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Allegheny College    
 
    
 
  Dec 11, 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”).
 

Neuroscience

   •  NEURO 405 - Neurophysiology
   •  NEURO 529 - Internship: Neuroscience
   •  NEURO 590 - Independent Study
   •  NEURO 600 - Senior Project I
   •  NEURO 610 - Senior Project II

Philosophy

   •  FSPHI 201 - Communication in a Discipline: Philosophy
   •  PHIL 130 - Values and Knowledge
   •  PHIL 140 - Ethics and Community
   •  PHIL 165 - The Examined Life: Philosophy Through the Ages
   •  PHIL 205 - Literature, Film and Medicine: Ethical Perspectives
   •  PHIL 210 - Oppression and Liberation
   •  PHIL 212 - The Problem of the Self: East and West
   •  PHIL 220 - Epistemology: The Theory of Knowledge
   •  PHIL 227 - Religion and the Challenge of Modernity
   •  PHIL 230 - Science in Its Cultural Setting
   •  PHIL 240 - Mind and Brain
   •  PHIL 250 - Philosophy and the Arts
   •  PHIL 260 - Ancient Greek Philosophy
   •  PHIL 270 - Early Modern Philosophy: Science and Knowledge
   •  PHIL 285 - Business and Management Ethics
   •  PHIL 310 - Global Justice
   •  PHIL 350 - Ethics and Existence
   •  PHIL 385 - Medical Ethics
   •  PHIL 529 - Internship: Philosophy
   •  PHIL 580 - Philosophy Seminar
   •  PHIL 590 - Independent Study
   •  PHIL 600 - Senior Project Tutorial
   •  PHIL 610 - Senior Project

Physics

   •  FSPHY 201 - Investigative Approaches in Physics
   •  PHYS 020 - Introductory Astronomy
   •  PHYS 065 - Introduction to Physics
   •  PHYS 101 - Fundamentals of Physics I
   •  PHYS 102 - Fundamentals of Physics II
   •  PHYS 110 - Core Concepts in Physics I
   •  PHYS 120 - Core Concepts in Physics II
   •  PHYS 129 - Fundamentals of Astronomy
   •  PHYS 210 - Core Concepts in Physics III
   •  PHYS 240 - Relativity
   •  PHYS 260 - Introduction to Thermal Physics
   •  PHYS 272 - Mathematics for Physical Science
   •  PHYS 280 - Programming and Simulation
   •  PHYS 310 - Mechanics of Particles
   •  PHYS 320 - Astrophysics
   •  PHYS 330 - Analog Electric Circuits and Devices
   •  PHYS 340 - Electric and Magnetic Fields
   •  PHYS 350 - Physical Optics
   •  PHYS 360 - Introduction to Molecular Biophysics
   •  PHYS 370 - Introduction to Solid State Physics
   •  PHYS 380 - Quantum Mechanics
   •  PHYS 420-429 - Current Topics in Astrophysics
   •  PHYS 430-439 - Current Topics in Biophysics
   •  PHYS 440-449 - Current Topics in Chemical Physics
   •  PHYS 450-459 - Current Topics in Optical Physics
   •  PHYS 460-469 - Current Topics in Theoretical Physics
   •  PHYS 470-479 - Current Topics in Computational Physics
   •  PHYS 480-489 - Current Topics in Materials Physics
   •  PHYS 529 - Internship: Physics
   •  PHYS 580 - Junior Seminar
   •  PHYS 590 - Independent Study
   •  PHYS 600 - Senior Project I
   •  PHYS 610 - Senior Project II
   •  PHYS 620 - Senior Project

Political Science

   •  FSPOL 201 - Communication in a Discipline: Political Science
   •  POLSC 110 - U.S. National Government and Politics
   •  POLSC 120 - Comparative Government and Politics
   •  POLSC 130 - World Politics
   •  POLSC 140 - Political Philosophy
   •  POLSC 213 - Health Policy in the U.S.
   •  POLSC 214 - Rural Politics
   •  POLSC 215 - Politics in Popular Culture
   •  POLSC 219 - American Political Development
   •  POLSC 220 - Democracy for the Few? Political Parties, Interest Groups, and Social Movements
   •  POLSC 221 - Law, Courts, and Judicial Processes
   •  POLSC 226 - Government and Politics of Western Europe
   •  POLSC 228 - Government and Politics of China
   •  POLSC 232 - Government and Politics of the Middle East
   •  POLSC 235 - Government and Politics of Latin America
   •  POLSC 242 - Immigration and Citizenship
   •  POLSC 245 - The Politics of Third World Development
   •  POLSC 248 - Human Rights
   •  POLSC 251 - U.S. Foreign Policy
   •  POLSC 261 - U.S.-Latin American Relations
   •  POLSC 280 - The Tragedy of Citizenship
   •  POLSC 285 - American Political Thought
   •  POLSC 289 - Introduction to Research Design
   •  POLSC 301 - Constitutional Law: Powers of Government
   •  POLSC 303 - Constitutional Law: Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
   •  POLSC 318 - Politics and the Media
   •  POLSC 320 - State and Local Politics
   •  POLSC 321 - Urban Government and Politics
   •  POLSC 325 - Rights in Comparative Perspective
   •  POLSC 326 - Sports and the Politics of Race and Memory
   •  POLSC 329 - Islam, Migration & Race in Western Europe
   •  POLSC 330 - Megacities
   •  POLSC 334 - Government and Politics in South Asia
   •  POLSC 336 - Politics and Culture in the Asia-Pacific
   •  POLSC 340 - Political Geography
   •  POLSC 348 - Direct Action Organizing
   •  POLSC 354 - War and Peace in the Middle East
   •  POLSC 355 - The Arab-Israeli Conflict
 

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