Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core requirement and analyzes the factors that led to the current uprisings as well as the path that each continues to take. During the course, we will pay particular attention to the issues, conflicts and questions people face every day in volatile times, and watch a number of documentaries and video footage from the revolutions, protests and rebellions in the Arab world. Was this a media-inspired revolution? What are the class and sectarian dynamics of the Arab Spring? How can we begin to think critically about gender issues in the region? What are the specificities of each revolt? What role does religion play in the developments revolving around the Arab Spring? As the events are ongoing and unfolding, this course needs to remain flexible so as to react and respond to the most current events. Another major goal of the course is to situate the Arab Spring in the larger context of diplomatic history and international relations of the Middle East and North Africa.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT
29952OT 371 - -OT - -MCULTURE AND PARTICIPATIONTamera HumbertOpen35/35MH (12:00pm-04:00pm) E 3602.00

CULTURE AND PARTICIPATION


2.00 credits. The purpose of this course is to offer students opportunity to study specialized areas not otherwise included in the curriculum.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
PEACE AND CONFLICT STUDIES
30780PCS171 - -5NCH-C-MNCH PEACE AND CONFLICT STUDIES IN SOUTH AFRICA IIMichael RoyOpen15/15By Arrangement2.00

NCH PEACE AND CONFLICT STUDIES IN SOUTH AFRICA II


2.00 credits. (2.00 credits for spring course). (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) The central goal of this course is to learn about and understand the struggles that South Africa has gone through leading up to institution of apartheid, during the apartheid years, and post-apartheid. You will learn about the different approaches used to try to resolve these conflicts and the positives and negatives associated with them. This 2-credit course will spend 19 days in South Africa. *Prerequisite: PCS 170 (offered in the spring). Signature Learning Experience: Cross-Cultural. Register by Instructor.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning: Cross-Cultural Learning

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
POLITICS, PHILOSOPHY, AND LEGAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT
30372PS 170 - -5NCH-C-MNCH THE ARAB SPRINGOya OzkancaOpen33/35MTWHF (09:00am-12:00pm) H 2134.00

NCH THE ARAB SPRING


4.00 credits. (Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) This course provides an introduction into the series of revolutions, protests, rebellions that have been ongoing in the Arab world since 2011 – commonly referred to as the Arab Spring. It is designed to satisfy the Non-Western Cultural Heritage Core requirement and analyzes the factors that led to the current uprisings as well as the path that each continues to take. During the course, we will pay particular attention to the issues, conflicts and questions people face every day in volatile times, and watch a number of documentaries and video footage from the revolutions, protests and rebellions in the Arab world. Was this a media-inspired revolution? What are the class and sectarian dynamics of the Arab Spring? How can we begin to think critically about gender issues in the region? What are the specificities of each revolt? What role does religion play in the developments revolving around the Arab Spring? As the events are ongoing and unfolding, this course needs to remain flexible so as to react and respond to the most current events. Another major goal of the course is to situate the Arab Spring in the larger context of diplomatic history and international relations of the Middle East and North Africa.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
RELIGIOUS STUDIES DEPARTMENT
29443REL226 - -4WCH-C-MWCH THE NEW TESTAMENTRichard NewtonOpen34/35MTWHF (09:00am-12:00pm) N 1274.00

WCH THE NEW TESTAMENT


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) An introduction to the literature of the New Testament, with emphasis on the first-century Mediterranean context.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY DEPARTMENT
29954SO 170 - -4WCH- -MWCH CRIME, SOCIETY, AND INTERPRETATIONRita ShahOpen34/35MTWHF (09:00am-12:00pm) H 2154.00

WCH CRIME, SOCIETY, AND INTERPRETATION


4.00 credits. (Western Cultural Heritage Core Course) Perhaps one of the most common areas of concern within American society is the topic of crime. Whether it is raised in the political arena, portrayed in blockbuster movies that unnerve our sense of security, or discussed in every day conversations, there is a pervading fear of crime that often drives daily behaviors—sometimes in unconscious ways. But what exactly is crime? How do we define it? Who commits it? And why does it feel like what we fear changes on a moment’s notice? In this class, we will take an in-depth look at crime, what it is, and its role in society. By focusing on the social construction of crime, we will dissect how we come to understand what crime is and how we respond to it. By analyzing academic readings on the topics, viewing popular constructions of crime, and then analyzing those constructions, students will leave this class with a better understanding of the relationship between crime and society and how that relationship has changed over time. Students who have taken SO 215/218 Criminology are prohibited from taking this course.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
29732SO 204 - -7SSC-C-MSSC POPULATION AND GLOBAL ISSUESMichele Lee Kozimor-KingOpen35/35MTWHF (10:00am-01:00pm) H 2114.00

SSC POPULATION AND GLOBAL ISSUES


4.00 credits. (Social Sciences Core Course) This course is designed to introduce students to the issues, both national and global, that relate to population trends, policies and the environment. Students should leave this course with a basic understanding of demographic methods and techniques; familiarization with the three components of population studies: fertility, mortality and migration; a general knowledge of population policy issues, and a heightened awareness of the interactions between the environment and human society. Emphasis shall be placed on the sociological perspective of population and environmental issues as well as the role of the individual student in population and environmental solutions.




Credit Type: Letter Graded

Signature Learning:

Additional Fees: 0.00

Course Reminder:

Program Category: (Ground 0-25%)
Elizabethtown College