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    College of Charleston
   
 
  Dec 18, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog (As of 10-03-17)

Course Descriptions


 

Computer Science

CSCI 200-Level or Above

All computer science majors must attain an overall GPA of at least 2.000 in all computer science courses taken at the 200 level or above.

   •  CSCI 481 Computer Vision (3)
   •  CSCI 490 Special Topics (3)
   •  CSCI 499 Bachelor's Essay (6)

Computing in the Arts

   •  CITA 120 Animation and Virtual Worlds (3)
   •  CITA 140 Graphic Design and Digital Media (3)
   •  CITA 180 Computers, Music, and Art (3)
   •  CITA 280 Game Programming (3)
   •  CITA 395 CITA Seminar (3)
   •  CITA 495 Capstone Practicum (3)

Crime, Law, and Society

   •  CRLS 200 Crime, Law and Society Field Experience (1-3)
   •  CRLS 300 Special Topics in Crime, Law, and Society (3)
   •  CRLS 310 Policing in a Modern Society (3)
   •  CRLS 311 Community Policing: Issues and Strategies (3)
   •  CRLS 400 Internship (1-6)
   •  CRLS 401 Crime, Law and Society Advanced Field Experience (1-6)

Dance

   •  DANC 135 Elementary Jazz Dance for Non-Majors (2)
   •  DANC 137 Elementary Modern Dance for Non-Majors (2)
   •  DANC 138 Intermediate Modern Dance for Non-Majors (2)
   •  DANC 145 Elementary Tap (2)
   •  DANC 146 Intermediate Tap (2)
   •  DANC 150 Dance Appreciation (3)
   •  DANC 185 Beginning Ballet for Non-Majors (2)
   •  DANC 186 Intermediate Ballet for Non-Majors (2)
   •  DANC 230 The Creative Process (3)
   •  DANC 235 Jazz Dance Technique (2)
   •  DANC 237 Modern Dance Technique I (2)
   •  DANC 285 Classical Ballet Technique I (2)
   •  DANC 289 Special Topics in Dance (2)
   •  DANC 290 Special Topics in Dance (1-3)
   •  DANC 330 History of Non-Western Dance (3)
   •  DANC 331 History of Western Dance (3)
   •  DANC 332 Dance Improvisation and Choreography (3)
   •  DANC 333 Dance Choreography II (3)
   •  DANC 337 Modern Dance Technique II (2)
   •  DANC 351 Dance Pedagogy and Practice (3)
   •  DANC 380 Dance Concert Production (3)
   •  DANC 385 Classical Ballet Technique II (2)
   •  DANC 399 Tutorial in Dance (1-3)
   •  DANC 421 Applied Kinesiology for Dance (3)
   •  DANC 422 Body Conditioning and Somatics (2)
   •  DANC 437 Modern Dance Technique III (2)
   •  DANC 441 Dance Capstone (3)
   •  DANC 442 Career Seminar in Dance (3)
   •  DANC 450 Internship in Dance (3)
   •  DANC 485 Classical Ballet Technique III (2)
   •  DANC 489 Advanced Special Topics in Dance (1-3)
   •  DANC 499 Bachelor's Essay (6)

Data Science

   •  DATA 101 Introduction to Data Science (3)
   •  DATA 210 Dataset Organization and Management (3)
   •  DATA 397 Research Experience in Data Science (0)
   •  DATA 495 Data Science Capstone (3)

Decision Sciences

   •  DSCI 232 Business Statistics (3)
   •  DSCI 260 Special Topics in Decision Science (1-3)
   •  DSCI 304 Production and Operations Management (3)
   •  DSCI 306 Introduction to Electronic Commerce (3)
   •  DSCI 320 Management Information Systems (3)
   •  DSCI 323 Computer-Based Decision Modeling (3)
   •  DSCI 360 Special Topics in Decision Science (1-3)
   •  DSCI 399 Tutorial (3)
   •  DSCI 406 Quantitative Methods and Decision Making (3)
   •  DSCI 420 Independent Study (1-3)
   •  DSCI 444 Decision Sciences Internship (3)
   •  DSCI 499 Bachelor's Essay (6)

Economics

ECON 200  and ECON 201  are prerequisites for all 300- and 400-level economics courses. All 300- and 400-level economics courses assume that the student is computer-literate.

   •  ECON 101 Introduction to Economics (3)
   •  ECON 200 Principles of Microeconomics (3)
   •  ECON 201 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
   •  ECON 260 Special Topics in Economics (3)
   •  ECON 303 Economics of Transportation and Geography (3)
   •  ECON 304 Labor Economics (3)
   •  ECON 305 Money & Financial Institutions (3)
   •  ECON 306 Monetary Theory and Policy (3)
   •  ECON 307 Urban Economics (3)
   •  ECON 308 Evolution of Economic Doctrines (3)
   •  ECON 310 International Economics (3)
   •  ECON 311 Environmental Economics (3)
   •  ECON 316 Evolution of the U. S. Economy (3)
   •  ECON 317 Microeconomic Analysis (3)
   •  ECON 318 Macroeconomic Analysis (3)
   •  ECON 320 Managerial Economics (3)
   •  ECON 324 Game Theory (3)
   •  ECON 325 Economics for Development (3)
   •  ECON 330 Comparative Economic Systems (3)
   •  ECON 340 Public Finance (3)
   •  ECON 350 Financial Markets in US Economy (3)
   •  ECON 360 Special Topics in Economics (3)
   •  ECON 399 Tutorial (3)
   •  ECON 400 Senior Seminar in Economics (3)
   •  ECON 419 Introduction to Econometrics (3)
   •  ECON 420 Independent Study (1-3)
   •  ECON 444 Economics Internship (3)
   •  ECON 499 Bachelor's Essay (6)

Elementary and Early Childhood Education

   •  EDEE 323 The Development of Mathematical Thinking (3)
   •  EDEE 325 Foundations of Language and Literacies (3)
   •  EDEE 327 Learner Development and the Context of Learning (3)
   •  EDEE 331 Teaching Writing/Design with Children's Literature and Multimodal Texts, PK-3 (3)
   •  EDEE 333 Teaching Writing/Design with Children's Literature and Multimodal Texts, 2-6 (3)
   •  EDEE 363 Introduction to Early Childhood Education (3)
   •  EDEE 365 Teaching Mathematics: Pre K - Grade 3 (3)
   •  EDEE 366 Teaching Mathematics: Grades 2-8 (3)
   •  EDEE 367 Teaching Science: Pre K - Grade 3 (3)
 

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