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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.

 

Japanese Courses

   •  JA 250 - Discovering Contemporary Japan: A Three-Week Cultural Immersion Experience
   •  JA 311 - Third Year Japanese 1
   •  JA 312 - Third Year Japanese 2
   •  JA 370-378 - Special Topics in Japanese
   •  JA 411 - Fourth Year Japanese 1
   •  JA 412 - Fourth Year Japanese 2
   •  JA 470-474 - Internship in Japanese
   •  JA 480-489 - Independent Study in Japanese
   •  JA 496 - Japanese Senior Research Project I
   •  JA 497 - Japanese Senior Research Project II

Spanish Courses

   •  SP 111 - PLO Elementary Spanish I
   •  SP 112 - PLO Elementary Spanish II
   •  SP 211 - PLO Intermediate Spanish I
   •  SP 212 - PLO Intermediate Spanish II
   •  SP 305 - Spanish Conversation
   •  SP 312 - Modern Spain
   •  SP 314 - Modern Hispanic America
   •  SP 315 - Spanish Grammar and Composition
   •  SP 319 - Spanish Linguistics
   •  SP 323 - Introduction to Literature
   •  SP 325 - Spanish Service Learning
   •  SP 370-378 - Special Topics in Spanish
   •  SP 470-474 - Internship in Spanish
   •  SP 480-489 - Independent Study in Spanish
   •  SP 496 - Spanish Senior Research Project I
   •  SP 497 - Spanish Senior Research Project II

American Sign Language Courses

   •  ASL 105 - PLO American Sign Language

Occupational Therapy Courses

   •  OT 111 - Basic Concepts in Occupation
   •  OT 112 - Occupation as Therapy
   •  OT 223 - Childhood Development and Occupations Active Learning Lab
   •  OT 224 - Development and Occupations of Adulthood
   •  OT 227 - Occupations and Models of Practice in Occupational Therapy
   •  OT 228 - Group Process Applied Learning Lab
   •  OT 318 - Kinesiology Applied Learning Lab
   •  OT 327 - Pathology I
   •  OT 331 - Fundamentals of the Occupational Therapy Process
   •  OT 332 - Enabling Occupations: Cognitive and Perceptual Dimensions
   •  OT 370-378 - Special Topics in Health and Occupation
   •  OT 427 - Pathology II
   •  OT 433 - Enabling Occupations: Musculoskeletal Dimensions
   •  OT 434 - Enabling Occupations: Psychosocial Dimensions
   •  OT 435 - Enabling Occupations: Neuromuscular Dimensions
   •  OT 440 - Health Care Systems
   •  OT 450 - Research I: Understanding Evidence in Practice
   •  OT 475 - Health Internship
   •  OT 480-489 - Independent Study in Occupational Therapy
   •  OT 492 - Undergraduate Scholarship Practicum I
   •  OT 494 - Undergraduate Scholarship Practicum II
   •  OT 501 - Research II: Designing Research for Practice, Part 1
   •  OT 502 - Research III: Changing Practice Through Research
   •  OT 510 - Administration, Management and Supervision
   •  OT 528 - Advanced Clinical Reasoning I
   •  OT 529 - Advanced Clinical Reasoning II
   •  OT 530 - Preparation for Practice
   •  OT 541 - Acute Care and Rehabilitation Elective
   •  OT 543 - Topics in Gerontology Elective
   •  OT 544 - Mental Health and Wellness Elective
   •  OT 545 - School System Practice Elective
   •  OT 547 - Topics in Pediatrics Elective
   •  OT 548 - Women and the Creative Process Elective
   •  OT 549 - OT Practice and Research in International Contexts Elective
   •  OT 551 - Research II: Designing Research for Practice, Part 2
   •  OT 555 - Publication and Grant Writing Seminar
   •  OT 580 - Master's Level Independent Study
   •  OT 590 - Graduate Project Practicum
   •  OT 591 - Level II Fieldwork: Psychosocial Rehabilitation
   •  OT 592 - Level II Fieldwork: Physical Rehabilitation
   •  OT 593 - Fieldwork II
   •  OT 594 - Graduate Internship
   •  OT 595 - Level II Fieldwork: Specialty

Philosophy Courses

   •  PH 105 - WCH Introduction to Philosophy
   •  PH 110 - PLE Logic and Critical Thinking
   •  PH 115 - HUM Ethics
   •  PH 200 - History and Philosophy of Science
   •  PH 201 - WCH History of Western Philosophy I
   •  PH 202 - WCH History of Western Philosophy II
   •  PH 213 - Philosophy of Science
   •  PH 234 - HUM Justice Through the Ages
   •  PH 235 - HUM Bioethics
   •  PH 239 - WCH Philosophy and History of Physics
   •  PH 255A - Advanced Ethics: Business (BA 255A)
   •  PH 255B - Advanced Ethics: Medicine
   •  PH 255C - Advanced Ethics: Legal
   •  PH 255D - Advanced Ethics: Environmental
   •  PH 275 - HUM Science and Values
   •  PH 290 - Introduction to Cognitive Science
   •  PH 305 - Philosophy of Law (PS 305)
   •  PH 320 - Philosophy of Religion
   •  PH 355 - Public Policy Ethics
   •  PH 370-378 - Special Topics in Philosophy
   •  PH 462 - Film Studies Capstone Course
   •  PH 480-489 - Independent Study in Philosophy
   •  PH 490 - Senior Thesis in Philosophy

Political Science Courses

   •  PS 111 - SSC American National Government
   •  PS 150 - NCH Introduction to Comparative Politics
   •  PS 205 - WCH Western Political Heritage
   •  PS 211 - SSC Political Psychology (PSY 211)
   •  PS 215 - SSC Political Communication
   •  PS 225 - HUM American Democracy in Film and Fiction
   •  PS 230 - Research Methods
 

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