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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.

 

History Courses

   •  HI 303 - Jeffersonian America
   •  HI 304 - Sectionalism and Civil War
   •  HI 306 - Recent History of the U.S.
   •  HI 308 - History in Literature
   •  HI 309 - American Intellectual History
   •  HI 311 - The Ancient World
   •  HI 312 - Rise of Europe, 400 - 1400
   •  HI 315 - The Early Modern World: Religion, Renaissance and Encounter
   •  HI 316 - The Enlightenment and French Revolution (1600-1800)
   •  HI 318 - Greater China
   •  HI 320 - Middle East in Modern Times
   •  HI 321 - North Africa in Modern Times
   •  HI 323 - France Since 1815
   •  HI 324 - Empire and Nation in Eastern Europe
   •  HI 325 - The Beatles: A Cultural History
   •  HI 330 - F. Scott Fitzgerald
   •  HI 340 - Studies in European History
   •  HI 360 - Italian Renaissance (ART 360)
   •  HI 370-378 - Special Topics in History
   •  HI 400 - Senior Honors Project
   •  HI 450 - Topics in Historiography
   •  HI 470-474 - Internship in Historical Studies
   •  HI 480-489 - Independent Study in History
   •  HI 490 - Independent Research in History

Mathematics Courses

   •  MA 105 - Mathematics for Liberal Studies
   •  MA 117 - Concepts of Calculus
   •  MA 121 - MA Calculus I
   •  MA 122 - Calculus II
   •  MA 130 - Creative Problem Solving I
   •  MA 201 - Linear Algebra
   •  MA 205 - Mathematics for the Elementary Teacher
   •  MA 222 - Calculus III
   •  MA 235 - Introduction to Mathematical Proofs
   •  MA 251 - MA Probability and Statistics
   •  MA 252 - Statistical Methods in Research
   •  MA 255 - Financial Mathematics
   •  MA 256 - Problem Solving in Financial Mathematics
   •  MA 260 - Introductory Mathematica and Cryptology
   •  MA 262 - Financial Mathematics with Excel
   •  MA 301 - Abstract Algebra
   •  MA 321 - Differential Equations
   •  MA 331 - Operations Research I
   •  MA 332 - Operations Research II
   •  MA 341 - Modern Geometry
   •  MA 351 - Theory of Probability
   •  MA 352 - Mathematical Statistics
   •  MA 355 - Problem Solving in Actuarial Science
   •  MA 370-378 - Special Topics in Mathematics
   •  MA 400 - Senior Project
   •  MA 421 - Real Analysis
   •  MA 425 - Complex Variables
   •  MA 430 - Creative Problem Solving II
   •  MA 441 - Topology
   •  MA 457 - Actuarial Models - Financial Economics
   •  MA 458 - Actuarial Models - Life Contingencies
   •  MA 460 - Numerical Methods and Matlab
   •  MA 463 - Advanced Financial Mathematics with Excel
   •  MA 464 - Geogebra
   •  MA 470-474 - Internship in Mathematics
   •  MA 480-489 - Independent Study in Mathematics
   •  MA 490 - Research in Mathematics

Honors Mathematics Courses

   •  HMA 270 - HNR History of Mathematics
   •  HMA 275 - HNR CE Mathematics in Music

Chinese Courses

   •  CHN 111 - PLO Elementary Chinese I
   •  CHN 112 - PLO Elementary Chinese II
   •  CHN 133 - NCH Introduction to Chinese Culture and Society
   •  CHN 211 - PLO Intermediate Chinese I
   •  CHN 212 - PLO Intermediate Chinese II

English as a Second Language Courses

   •  ESL 111 - English as a Second Language and American Culture
   •  ESL 112 - English as a Second Language II

French Courses

   •  FR 111 - PLO Elementary French I
   •  FR 112 - PLO Elementary French II
   •  FR 211 - PLO Intermediate French I
   •  FR 212 - PLO Intermediate French II
   •  FR 303 - Reading Authentic Texts
   •  FR 305 - Advanced French Conversation
   •  FR 311 - Making of Modern French Society
   •  FR 323 - Introduction to Literature
   •  FR 370-378 - Special Topics in French
   •  FR 470-474 - Internship in French
   •  FR 480-489 - Independent Study in French
   •  FR 496 - French Senior Research Project I
   •  FR 497 - French Senior Research Project II

German Courses

   •  GER 111 - PLO Elementary German I
   •  GER 112 - PLO Elementary German II
   •  GER 211 - PLO Intermediate German I
   •  GER 212 - PLO Intermediate German II
   •  GER 311 - Making of Modern German Society
   •  GER 323 - Introduction to German Literature
   •  GER 370-378 - Special Topics in German
   •  GER 470-474 - Internship in German
   •  GER 480-489 - Independent Study in German
   •  GER 496 - German Senior Research Project I
   •  GER 497 - German Senior Research Project II

Japanese Courses

   •  JA 111 - PLO First Year Japanese 1
   •  JA 112 - PLO First Year Japanese 2
   •  JA 211 - PLO Second Year Japanese 1
   •  JA 212 - PLO Second Year Japanese 2
   •  JA 240 - NCH History of Japanese Art and Aesthetics (ART 240)
   •  JA 245 - NCH From Anime to Zen: Japanese Society, Business, and Culture
 

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