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    University of Scranton
   
 
  Dec 14, 2017
 
 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2010-2011 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Accounting

   •  ACC 251 - Financial Accounting I
   •  ACC 252 - Financial Accounting II
   •  ACC 253 - Financial Accounting
   •  ACC 254 - Managerial Accounting
   •  ACC 361 - Intermediate Accounting I
   •  ACC 362 - Intermediate Accounting II
   •  ACC 363 - Federal Taxes
   •  ACC 364 - Auditing Theory
   •  ACC 365 - Federal Taxation of Corporations and Partnerships
   •  ACC 370 - Fraud Examination
   •  ACC 372 - Accounting for Electronic Business
   •  ACC 373 - Object Oriented Applications in Business and Accounting
   •  ACC 374 - Database Management Systems for Electronic Business
   •  ACC 375 - Enterprise Accounting and Control
   •  ACC 460 - Advanced Accounting I
   •  ACC 461 - Cost Accounting
   •  ACC 462 - Advanced Managerial Accounting
   •  ACC 463 - Financial Statement Analysis & Research
   •  ACC 465 - Accounting Communications
   •  ACC 470 - Law for Accountants
   •  ACC 471 -  Management Auditing
   •  ACC 472 - Advanced Accounting II
   •  ACC 473 - Advanced Auditing
   •  ACC 474 - Accounting Information Systems
   •  ACC 476 - Electronic Business Information Systems Security and Ethics
   •  ACC 477 - Advanced Auditing Issues: Information Systems Auditing
   •  ACC 479 - Business Applications of Communication Networks

American Sign Language

Students may not take the elementary level of their native language. Modern languages are taught in the target language, with the exception of non-Western languages in which students must first learn a new alphabet and sound system.

   •  ASL 101 - (CF) American Sign Language
   •  ASL 102 - (CF) American Sign Language

Arabic

Students may not take the elementary level of their native language. Modern languages are taught in the target language, with the exception of non-Western languages in which students must first learn a new alphabet and sound system.

   •  ARAB 101 - (CF) Beginning Arabic
   •  ARAB 102 - (CF) Beginning Arabic
   •  ARAB 211 - (CF,D) Intermediate Arabic
   •  ARAB 212 - (CF,D) Intermediate Arabic
   •  ARAB 311 - (CF,D) Advanced Arabic
   •  ARAB 312 - (CF,D) Advanced Arabic

Art

   •  ART 112 - Color and Design
   •  ART 114 - Three-Dimensional Design
   •  ART 116 - Basic Drawing
   •  ART 120 - Painting I
   •  ART 182 - Independent Study Course
   •  ART 183 - Independent Study Course
   •  ART 184 - Special Topics
   •  ART 322 - Two-Dimensional Computer Animation Techniques
   •  ART 324 - 3D Computer-generated Animation/Content

Art History

   •  ARTH 111 - (CA) History of World Art I
   •  ARTH 112 - (CA) History of World Art II
   •  ARTH 113 - (CA,D) Native American Art
   •  ARTH 114 - (CA) History of Architecture
   •  ARTH 115 - Art of the Ancient World
   •  ARTH 116 - (CA) Art of Greece and Rome
   •  ARTH 117 - Early Christian and Byzantine Art
   •  ARTH 118 - (W) Medieval Art: Romanesque and Gothic
   •  ARTH 205 - The Icon in Russian and East European
   •  ARTH 210 - (CA,D,W) Women in the Visual Arts
   •  ARTH 212 - (CA,D,W) African American Art
   •  ARTH 213 - (CA,D,W) American Art
   •  ARTH 214 - Renaissance Art in Italy,1200-1480
   •  ARTH 215 - Renaissance Art in Italy, 1480-1620
   •  ARTH 216 - (CA,W) Michelangelo and His World
   •  ARTH 217 - (W) Leonardo Da Vinci
   •  ARTH 218 - (W) The Age of Rembrandt
   •  ARTH 219 - The Renaissance in Northern Europe
   •  ARTH 220 - (W,D) History of Photography
   •  ARTH 221 - (CA,D,W) Nineteenth-Century Art
   •  ARTH 222 -  (W) Impressionism and Post-Impressionism
   •  ARTH 225 - (CA,D,W) Art of the Twentieth Century
   •  ARTH 227 - (CA,D,W) Matisse and Picasso
   •  ARTH 295 - (W,D,CA) Travel Seminar
   •  ARTH 296 - (W,D,CA) Travel Seminar
   •  ARTH 311 - (W,D,CA) Medieval and Renaissance Women
   •  ARTH 316 - Painted Chambers of the Renaissance
   •  ARTH 380 - Museum Methods (Internship)
   •  ARTH 384 - Special Topics
   •  ARTH 484 - Special Topics

Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology

   •  BCMB 290 - Seminar
   •  BCMB 440 - Proteomics
   •  BCMB 464 - Molecular Biology of Cancer
   •  BCMB 490 - Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology Capstone
   •  BCMB 493 - Undergraduate Research

Biology

Biology courses numbered 100-139 and 200-239 are not open to Biology majors.

See related Biology programs:

 

   •  BIOL 100 - (E) Modern Concepts of Human Biology
   •  BIOL 101 - (E) Introduction to Biological Science
   •  BIOL 104 - (E) Anatomy, Physiology and Health
   •  BIOL 105 - (E) Biodiversity
   •  BIOL 108 - (E) History of Life on Earth
   •  BIOL 110-111 - (E) Structure and Function of the Human Body
   •  BIOL 141 - (E) General Biology
   •  BIOL 142 - (E) General Biology
   •  BIOL 195 - (E) Tropical Biology (O,P)
   •  BIOL 202 - (E) The ABC’s of Genetics
   •  BIOL 204 - (E,D) Environmental Issues in Latin America
   •  BIOL 205 - (E) Human Sexuality and Reproduction
   •  BIOL 210 - Introductory Medical Microbiology
   •  BIOL 241 - (O) Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy
   •  BIOL 245 - (W: lab only) General Physiology (O)
   •  BIOL 250 - Microbiology (C,O,M)
   •  BIOL 255 - Animal Nutrition and Metabolism (C,O)
   •  BIOL 260 - Genetics (G)
   •  BIOL 272 - Invertebrate Biology (O,P)
   •  BIOL 273 - Marine Ecology (P)
   •  BIOL 274 - Conservation Biology (O,P)
 

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