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    Providence College
   
 
  Oct 21, 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.

 

Foreign Language Studies-Spanish

Courses are conducted in the target language unless specified otherwise.

   •  SPN 210 - Conversational Spanish
   •  SPN 212 - Hispanic Civilizations
   •  SPN 310 - Spanish Phonetics
   •  SPN 321 - Survey of Spanish Literature
   •  SPN 322 - Survey of Spanish-American Literature
   •  SPN 325 - Smells Like Teen Spirit: The Hispanic Novel of Formation
   •  SPN 326 - The Dramatic and Poetic World of Federico García Lorca
   •  SPN 370 - Special Topics in Hispanic Studies
   •  SPN 401 - Spanish Literature of the Golden Age: The Renaissance
   •  SPN 402 - Spanish Literature of the Golden Age: 17th-Century Spain on the Stage
   •  SPN 406 - Contemporary Spanish Prose
   •  SPN 407 - 20th-Century Spanish Drama
   •  SPN 408 - Contemporary Spanish-American Novel
   •  SPN 417 - Spanish-American Literature
   •  SPN 418 - Spanish-American Novel
   •  SPN 450 - Internship in Hispanic Studies
   •  SPN 490 - Independent Study

Geography

   •  GEO 175 - Introduction to Geography

Global Studies

   •  GST 101 - Introduction to Global Studies
   •  GST 201 - Case Studies in Globalization: Globalization and Cultural Identity
   •  GST 202 - Globalization and Social Change
   •  GST 290 - Global Engagement
   •  GST 303 - Case Studies in Globalization
   •  GST 318 - Globalization and Social Justice
   •  GST 325 - The Global Economy
   •  GST 337 - Philosophy and Globalization
   •  GST 352 - Global Feminisms in an Age of Empire and Beyond
   •  GST 354 - Immigration
   •  GST 355 - Comparative Race and Inequality
   •  GST 360 - Justice Across Borders
   •  GST 370 - Special Topics in Globalization
   •  GST 371 - Topics in Global Service Learning
   •  GST 395 - Research in Global Studies
   •  GST 401 - Political Economy of Race
   •  GST 410 - Crossing Borders
   •  GST 450 - Global Studies Internship
   •  GST 480 - Global Studies Capstone Seminar I
   •  GST 481 - Global Studies Capstone Seminar II
   •  GST 490 - Global Studies Independent Study

Health Policy and Management

   •  HPM 101 - The American Health Care System
   •  HPM 202 - Principles of Health Care Management
   •  HPM 240 - The Epidemiology of Health and Disease
   •  HPM 250 - Computer Information Systems in Health Policy and Management
   •  HPM 300 - Financial Management of Health Care Institutions
   •  HPM 303 - Management of Human Resources in the Health Care Setting
   •  HPM 310 - Health Law
   •  HPM 315 - Issues in Global Health
   •  HPM 319 - Sociology of Health and Illness
   •  HPM 320 - Perspectives on Not-for-Profit Organizations
   •  HPM 322 - Public Health Administration and Practice
   •  HPM 323 - Administration of the Extended Care Facility
   •  HPM 331 - Aging and Health
   •  HPM 408 - Policy Analysis in the Health Sector
   •  HPM 420 - Strategic Management in Health Care
   •  HPM 430 - Intensive Writing Seminar
   •  HPM 445 - Diet, Nutrition, and Obesity in the United States
   •  HPM 450 - Field Experience
   •  HPM 470 - Special Topics in Health Policy and Management
   •  HPM 480 - Senior Seminar in Health Policy and Management
   •  HPM 490-491 - Independent Study in Health Policy and Management

History

   •  HIS 100 - Thinking and Writing about History
   •  HIS 103 - U.S. History to 1877
   •  HIS 104 - U.S. History Since 1877
   •  HIS 202 - American Military History
   •  HIS 205 - Introduction to Public History
   •  HIS 207 - African-American History 1619 to Present
   •  HIS 214 - North American Religious History
   •  HIS 215 - The Diversity of Latin American Religious History
   •  HIS 218 - Multicultural United States: Racism, Ethnicity, and Immigration History in the Contemporary U.S.
   •  HIS 220 - Living in an Imperial World: Cities and Empires, 1500 to the Present
   •  HIS 226 - Women and the Modern American Experience
   •  HIS 230 - Early Latin American History
   •  HIS 231 - Modern Latin American History
   •  HIS 240 - Native American History to 1815
   •  HIS 241 - Native American History since 1815
   •  HIS 255 - Colonial North America: From Contact to Constitution (to 1789)
   •  HIS 256 - Creating a Nation from Founding to Civil War (1789-1877)
   •  HIS 257 - Redefining the United States at Home and Abroad (1877-1939)
   •  HIS 258 - The American Century (1939-Present)
   •  HIS 260 - Renaissance Florence: City and Culture: 1300-1550
   •  HIS 280 - Ethnicity in the Ancient World
   •  HIS 298 - East Asian History I
   •  HIS 299 - East Asian History II
   •  HIS 304 - Modern Britain
   •  HIS 305 - Europe from 1555 – 1648
   •  HIS 308 - Europe from 1815-1914
   •  HIS 311 - Era of the French Revolution
   •  HIS 313 - Eastern Europe Since World War I
   •  HIS 316 - The Civil War and Reconstruction
   •  HIS 317 - America in the Gilded Age, 1877-1897
   •  HIS 319 - Victorian Worlds: British Society, 1837-1901
   •  HIS 324 - The Reformation
   •  HIS 325 - The American Revolution
   •  HIS 331 - Medieval Europe I
   •  HIS 332 - Medieval Europe II
   •  HIS 337 - The Ancient Greek World
   •  HIS 338 - The Roman Republic and Empire
   •  HIS 339 - Ancient Egypt
   •  HIS 342 - History of the Middle East to 1920
   •  HIS 344 - History of Africa Since 1850
 

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