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Allegheny College    
 
    
 
  Oct 17, 2017
 
2017-2018 Academic Bulletin

Course Search


To search for a course satisfying the Distribution Requirements in effect for students who entered Allegheny College in Fall 2016 or after please do the following:

  • In the “Keyword or Phrase” box below, enter one of the eight Distribution Requirement abbreviations as a search term in quotation marks: “CL”, “HE”, “IP”, “ME”, “PD”, “QR”, “SB”, or “SP”.
  • To search within a specific department or program, select the desired department from the “Rubric” drop down menu and enter the Distribution Requirement abbreviation in quotation marks in the “Keyword or Phrase” box (i.e., “HE”).
 

Psychology

   •  PSYCH 590 - Independent Study
   •  PSYCH 591 - Group Study
   •  PSYCH 592 - Teaching in the Elementary or Secondary Schools
   •  PSYCH 593 - Peer Mentoring
   •  PSYCH 600 - Senior Project
   •  PSYCH 610 - Senior Project
   •  PSYCH 620 - Senior Project
   •  PSYCH 630 - Senior Project Seminar

Religious Studies

   •  FSREL 201 - Communication in a Discipline: Religious Studies
   •  RELST 111 - Biblical Hebrew
   •  RELST 115 - Religion in the Ancient Near East
   •  RELST 117 - Religion in the Ancient Greco-Roman World
   •  RELST 120 - The Faith of Ancient Israel
   •  RELST 130 - The New Testament
   •  RELST 140 - Islam: Faith, History, and Culture
   •  RELST 144 - Modern Islamic Movements
   •  RELST 146 - Islam in America
   •  RELST 147 - Judaism
   •  RELST 150 - Hinduism
   •  RELST 160 - Buddhism
   •  RELST 165 - Zen Buddhism and Japanese Culture
   •  RELST 170 - Religions of China
   •  RELST 171 - Islam and Other Religions
   •  RELST 175 - Contemporary Religious Thought
   •  RELST 180 - Religion in American Life
   •  RELST 188 - Encountering the Other: Judaism's Relations with Christianity and Islam
   •  RELST 200 - Christian Ethics
   •  RELST 204 - Introduction to Sociology of Religion
   •  RELST 212 - The Problem of the Self: East and West
   •  RELST 215 - Marriage and Sexuality in Islam
   •  RELST 222 - The Qur'an
   •  RELST 224 - Jewish Theology and the Holocaust
   •  RELST 226 - Religion, Education, and Gender in the Middle East and North Africa
   •  RELST 227 - Religion and the Challenge of Modernity
   •  RELST 229 - The Jewish Bible: How the Rabbis Read It
   •  RELST 250 - Medieval and Reformation Christianity
   •  RELST 265 - Theory and Method in the Study of Religion
   •  RELST 341 - Jewish Ethics
   •  RELST 350 - Paul the Apostle
   •  RELST 360 - Religion and Ecology
   •  RELST 475 - Psychology and Religion
   •  RELST 529 - Internship: Religious Studies
   •  RELST 580 - Junior Group Tutorial
   •  RELST 590 - Independent Study
   •  RELST 591 - Group Study
   •  RELST 600 - Senior Tutorial
   •  RELST 610 - Senior Project

Sociology and Anthropology

   •  SOCAN 200 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
   •  SOCAN 201 - Introduction to Sociology
   •  SOCAN 529 - Internship: Sociology/Anthropology

Spanish

   •  SPAN 110 - Beginning Spanish I
   •  SPAN 120 - Beginning Spanish II
   •  SPAN 130 - Accelerated Beginning Spanish
   •  SPAN 215 - Intermediate Spanish
   •  SPAN 220 - Issues in Contemporary Spanish and Spanish American Culture
   •  SPAN 225 - Hispanic Texts
   •  SPAN 230 - Imperial Cultures
   •  SPAN 245 - Spanish for Heritage Speakers
   •  SPAN 305 - Conversation and Composition
   •  SPAN 315 - Advanced Spanish Language Study
   •  SPAN 320 - Stories and Storytelling
   •  SPAN 325 - Civilization and Culture of Spain
   •  SPAN 330 - Topics in Hispanic Popular Culture
   •  SPAN 335 - Spanish American Civilization I
   •  SPAN 345 - Spanish American Civilization II
   •  SPAN 360 - Contesting Authority
   •  SPAN 365 - Special Topics in Spanish Peninsular or Latin American Culture
   •  SPAN 385 - Introduction to Hispanic Culture through Film
   •  SPAN 405 - Translating Language and Culture
   •  SPAN 420 - Nationalisms
   •  SPAN 430 - Race, Gender and Power
   •  SPAN 440 - Narrating Selves: Hispanic Literature in Contemporary Cultural Context
   •  SPAN 445 - Topics in Hispanic Film
   •  SPAN 485 - Hispanic Film, From Text to Screen
   •  SPAN 529 - Internship: Spanish
   •  SPAN 580 - Senior Seminar
   •  SPAN 590 - Independent Study
   •  SPAN 592 - Teaching in the Elementary or Secondary Schools
   •  SPAN 594 - Teaching at College
   •  SPAN 600 - Senior Project I
   •  SPAN 610 - Senior Project II

Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

   •  WGSS 100 - Introduction to Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
   •  WGSS 207 - Human Sexual Identities
   •  WGSS 210 - Social Movements in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
   •  WGSS 211 - Queer Lives
   •  WGSS 255 - Women and Migration
   •  WGSS 275 - Bodies in American Culture
   •  WGSS 300 - Feminist and Queer Theory
   •  WGSS 306 - Cultural and Evolutionary History of Sexuality
   •  WGSS 310 - Gendered Violence
   •  WGSS 400 - Global Feminisms
   •  WGSS 410 - Critical Perspectives in Global Women's Health
   •  WGSS 501 - Internship: Women's Services I
   •  WGSS 502 - Internship: Women's Services II
   •  WGSS 503 - Internship: Women's Prison
   •  WGSS 529 - Internship: Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
   •  WGSS 580 - Junior Seminar in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
   •  WGSS 620 - Senior Project

Modern Languages

   •  CLC 100 - Sign Language I
   •  CLC 111 - Biblical Hebrew
 

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