Feb 15, 2019  
Course Catalog 2018-2019 
    
Course Catalog 2018-2019

College and Conservatory Courses (2018-19 and planned future offerings)


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   •  RELG 241 - Literature and Ethics: British Novels
   •  RELG 243 - Catholic Social Teaching and Ethics
   •  RELG 245 - Religion and Ethics
   •  RELG 248 - Religion, Ethics, Environment
   •  RELG 249 - Issues in Medical Ethics
   •  RELG 250 - Introduction to Judaism
   •  RELG 252 - Jewish Mysticism
   •  RELG 261 - Gender Theory and the Study of Religion
   •  RELG 263 - Roots of Religious Feminism in North America
   •  RELG 264 - Abortion and Religion
   •  RELG 272 - Introduction to the Qur’an
   •  RELG 274 - Friendship: Perspectives from Religion, Politics, Economics, and Art
   •  RELG 323 - Globalization and East Asian Religions
   •  RELG 342 - Religion and Disenchantment in 20th-century Literature
   •  RELG 347 - Seminar: Virtue, Religion, and the Good Life
   •  RELG 368 - Mothering and Religion
   •  RELG 401 - Capstone Research Methods
   •  RELG 402 - Capstone Colloquium
   •  RELG 405 - Capstone Seminar in Religious Studies
   •  RELG 995F - Private Reading - Full
   •  RELG 995H - Private Reading - Half
   •  RHET 099 - Approaches to College Writing for International Students
   •  RHET 100 - Academic Writing for the American Classroom
   •  RHET 102 - Writing for College & Beyond
   •  RHET 103 - College Writing: Motives and Methods
   •  RHET 110 - Speaking and Writing
   •  RHET 120 - Journalism Basics
   •  RHET 205 - Rhetorics of Gender Non-Conformity
   •  RHET 207 - Literary Journalism
   •  RHET 208 - American Political Rhetorics
   •  RHET 210 - Rhetoric and Social Protest
   •  RHET 219 - Communication, Culture, and New Media
   •  RHET 305 - Organization Grant Proposals
   •  RHET 319 - Media Ethnography
   •  RHET 401 - Teaching and Tutoring Writing Across the Disciplines
   •  RHET 409 - Foundations of Modernity
   •  RHET 995F - Private Reading - Full
   •  RHET 995H - Private Reading - Half
   •  RTCP 107 - Practicum in Journalism
   •  RTCP 308 - Fellowship Writing
   •  RUSS 101 - Elementary Russian
   •  RUSS 102 - Elementary Russian
   •  RUSS 118 - The Cult(ure) of Putin
   •  RUSS 203 - Intermediate Russian
   •  RUSS 204 - Intermediate Russian
   •  RUSS 215 - The Meaning of Life: Dispatches from Nineteenth-Century Russia
   •  RUSS 221 - Love in a Cold Climate: Literature and Desire in Nineteenth-Century Russia
   •  RUSS 222 - Russian Foodways
   •  RUSS 241 - Chekhov on Stage
   •  RUSS 305 - Advanced Russian: Cross-cultural Communication I
   •  RUSS 306 - Advanced Russian: Cross-cultural Communication II
   •  RUSS 325 - Literature and Revolution
   •  RUSS 332 - Northern Naturalism: Chekhov, Ibsen, Strindberg
   •  RUSS 411 - Narrative Forms: 20-21st Century
   •  RUSS 446 - Senior Seminar:
   •  RUSS 505F - Russian Honors - Full
   •  RUSS 505H - Russian Honors - Half
   •  RUSS 995F - Private Reading - Full
   •  RUSS 995H - Private Reading - Half
   •  SOCI 050 - Cleveland Immersion Program
   •  SOCI 110 - Introduction to Sociology: Social Structure, Inequality, and Behavior
   •  SOCI 112 - Introduction to Sociology: You’re Not the Boss of You
   •  SOCI 125 - Introduction to Sociology: An Analysis of Society
   •  SOCI 130 - Introduction to Sociology: Social Problems
   •  SOCI 145 - Introduction to Sociology: Social Inquiry between Past and Present
   •  SOCI 215 - Race, Immigration, and the Asian American Experience
   •  SOCI 222 - Social Psychology: A Sociological Approach
   •  SOCI 241 - American Urbanism
   •  SOCI 250 - Sociology of Popular Culture
   •  SOCI 255 - Bureaucrats, Classes and Democracy: Political Sociology in Three Acts
   •  SOCI 261 - Modern Iran: Seeing through the City
   •  SOCI 275 - Enacting the Law
   •  SOCI 277 - Race and Ethnic Relations
   •  SOCI 281 - Can Corporations Do Good? On the Perils and Promises of Ideals in For- and Non-Profit Organizations
   •  SOCI 284 - Environmental Sociology
   •  SOCI 301 - Social Research Methods
   •  SOCI 302 - Social Research Methods Lab
   •  SOCI 303 - Classical and Contemporary Sociological Theory
   •  SOCI 322 - Cities, Culture, and Society
   •  SOCI 351 - Protest, Resist, Change!: Collective Behavior and Social Movements
   •  SOCI 361 - Law and Culture in Global Perspective
   •  SOCI 378 - Sociology of African-American Community
   •  SOCI 386 - Nightlife: Place, Identity and Feeling Alive
   •  SOCI 391H - Practicum - Half
   •  SOCI 403 - Seminar in Social Psychology: African-American Personality
   •  SOCI 420 - Social Inequalities: Class, Race, and Gender
   •  SOCI 438 - Seminar: Coal, Communities and Culture
   •  SOCI 451 - Imperial Control and its Transformations: the New Sociology of Empire and Colonialism
   •  SOCI 491F - Senior Honors - Full
   •  SOCI 491H - Senior Honors - Half
   •  SOCI 995H - Private Reading - Half
   •  STAT 113 - Introduction to Statistics
   •  STAT 114 - Introduction to Biostatistics
   •  STAT 205 - Statistics and Modeling
   •  STAT 209 - Data Computing and Visualization
   •  STAT 237 - Bayesian Computation
   •  STAT 336 - Mathematical Statistics
   •  TECH 101 - Introduction to Electroacoustic Music
   •  TECH 102 - Introduction to Sound Art
   •  TECH 170 - Electroacoustic Interpretation and Performance Practice
 

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