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    Saint Anselm College
   
 
  Oct 22, 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.

 

Economics and Business

   •  AC 215 - Accounting Information Systems
   •  AC 311 - Advanced Accounting
   •  AC 313 - Auditing
   •  AC 411 - Special Topics: Accounting
   •  BU 103 - Personal Finance for Non Business Majors
   •  BU 121 - Business Statistics
   •  BU 221 - Human Resource Management
   •  BU 222 - Women and Men in Business
   •  BU 223 - Organizational Behavior
   •  BU 224 - Management Science
   •  BU 272 - International Business Management
   •  BU 321 - Business Law
   •  BU 323 - Strategic Management
   •  BU 324 - Business in Developing and Emerging Markets
   •  BU 331 - Marketing Management
   •  BU 335 - International Human Resource Management
   •  BU 400 - Independent Study
   •  BU 421 - Special Topics: Business
   •  BU 480 - Internship (2 credits)
   •  BU 481 - Internship (4 credits)
   •  BU 485 - Internship (8 credits)
   •  BU 491 - Internship (12 credits)
   •  BU 495 - Internship (16 credits)
   •  EC 141 - Principles of Economics: Micro
   •  EC 142 - Principles of Economics: Macro
   •  EC 241 - Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis
   •  EC 242 - Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis
   •  EC 243 - Money and Banking
   •  EC 244 - Economics of Industrial Organization
   •  EC 245 - Labor Economics
   •  EC 247 - International Economics
   •  EC 250 - Environmental Economics
   •  EC 325 - Bubbles and Crises: A History of Financial Crises
   •  EC 341 - Seminar in Economics
   •  EC 342 - Econometrics
   •  EC 344 - Sports Economics
   •  EC 345 - Economics of the Great Depression
   •  EC 441 - Special Topics: Economics
   •  FI 261 - Financial Management
   •  FI 262 - Investments
   •  FI 325 - Bubbles and Crises: A History of Financial Crises
   •  FI 342 - Econometrics
   •  FI 361 - Financial Management II
   •  FI 362 - Portfolio Analysis
   •  FI 363 - International Financial Management
   •  FI 364 - Investment Theories and Practices
   •  FI 461 - Special Topics: Finance
   •  MK 231 - Principles of Marketing
   •  MK 232 - Integrated Marketing Communications
   •  MK 233 - Consumer Behavior
   •  MK 332 - Marketing Research
   •  MK 333 - International Marketing
   •  MK 421 - Special Topics: Marketing

Education

   •  ED 220 - Children's Literature
   •  ED 230 - Adolescent Literature
   •  ED 240 - Principles of Teaching and Learning
   •  ED 250 - Integrating Art and Creativity into Teaching
   •  ED 255 - Multicultural Perspectives on Public Schooling in the United States
   •  ED 280 - Integration of Technology in Teaching and Learning
   •  ED 311 - Getting Schooled: The Politics & Promise of American Education
   •  ED 322 - Inclusion, Equity, and Diversity in Education
   •  ED 340 - Curriculum and Assessment in Teaching
   •  ED 350 - Special Topics
   •  ED 351 - Special Topics: Clinical Capstone: NHTCAP
   •  ED 360 - Meeting the Needs of English Language Learners in the K-12 Classroom
   •  ED 375 - Theory and Methods of Teaching Elementary Reading
   •  ED 380 - Theory and Methods of Teaching Elementary Mathematics
   •  ED 390 - Methods of Teaching Elementary Social Studies and Science
   •  ED 400 - Independent Study
   •  ED 430 - Elementary Reading and Mathematics Seminar
   •  ED 432 - Clinical Capstone: Supervised Student Teaching
   •  ED 440 - Methods of Teaching Secondary Content: English
   •  ED 440-445 - Methods of Teaching Secondary Content
   •  ED 441 - Methods of Teaching Secondary Content: Modern Languages
   •  ED 442 - Methods of Teaching Secondary Content: Science
   •  ED 443 - Methods of Teaching Secondary Content: Social Studies
   •  ED 444 - Methods of Teaching Secondary Content: Mathematics
   •  ED 445 - Methods of Teaching Secondary Content: Latin
   •  ED 446 - Methods of Teaching ESOL (English Speakers of Other Languages)
   •  ED 480 - Internship in Education
   •  ED 481 - Internship in Education (Advanced)
   •  ED 490 - Clinical Capstone: NHTCAP Seminar

English

   •  CM 110 - Introduction to Human Communication
   •  CM 115 - Introduction to Mediated Communication
   •  CM 216 - Principles and Practices of Journalism
   •  CM 218 - Media Writing
   •  CM 221 - Public Speaking
   •  CM 227 - Speaking in Small Groups
   •  CM 259 - Modes of Film Communication
   •  CM 310 - Rhetorical Theory and Criticism
   •  CM 315 - Communication Theory
   •  CM 318 - Intercultural Communication
   •  CM 325 - Special Topics in Communication
   •  CM 330 - Political Communication
   •  CM 400 - Independent Study
   •  CM 470 - Communication Senior Seminar
   •  CM 481-482 - Internship
   •  EN 105 - Freshman English
   •  EN 106 - Introduction to Literary Studies
   •  EN 153 - World of Poetry
 

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