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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.

 

Accountancy

   •  ACC 110 - Computer Applications in Business I
   •  ACC 111 - Computer Applications in Business II
   •  ACC 113 - Data Applications in Business
   •  ACC 200 - Introduction to the Profession
   •  ACC 203 - Financial Accounting
   •  ACC 204 - Managerial Accounting
   •  ACC 301 - Cost Accounting
   •  ACC 310 - Intermediate Accounting I
   •  ACC 311 - Intermediate Accounting II
   •  ACC 350 - Accounting Information Systems
   •  ACC 405 - Advanced Accounting
   •  ACC 406 - Taxes and Business Decisions
   •  ACC 412 - Auditing
   •  ACC 450 - Accountancy Internship
   •  ACC 470 - Special Topics in Accounting
   •  ACC 485 - Accounting Policy
   •  ACC 490 - Independent Study in Accounting

American Studies

   •  AMS 101 - Introduction to American Studies
   •  AMS 103 - U.S. History to 1877
   •  AMS 104 - U.S. History Since 1877
   •  AMS 107 - African American Art: A Look at Hip Hop
   •  AMS 120 - History of Film: The Silent Period and the Transition to Sound
   •  AMS 121 - History of Film: The Classic Era 1940-1960 and Beyond 1960-1990
   •  AMS 206 - American Musical Theatre
   •  AMS 207 - American Art
   •  AMS 218 - Multicultural America: Racism, Ethnicity, and Immigration History in the Contemporary United States
   •  AMS 220 - The Catholic Imagination of Four American Filmmakers
   •  AMS 227 - History of Jazz
   •  AMS 255 - Colonial North America: From Contact to Constitution (to 1789)
   •  AMS 256 - Creating a Nation from Founding to Civil War (1789-1877)
   •  AMS 257 - Redefining the United States at Home and Abroad (1877-1939)
   •  AMS 258 - The American Century 1939-Present
   •  AMS 260 - Women in Dance and Sport
   •  AMS 304 - American and European Art Since 1945
   •  AMS 310 - American Foreign Policy
   •  AMS 313 - The Power of Whiteness
   •  AMS 315 - The Civil War and Reconstruction
   •  AMS 318 - Globalization and Social Justice
   •  AMS 322 - American Diplomatic History II
   •  AMS 325 - African-American Women
   •  AMS 326 - The American Revolution
   •  AMS 331 - American Philosophy
   •  AMS 345 - The Consumer Society
   •  AMS 355 - American Literature to 1865
   •  AMS 356 - American Literature 1865-1914
   •  AMS 364 - Modern American Fiction
   •  AMS 365 - Twentieth-Century African-American Literature
   •  AMS 376 - Toni Morrison
   •  AMS 427 - Classical America
   •  AMS 470 - Seminar: Special Topics in American Studies

Anthropology

Some of the following courses are not offered every year. Students should consult their pre-registration course listings regarding the availability of particular courses for any given semester.

   •  APG 101 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
   •  APG 301 - Art in Everyday Life
   •  APG 303 - Sacred Journeys
   •  APG 304 - The Built Environment and Spatial Form
   •  APG 321 - Latin America: Mexico and Central America
   •  APG 322 - Latin America: South America
   •  APG 328 - Native Peoples of the United States and Canada
   •  APG 338 - Religion and Magic
   •  APG 339 - Faith and Healing
   •  APG 345 - Cities and Urban Life
   •  APG 360 - Prehistoric Archaeology
   •  APG 401 - Theory in Anthropology
   •  APG 470 - Special Topics in Anthropology
   •  APG 490 - Independent Study

Art

   •  ART 101 - Visual Design I: 2D
   •  ART 102 - Visual Design II: 3D
   •  ART 108 - Introduction to Desktop Publishing
   •  ART 111 - Drawing I
   •  ART 112 - Drawing II
   •  ART 121 - Sculpture I
   •  ART 122 - Sculpture II
   •  ART 131 - Painting I
   •  ART 132 - Painting II
   •  ART 141 - Monotype
   •  ART 151 - Ceramics I
   •  ART 152 - Ceramics II: Wheelworking
   •  ART 171 - Photography I
   •  ART 213 - Drawing III
   •  ART 223 - Sculpture III: Life Sculpture
   •  ART 233 - Painting III
   •  ART 242 - Digital Imaging: Etching
   •  ART 243 - Digital Imaging: Screenprinting
   •  ART 246 - Digital Imaging: Type/Design/Art
   •  ART 253 - Ceramics III: Advanced Wheelwork
   •  ART 270 - Special Topics in Studio Art
   •  ART 272 - Photography II
   •  ART 273 - Photography III: Color Photography
   •  ART 301 - Development of North American Architecture
   •  ART 314 - Drawing IV
   •  ART 315 - Drawing V
   •  ART 334 - Painting IV
   •  ART 335 - Painting V
   •  ART 345 - Printmaking V: Advanced Screenprinting
   •  ART 354 - Ceramics IV: Sculpture
   •  ART 355 - Ceramics V: Production
   •  ART 370 - Special Topics in Studio Art
   •  ART 374 - Photography IV
   •  ART 375 - Photography V: The View Camera
   •  ART 416 - Drawing VI
   •  ART 470 - Special Topics in Studio Art
 

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