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    University of Scranton
   
 
  Dec 12, 2017
 
 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2018

Course Descriptions


 
   •  EE 450 - Control Systems
   •  EE 451 - Communication Systems
   •  EE 454 - Robotics Design Project and Professional Practice
   •  EE 475 - Digital Image Processing
   •  EE 484 - Superconductivity Devices and Circuits
   •  EM 243L - Digital System Design Laboratory
   •  EM 343/EM 343L - Electronic Circuits I
   •  EM 344/EM 344L - Electronic Circuits II
   •  EM 351 - Principles of Management
   •  EM 449/449L - Computer Interfacing
   •  EM 455 - Business Policy & Strategy
   •  EM 462 - Project Management in Organizations
   •  ENGR 150 - (FYOC, FYDT) Foundations of Physics and Engineering
   •  ENGR 250 - Engineering Mechanics-Statics
   •  ENGR 251 - Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics
   •  ENGR 252 - Photonic & Power Solid State Devices
   •  ENGR 253L - An Introduction to Computer-Aided Design
   •  ENGR 254L - 3D Computer-aided Design
   •  ENGR 350 - Applied and Engineering Mathematics
   •  ENGR 352 - Statistical and Engineering Thermodynamics
   •  ENGR 365 - Introduction to Solid State Physics
   •  ENLT 103 - Children’s Literature
   •  ENLT 110 - History of Cinema
   •  ENLT 111 - The Art of Cinema
   •  ENLT 112 - Film Genres
   •  ENLT 113 - Film Criticism
   •  ENLT 120 - (CL) Introduction to Fiction
   •  ENLT 121 - (CL) Introduction to Poetry
   •  ENLT 122 - (CL) Introduction to Drama
   •  ENLT 123 - (CL) Masterworks of Western Civilization
   •  ENLT 124 - (CL, W) The Art of Fiction
   •  ENLT 125 - (CL) Classic American Stories
   •  ENLT 126 - (CL,D) Introduction to Irish Culture
   •  ENLT 127 - (CL) Myth of the Hero
   •  ENLT 129 - (CL, D) Literature and Social Justice
   •  ENLT 140 - (CL) English Inquiry
   •  ENLT 210 - (CL) Modern Poetry
   •  ENLT 211 - (CL) Dramatic Comedy
   •  ENLT 212 - (CL,W) Masters of Darkness
   •  ENLT 213 - (CL,W) Satire
   •  ENLT 214 - Macabre Masterpieces
   •  ENLT 215 - (CL) Literature of the Absurd
   •  ENLT 220 - (CL) Shakespeare
   •  ENLT 221 - (W) Woody Allen
   •  ENLT 222 - (CL,D,W) Graham Greene’s Travelers
   •  ENLT 224 - (CL,D,W) Perspectives in Literature About Illness
   •  ENLT 225 - (CL,D,W) Writing Women
   •  ENLT 226 - (CL,D) Novels by Women
   •  ENLT 227 - (CL,D) Frankenstein's Forebears
   •  ENLT 228 - (CL,D,W) Race in Anglo-American Culture 1600-1860
   •  ENLT 229 - (CL,W) The Cross-Cultural Novella
   •  ENLT 230 - (CL) American Romanticism
   •  ENLT 231 - Shakespeare's Comedies
   •  ENLT 232 - Shakespeare's Tragedies
   •  ENLT 234 - (CL,W) Camelot Legend
   •  ENLT 235 - (CL,W) Literature in the Age of Chaucer
   •  ENLT 236 - (CL,W) The Romantic Protest
   •  ENLT 237 - (CL,W) The Darker Romantics
   •  ENLT 239 - (CL,D,W) The Irish Short Story
   •  ENLT 240 - British Literature: Medieval and Renaissance
   •  ENLT 241 - British Literature: Restoration and 18th Century
   •  ENLT 242 - British Literature: Romantic and Victorian
   •  ENLT 243 - American Literature to 1865
   •  ENLT 244 - Modern British Literature
   •  ENLT 245 - American Literature, 1865 to the Present
   •  ENLT 250 - (EPW,CL,D) Multi-Ethnic American Literature
   •  ENLT 251 - (CL,D,W) Borderlands Writing
   •  ENLT 255 - (EPW,CL,D) African-American Literature
   •  ENLT 258 - (CL,W) Contemporary American Fiction
   •  ENLT 259 - (CL) Contemporary American Poetry
   •  ENLT 260 - (CL,D) Women of Color: Literature & Theory
   •  ENLT 265J - The American Literary Experience
   •  ENLT 270 - (EPW, CL) Science Fiction and Utopian/Dystopian Literature
   •  ENLT 295 - (CL) Shakespeare in Stratford
   •  ENLT 323J - (CL) Classics of Western Literature I
   •  ENLT 340 - Late Medieval Drama
   •  ENLT 341 - (CL,W) Shakespeare: Special Topics
   •  ENLT 342 - Renaissance Poetry and Prose
   •  ENLT 344 - Milton’s Paradise Lost
   •  ENLT 345 - (CL,W) Restoration and 18th-Century Drama
   •  ENLT 347 - Victorian Voices
   •  ENLT 348 - (CL,D,W) Colonial and Postcolonial Fiction
   •  ENLT 349 - (CL) Restoration and 18th-Century Poetry
   •  ENLT 350 - Major Works: American Romantics
   •  ENLT 351 - Transcendentalists
   •  ENLT 352 - (CL,W) The Development of the American Novel
   •  ENLT 353 - Major Works: American Realists
   •  ENLT 355 - American Drama 1919-1939
   •  ENLT 360 - (D,CL,W) Jewish Literature
   •  ENLT 362 - Literature and Philosophy
   •  ENLT 363 - Magazine Editing
   •  ENLT 366 - Dante’s Divine Comedy
   •  ENLT 367 - Gerard Manley Hopkins, S.J.
   •  ENLT 369 - (CL) Playing God: Theatrical Presentations of Divinity
   •  ENLT 382 - Guided Independent Study
   •  ENLT 383 - Guided Independent Study
   •  ENLT 395 - (CL,D,W) Travel Seminar: Sacred Ireland
   •  ENLT 423J - (CL) Classics of Western Literature
   •  ENLT 443 - Chaucer
   •  ENLT 455 - American Realists
 

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