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    Cornell College
   
 
  Dec 13, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalogue

Courses of Instruction


  

Topics Courses  

 

Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies

   •  GSS 393 - Global Feminisms (1)
   •  GSS 396 - Original Project (1)
   •  GSS 487 - Project (1)
   •  GSS 490 - Independent Study (1)
   •  GSS 496 - Original Project (1)
   •  GSS 510 - Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies in Action (1/4)

Geology

   •  GEO 101 - Earth Science (1)
   •  GEO 105 - Marine Science (1)
   •  GEO 111 - Dynamic Earth (1)
   •  GEO 114 - Investigations in Iowa Geology (1)
   •  GEO 122 - Climate Change (1)
   •  GEO 123 - Go West: An Introduction to Field Geology (1)
   •  GEO 130 - Historical Geology (1)
   •  GEO 212 - Mineralogy (1)
   •  GEO 214 - Tectonics (1)
   •  GEO 217 - Invertebrate Paleontology (1)
   •  GEO 255 - Modern/Ancient Carb Systems (in the Bahamas) (1)
   •  GEO 280 - Internship (1)
   •  GEO 290 - Independent Study (1)
   •  GEO 296 - Original Project (1)
   •  GEO 306 - Igneous Petrology (1)
   •  GEO 307 - Metamorphic Petrology (1)
   •  GEO 317 - Paleoecology (1)
   •  GEO 320 - Hydrogeology (1)
   •  GEO 322 - Climates of the Ice Age (1)
   •  GEO 324 - Sedimentology and Stratigraphy (1)
   •  GEO 325 - The Origin of Mountains (1)
   •  GEO 329 - The Geology of New Zealand (in New Zealand) (1)
   •  GEO 380 - Internship (1)
   •  GEO 390 - Independent Study (1)
   •  GEO 396 - Original Project (1)
   •  GEO 485 - Geological Problems
   •  GEO 490 - Independent Study (1)
   •  GEO 496 - Original Project (1)
   •  GEO 511 - Extended Research in Geology (1/4)

History

   •  HIS 101 - Europe: 800-1300 (1)
   •  HIS 102 - Europe: 1300-1700 (1)
   •  HIS 104 - Modern Europe and Its Critics (1)
   •  HIS 120 - Introductory Seminar: Women in America (1600-1870 (FYS) (1)
   •  HIS 141 - Latin American History (1)
   •  HIS 153 - Origins of the American Nation (1)
   •  HIS 154 - Making of Modern America (1)
   •  HIS 210 - Warfare and Society in Modern Times (1)
   •  HIS 220 - History of Spain, 700-1600 (1)
   •  HIS 221 - Trials and Transitions of the Renaissance (1)
   •  HIS 240 - Public Memory and Public History (1)
   •  HIS 241 - Slavery and the Environment in a Comparative Context (in the Bahamas) (1)
   •  HIS 251 - Federal Indian Policy (1)
   •  HIS 252 - Baseball: The American Game (1)
   •  HIS 255 - American Lives (1)
   •  HIS 257 - Topic: Reel History: The Cold War and American Film (1)
   •  HIS 258 - Topic: India's Road to Independence (1)
   •  HIS 261 - Topic: Hamilton (1)
   •  HIS 280 - Internship (1)
   •  HIS 290 - Independent Study (1)
   •  HIS 296 - Original Project (1)
   •  HIS 304 - Europe: the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries (1)
   •  HIS 315 - International Relations in Modern West (1)
   •  HIS 316 - Enlightenment and the French Revolution (1)
   •  HIS 317 - The Crusades (1)
   •  HIS 318 - Growth of Industrial Society (1)
   •  HIS 319 - Women in Medieval Europe (1)
   •  HIS 320 - Persecution, Tolerance, and Minorities in Medieval Europe (1)
   •  HIS 321 - Muscovite and Imperial Russia (1)
   •  HIS 322 - Revolutionary and Soviet Russia (1)
   •  HIS 323 - Russia from 1941 (1)
   •  HIS 324 - Modern Germany (1)
   •  HIS 326 - Women in Renaissance and Reformation Europe (1)
   •  HIS 350 - Colonial America (1)
   •  HIS 351 - The Age of Revolution in America (1)
   •  HIS 352 - The United States in the Middle Period (1)
   •  HIS 353 - Civil War and Reconstruction (1)
   •  HIS 354 - U.S. Social History Since 1940 (1)
   •  HIS 356 - African-Americans in U.S. History (1)
   •  HIS 358 - Work and Leisure in Modern America (1)
   •  HIS 364 - Documentary Imagination-Depression (1)
   •  HIS 369 - Chicago: The Transformation of America's Second City, 1880-1940 (1)
   •  HIS 380 - Internship (1)
   •  HIS 380 - Internship in Public History (1)
   •  HIS 390 - Independent Study (1)
   •  HIS 394 - History and Theory (1)
   •  HIS 396 - Original Project (1)
   •  HIS 485 - Research Tutorial (1)
   •  HIS 490 - Independent Study (1)
   •  HIS 496 - Original Project (1)

Interdepartmental/Interdisciplinary Courses

   •  INT 121 - Communication in Education (1)
   •  INT 160-1 - Cell-Phones, Coffee, and Cars: Critiquing Consumption (FYS) (1)
   •  INT 164 - The Immigrant Experience in American Culture (FYS) (1)
   •  INT 165 - Global Issues (1)
   •  INT 280 - Internship (1)
   •  INT 290 - Independent Study (1)
   •  INT 296 - Original Project (1)
   •  INT 310 - Theoretical Foundations in Elementary School Mathematics (1)
   •  INT 320 - Interdisciplinary Theory and Practice for the Elementary Classroom (1)
   •  INT 380 - Internship (1)
   •  INT 390 - Independent Study (1)
   •  INT 396 - Original Project (1)
   •  INT 490 - Independent Study (1)
   •  INT 496 - Original Project (1)
   •  INT 501 - Academic Writing (1/4)
 

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