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    Elizabethtown College
   
 
  Nov 23, 2017
 
 
    
College Catalog 2017-2018

Course Descriptions


 The following is a complete listing of the courses offered at Elizabethtown College. Use the filter to narrow your search.

 

Religious Studies Courses

   •  REL 213 - PLO Biblical Hebrew I
   •  REL 214 - Biblical Hebrew II
   •  REL 215 - Koiné Greek I
   •  REL 216 - Koiné Greek II
   •  REL 217 - PLO Sanskrit I
   •  REL 218 - Sanskrit II
   •  REL 225 - NCH The Hebrew Bible and Ancient Near East
   •  REL 226 - WCH The New Testament
   •  REL 252 - Vocation and Church in the 21st Century
   •  REL 253 - Theology Through Film
   •  REL 261 - Peacemaking and Social Justice in the Bible
   •  REL 267 - HUM Progressive Religion
   •  REL 284 - Anabaptist and Pietist Movements
   •  REL 287 - The Story of Christianity
   •  REL 290 - NCH Dharma Traditions: Hindu, Buddhist, Jain, and Sikh
   •  REL 293 - Islam
   •  REL 313 - Intermediate Biblical Hebrew
   •  REL 321 - The Bible and Race in the United States of America
   •  REL 323 - Women, Gender, and the Hebrew Bible
   •  REL 331 - Ethnicity, Gender, and Religion
   •  REL 344 - The Nonviolent Ethics of Martin Luther King, Jr.
   •  REL 364 - Amish Society (SO 364)
   •  REL 370-378 - Special Topics in Religious Studies
   •  REL 391 - Modern Hinduism
   •  REL 392 - Religion in China and Japan
   •  REL 393 - Indian Philosophy
   •  REL 470-474 - Internship in Religious Studies
   •  REL 480-489 - Independent Study in Religious Studies
   •  REL 490 - Senior Seminar in Religious Studies I
   •  REL 491 - Senior Seminar in Religious Studies II
   •  REL 494 - Capstone in Religious Studies
   •  REL 498 - Junior-Senior Independent Research

Honors Religious Studies Courses

   •  HRE 285 - HNR WCH Amish, Brethren, and Mennonites in the U.S. Since 1875
   •  HRE 289 - HNR Communal and Utopian Societies

Social Work Courses

   •  SW 160 - SSC Social Problems and Response of Social Welfare Institutions
   •  SW 233 - Human Behavior in the Social Environment
   •  SW 280 - Multicultural Counseling Skills
   •  SW 330 - Methods of Social Work Research
   •  SW 339 - Human Sexuality
   •  SW 344 - Aging: Social Response and Implications
   •  SW 346 - Exploring the Culture and Services of Vietnam
   •  SW 347 - May Term in Vietnam
   •  SW 355 - Women in Society
   •  SW 357 - Child Welfare
   •  SW 360 - International Social Development
   •  SW 366 - Addiction and Society
   •  SW 367 - Generalist SW Practice I: Individuals
   •  SW 368 - Generalist SW Practice II: Families and Small Groups
   •  SW 369 - Generalist SW Practice III: Communities and Organizations
   •  SW 370-378 - Special Topics in Social Work
   •  SW 380 - Social Policy
   •  SW 400 - Senior Project in Social Work
   •  SW 470 - Field Instruction I
   •  SW 471 - Field Instruction II
   •  SW 480-489 - Independent Study in Social Work
   •  SW 498 - Senior Seminar in Social Work

Anthropology Courses

   •  AN 111 - NCH Understanding Human Cultures
   •  AN 201 - NPS Principles of Biological Anthropology
   •  AN 306 - Indians of North America
   •  AN 307 - People and Cultures of Africa
   •  AN 308 - People and Cultures of Latin America
   •  AN 309 - People and Cultures of Scandinavia
   •  AN 342 - Primates (BIO 342)
   •  AN 343 - Human Origins (BIO 343)
   •  AN 361 - Archeology and Geography
   •  AN 362 - Archeology Field School
   •  AN 363 - Forensic Anthropology
   •  AN 370-378 - Special Topics in Anthropology
   •  AN 400 - Senior Project in Anthropology
   •  AN 470-474 - Internship in Anthropology
   •  AN 480-489 - Independent Study in Anthropology
   •  AN 490 - Research in Anthropology

Sociology Courses

   •  SO 101 - SSC Discovering Society
   •  SO 204 - SSC Population and Global Issues
   •  SO 215 - Criminology
   •  SO 217 - U.S. Criminal Justice System
   •  SO 220 - Race and Ethnic Relations
   •  SO 230 - Introduction to Urban Sociology
   •  SO 270 - Law and Social Change
   •  SO 301 - Social Issues
   •  SO 305 - Marriage and Family (WGS 305)
   •  SO 317 - Sociology of Religion
   •  SO 342 - Modern Corrections
   •  SO 352 - Juvenile Law and Justice
   •  SO 353 - Policing in America
   •  SO 364 - Amish Society (REL 364)
   •  SO 370-378 - Special Topics in Sociology
   •  SO 400 - Senior Project in Sociology
   •  SO 470-474 - Internship in Sociology
   •  SO 480-489 - Independent Study in Sociology
   •  SO 490 - Research in Sociology

Honors Sociology Courses

   •  HSO 224 - HNR SSC The Amish in Modern Society

Sociology Anthropology Courses

   •  SAN 105 - Introductory Seminar for Sociology and Anthropology
   •  SAN 205 - Social Theory
   •  SAN 330 - Research Methods
   •  SAN 331 - Statistical Analysis
   •  SAN 405 - Senior Seminar for Sociology and Anthropology

Cognitive Science Courses

   •  CSC 462 - Cognitive Science Capstone

Creative Writing Courses

   •  CW 386 - Word, Web, and Design

Data Analysis Courses

   •  DAT 200 - Data Analytics I
 

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