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    Saint Anselm College
   
 
  Sep 21, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalogue

Courses of Instruction


The College reserves the right to change procedures, programs, curricula, courses, fees and charges, instructors and degree requirements without prior notice. It further reserves the right to sever the connection of any student with the College for an appropriate reason.

NOTE: The course sequence outlines appearing under each department are illustrative only, and do not supersede either general or departmental requirements. Extra-departmental courses ancillary to the major, and specified by name or course number in the sequence outlines, are considered to be an integral part of the major program.

New Course Numbering System

Beginning in the Fall 2006 semester, Saint Anselm College adopted a three number course designation system. Henceforth, the following course numbering system is in effect.

100 – 199 Introductory
200 – 299 Intermediate
300 – 399 Intermediate/Advanced
400 – 499 Directed readings, research, internships and further advanced study 

Please note, when searching courses by “Code or Number”, an asterisk (*) can be used to return mass results. For instance, a “Code or Number” search of ” 2* ” can be entered, returning all 200-level courses.

 

Classics

   •  CL 275 - Introduction to Archaeology
   •  CL 276 - The Archaeology of Egypt
   •  CL 277 - Survey of the Archaeology of Greece
   •  CL 278 - Survey of the Archaeology of Rome
   •  CL 280 - Archaeological Fieldwork
   •  CL 281 - Study Tour
   •  CL 301 - Greek Historiography
   •  CL 302 - Greek Philosophy
   •  CL 310 - Greek Epic
   •  CL 314 - Greek Tragedy
   •  CL 315 - Greek Comedy
   •  CL 317 - New Testament Greek
   •  CL 319 - Greek Special Topics
   •  CL 321 - Latin Prose Composition I
   •  CL 322 - Latin Prose Composition II
   •  CL 323 - Vergil
   •  CL 324 - Cicero
   •  CL 325 - Ovid
   •  CL 330 - Roman Epic Poets
   •  CL 331 - Roman Comedy
   •  CL 332 - Roman Lyric Poets
   •  CL 333 - Roman Elegiac Poets
   •  CL 334 - Roman Satire
   •  CL 336 - Roman Philosophy
   •  CL 340 - Silver Age Latin
   •  CL 341 - Roman Historiography - Republican
   •  CL 342 - Roman Historiography - Imperial
   •  CL 346 - Post Classical Latin
   •  CL 350 - Latin Special Topics
   •  CL 400 - Independent Study
   •  CL 419 - Greek
   •  CL 450 - Latin Seminar

Computer Science

   •  CS 101 - Digital Literacy
   •  CS 111 - Computing I
   •  CS 112 - Computing II
   •  CS 115 - Discrete Mathematics
   •  CS 116 - Discrete Mathematics II
   •  CS 204 - Decision Making with Spreadsheets
   •  CS 205 - The Internet: Fundamentals and Issues
   •  CS 210 - Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
   •  CS 213 - Data Structures and Algorithms
   •  CS 214 - Introduction to Cyber Criminology
   •  CS 220 - Computer Architecture
   •  CS 228 - Computer Forensics
   •  CS 230 - Computer Networks
   •  CS 250 - Human-Computer Interaction
   •  CS 255 - Computer Graphics
   •  CS 270 - Database Management
   •  CS 290 - Systems and Software Development
   •  CS 310 - Advanced Algorithmic Analysis
   •  CS 311 - Theory of Computation
   •  CS 325 - Operating Systems
   •  CS 338 - Internet and Web-Based Systems
   •  CS 343 - Programming Paradigms
   •  CS 360 - Artificial Intelligence
   •  CS 400 - Independent Study
   •  CS 450 - Selected Topics in Computer Science
   •  CS 455 - Research and Seminar I
   •  CS 456 - Research and Seminar II
   •  CS 481 - Internship (one course)
   •  CS 482 - Internship (two courses - 8 credits)

Criminal Justice

   •  CJ 100 - Introduction to the Criminal Justice System
   •  CJ 102 - Comparative Models of Justice
   •  CJ 105 - Theories of Crime
   •  CJ 200 - Statistical Techniques for Criminal Justice
   •  CJ 202 - Research Methods in Criminal Justice
   •  CJ 205 - Theory and Practice of Punishment
   •  CJ 209 - Criminal Law
   •  CJ 211 - Evidence
   •  CJ 212 - Criminal Procedure
   •  CJ 214 - Introduction to Cyber Criminology
   •  CJ 215 - Cyber Law and Policy
   •  CJ 220 - Community Corrections
   •  CJ 221 - Deviance and Social Control
   •  CJ 223 - White Collar Crime
   •  CJ 224 - Police and Society
   •  CJ 225 - Legal Justice Seminar
   •  CJ 231 - Juvenile Justice System
   •  CJ 310 - Probation and Parole
   •  CJ 320 - Wrongful Convictions
   •  CJ 326 - Criminal Justice Organization and Administration
   •  CJ 328 - Crisis Intervention
   •  CJ 336 - Sociology of Family Law
   •  CJ 350 - Victims of Crime and Social Injustice
   •  CJ 361 - Women and Crime
   •  CJ 363 - Comparative Constitutional Law
   •  CJ 367 - Special Topics in Criminal Justice
   •  CJ 400 - Independent Study
   •  CJ 430 - Senior Seminar
   •  CJ 450 - Internship
   •  CJ 451 - Internship
   •  CJ 453 - Internship

Economics and Business

   •  AC 111 - Financial Accounting
   •  AC 112 - Cost Accounting
   •  AC 211 - Intermediate Accounting I
   •  AC 212 - Intermediate Accounting II
   •  AC 213 - Federal Income Taxation I
   •  AC 214 - Federal Income Taxation II
   •  AC 215 - Accounting Information Systems
   •  AC 311 - Advanced Accounting
 

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