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    Providence College
   
 
  Sep 22, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


Core Curriculum Requirements
The Core Foundation/Proficiency attribute search terms are:

  • Civic Engagement, Diversity, Ethics, Fine Arts, Natural Science, Oral Communication, Philosophy, Physics-Based Natural Science, Quantitative, Social Science, Theology, Writing I, Writing II

To search in the Catalog for courses that meet specific Core Foundation/Proficiency attributes, there are three options:

  1. Use the Course Filter on the Course Descriptions page. Enter your desired search term in the “Keyword or Phrase” box and check the box beneath for “Find whole word or phrase only.”
  2. Enter the desired search term, in quotes, in the Publication Search box.
  3. Use the Advanced Search feature of the Publication Search. Click on the Advanced Search button and type in the desired search term in the “Enter a keyword or phrase” field, check the box beneath for “Find whole word or phrase only.”, and leave only the Courses checkbox checked. This will ensure that only courses containing the desired search term show.

In addition, users may visit the Core Curriculum site for a listing of courses that have been approved for specific Core Curriculum requirements and/or search the Semester Course Offerings in CyberFriar.

Need assistance? Please contact Alyssa Marton at aneubeck@providence.edu or 401.865.1765.

 

Education: Elementary/Special

NOTE: For a list of additional education courses, please refer to the Secondary Education section.

   •  EDU 125 - Introduction to Communication Development and Disorders in Children
   •  EDU 220 - American Sign Language II
   •  EDU 221 - Introduction to Characteristics of Individuals with Special Needs
   •  EDU 231 - Literacy I: Methods and Materials for Teaching Reading
   •  EDU 231L - Literacy I: Methods and Materials for Teaching Reading Field Experience
   •  EDU 270 - Teaching Science & Mathematics in the Elementary School
   •  EDU 270L - Teaching Science & Mathematics Field Experience
   •  EDU 285 - Strategies for Classroom Management
   •  EDU 322 - Collaboration: Home/School/Community
   •  EDU 331 - Literacy II: Teaching Language Arts & Social Studies in the Elementary School
   •  EDU 331L - Literacy II: Teaching Language Arts & Social Studies Field Experience
   •  EDU 390 - Assessment of Children's Individual Differences
   •  EDU 418 - Teaching Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities (Grades 1-6)
   •  EDU 418L - Teaching Students with Mild/Moderate Disabilities Field Experience
   •  EDU 432 - Autism Spectrum Disorders: Theory and Practice
   •  EDU 451 - Student Teaching in the Elementary School
   •  EDU 452 - Student Teaching in Elementary/ Special Education
   •  EDU 462 - Teaching Mathematics to K-12 At-Risk Students
   •  EDU 470 - Selected Topics in Education
   •  EDU 490 - Independent Field Experience in Education

Education: Secondary

NOTE: For a list of additional education courses, please refer to the Elementary/Special Education section.

   •  EDU 201 - Educational Psychology
   •  EDU 206 - Principles of Secondary Education
   •  EDU 206L - Principles of Secondary Education Field Experience
   •  EDU 210 - American Sign Language I
   •  EDU 211 - Urban Education
   •  EDU 301 - Foundations of Education
   •  EDU 303 - The Child with Special Needs in the Regular Classroom
   •  EDU 303L - The Child with Special Needs in the Regular Classroom Field Experience
   •  EDU 401 - Educational Measurement
   •  EDU 401L - Educational Measurement Field Experience
   •  EDU 411 - Teaching English in Secondary Schools
   •  EDU 411L - Teaching English in Secondary Schools Field Experience
   •  EDU 412 - Teaching Science in Secondary Schools
   •  EDU 412L - Teaching Science in Secondary Schools Field Experience
   •  EDU 414 - Teaching History & Social Studies in Secondary Schools
   •  EDU 414L - Teaching History & Social Studies in Secondary Schools Field Experience
   •  EDU 415 - Teaching Modern Languages in Secondary Schools
   •  EDU 415L - Teaching Modern Languages in Secondary Schools Field Experience
   •  EDU 416 - Teaching Mathematics in Secondary Schools
   •  EDU 416L - Teaching Mathematics in Secondary Schools Field Experience
   •  EDU 449 - Classroom Management for High/Middle School Teachers
   •  EDU 450 - Student Teaching in the Secondary School
   •  EDU 471 - Selected Topics in Education

Engineering-Physics-Systems

   •  EPS 101 - General Physics I
   •  EPS 102 - General Physics II
   •  EPS 105 - Conceptual Physics
   •  EPS 117 - Astronomy
   •  EPS 131 - Introduction to Engineering
   •  EPS 201 - Introductory Modern Physics
   •  EPS 202 - Electronic Devices
   •  EPS 221 - Scientific Programming
   •  EPS 222 - Elements of Systems Modeling
   •  EPS 295 - Research
   •  EPS 296 - Research
   •  EPS 301 - Mechanics
   •  EPS 302 - Electromagnetism
   •  EPS 303 - Systems Approach to Complex Problem Solving
   •  EPS 395 - Research
   •  EPS 396 - Research
   •  EPS 401 - Classical Dynamics
   •  EPS 430 - Thermodynamics
   •  EPS 448 - Applied Quantum Physics
   •  EPS 450 - Internship
   •  EPS 490 - Independent Study
   •  EPS 495 - Research
   •  EPS 496 - Research

English

   •  ENG 101 - Writing Seminar
   •  ENG 161 - Introduction to Journalism
   •  ENG 175 - Introduction to Literature
   •  ENG 201 - Readings in Literature
   •  ENG 204 - Literary Journalism
   •  ENG 231 - Survey of British Literature I
   •  ENG 232 - Survey of British Literature II
   •  ENG 285 - Introduction to Creative Writing
   •  ENG 287 - Composition Studies
   •  ENG 301 - Intermediate Writing
   •  ENG 304 - History of the English Language
   •  ENG 305 - Medieval Literature
   •  ENG 307 - Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
   •  ENG 310 - Milton
   •  ENG 311 - Shakespeare: Histories and Comedies
   •  ENG 312 - Shakespeare: Tragedies and Romances
   •  ENG 313 - Renaissance Drama
   •  ENG 314 - Spenser
   •  ENG 316 - Chaucer's Love Poetry
   •  ENG 317 - Seventeenth-Century Literature
   •  ENG 321 - Age of Satire
   •  ENG 322 - Age of Johnson
   •  ENG 349 - Nature and the Arts
   •  ENG 351 - Romantic Age
   •  ENG 353 - The Victorian Age
   •  ENG 354 - Nineteenth-Century British Novel
   •  ENG 355 - American Literature to 1865
   •  ENG 356 - American Literature 1865 - 1914
   •  ENG 357 - Modern Drama
   •  ENG 358 - Communications Internship
   •  ENG 359 - Communications Internship
   •  ENG 360 - Modern Irish Literature
   •  ENG 363 - Twentieth-Century British Novel
   •  ENG 364 - Modern American Fiction
 

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