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    Elizabethtown College
   
 
  Oct 19, 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.

 

Engineering Courses

   •  EGR 230 - Microcomputer Architecture (CS 230)
   •  EGR 248 - Quantitative Methods/Operations Management (BA 248)
   •  EGR 251 - Introduction to Environmental Engineering
   •  EGR 255 - Sustainable Resource Engineering and Design
   •  EGR 256 - Environmental Site Engineering and Design
   •  EGR 260 - Statics
   •  EGR 264 - Strength of Materials
   •  EGR 280 - Engineering Research/Project
   •  EGR 291 - Sophomore Project
   •  EGR 310 - Signals and Systems
   •  EGR 311 - Electronics
   •  EGR 312 - Electromagnetism (PHY 312)
   •  EGR 315 - Communication Theory
   •  EGR 317 - Physics of Semiconductor Devices
   •  EGR 318 - Fiber Optics Communication Systems
   •  EGR 332 - Computer Organization and Architecture (CS 332)
   •  EGR 333 - Digital Circuits and Computer Interfacing (CS 333)
   •  EGR 341 - Industrial and Systems Engineering Methods
   •  EGR 345 - Fundamentals of Process Improvement
   •  EGR 347 - Analytics for Supply Chain Operations (BA 347)
   •  EGR 348 - Introduction to Manufacturing Processes
   •  EGR 351 - Water and Wastewater Engineering
   •  EGR 353 - Green Architectural Engineering
   •  EGR 360 - Dynamics
   •  EGR 361 - Applied Quantum Mechanics/Advanced Topics in Applied Physics (PHY 361)
   •  EGR 368 - Fluid Mechanics and Hydrology
   •  EGR 370-378 - Special Topics in Engineering
   •  EGR 391 - Engineering Design and Junior Project
   •  EGR 395 - Fall Seminar
   •  EGR 396 - Spring Seminar
   •  EGR 400 - Engineering Portfolio
   •  EGR 410 - Control Systems
   •  EGR 422 - Operating Systems (CS 422)
   •  EGR 433 - Advanced Computer Engineering (CS 433)
   •  EGR 434 - Green Robotics, Automation, and Machine Intelligence (CS 434)
   •  EGR 463 - Analytical Mechanics and Vibrations
   •  EGR 467 - Thermodynamics
   •  EGR 468 - Introductory Heat Transfer
   •  EGR 470-474 - Internship in Engineering
   •  EGR 475 - Engineering Co-Op
   •  EGR 480-489 - Independent Study in Engineering
   •  EGR 491 - Senior Project in Engineering I
   •  EGR 492 - Senior Project in Engineering II
   •  EGR 499A - Architectural Design Studio I (ART 499A)
   •  EGR 499B - Architectural Design Studio II (ART 499B)

Physics Courses

   •  PHY 101 - General Physics I
   •  PHY 102 - General Physics II
   •  PHY 105 - NPS How Things Work
   •  PHY 120 - Introductory Mathematics for Physics
   •  PHY 201 - College Physics I
   •  PHY 202 - College Physics II
   •  PHY 203 - College Physics III
   •  PHY 221 - Modern Physics
   •  PHY 312 - Electromagnetism (EGR 312)
   •  PHY 361 - Applied Quantum Mechanics/Advanced Topics in Applied Physics (EGR 361)
   •  PHY 370-378 - Special Topics in Physics
   •  PHY 423 - General Relativity
   •  PHY 480-489 - Independent Study in Physics
   •  PHY 491 - Physics Research I
   •  PHY 492 - Physics Research II

English Courses

   •  EN 100 - PLE Writing and Language
   •  EN 101 - CE Literature: Form and Performance
   •  EN 102 - WCH Western Literary Culture
   •  EN 103 - NCH Literary Culture of the East
   •  EN 104 - HUM Introduction to Literature
   •  EN 150 - PLE Advanced Writing and Language
   •  EN 180 - CE Introduction to Creative Writing
   •  EN 185 - Introduction to Professional Writing
   •  EN 200 - Major British Writers
   •  EN 201 - TESOL Second Language Acquisition & Cross-cultural Perspectives
   •  EN 220 - WCH British Literature: Medieval, Renaissance, or 18th Century (Pre-1800)
   •  EN 230 - WCH British Literature: Romantic, Victorian, or Modern (Post-1800)
   •  EN 240 - WCH American Literature: Revolution to Civil War, Realist, or Modern
   •  EN 245 - HUM Growing Up in America
   •  EN 251 - HUM Multicultural Literature
   •  EN 280 - Creative Writing - Poetry, Prose
   •  EN 281 - CE Writing and Analyzing the Short Story
   •  EN 282 - Technical Writing
   •  EN 283 - Legal Writing
   •  EN 285 - Business and Public Relations Writing
   •  EN 286 - Creative Non-Fiction
   •  EN 287 - Writing Children's Literature
   •  EN 301 - English Grammar and Linguistics
   •  EN 302 - The English Language
   •  EN 306 - Methods Seminar in Teaching Language and Composition
   •  EN 307 - TESOL Methods and Assessment
   •  EN 311 - Genre Studies
   •  EN 313 - Drama
   •  EN 315 - Poetry
   •  EN 317 - Narrative
   •  EN 319 - Themes
   •  EN 370-378 - Special Topics in English
   •  EN 381 - Advanced Fiction Writing
   •  EN 385 - Writing and Editing for Publication
   •  EN 420 - British Authors (Pre-1800)
   •  EN 430 - British Authors (Post-1800)
   •  EN 440 - American Authors
   •  EN 450 - World Authors
   •  EN 470-474 - Internship in English
   •  EN 475 - TESOL Internship and Seminar
 

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