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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.

 

Fine Arts Studio

   •  FAS 340 - Intermediate Photography
   •  FAS 342 - Photo Media: Analog Digital
   •  FAS 356 - Special Topics: Mixed Media
   •  FAS 360 - Special Topics: Ceramics II
   •  FAS 372 - Digital Art & Imaging II
   •  FAS 374 - Special Topics: Graphic Design II
   •  FAS 375 - Typography and Design
   •  FAS 376 - Art and Design for the Web
   •  FAS 378 - Motion Art
   •  FAS 400 - Independent Study
   •  FAS 401 - Independent Study - Thesis Studio
   •  FAS 492 - Internship (one semester)
   •  FAS 493 - Internship (two semesters)
   •  FAS 494 - Internship (two semesters)

French

   •  FR 100 - French I
   •  FR 150 - French II
   •  FR 200 - French III
   •  FR 300 - Writing
   •  FR 303 - Conversation
   •  FR 320 - Culture and Civilization
   •  FR 321 - Contemporary France
   •  FR 325 - Cinema
   •  FR 348 - Selected Topics
   •  FR 350 - Survey of Literature I
   •  FR 351 - Survey of Literature II
   •  FR 353 - Short Story
   •  FR 354 - Early Narrative Literature
   •  FR 355 - The Novel
   •  FR 356 - Poetry I
   •  FR 357 - Poetry II
   •  FR 358 - Theater I
   •  FR 359 - Theater II
   •  FR 360 - Selected Topics
   •  FR 363 - Seventeenth Century Literature: Age of Classicism
   •  FR 365 - Eighteenth Century Literature: Age of Enlightenment
   •  FR 367 - Nineteenth Century Literature: Age of Romanticism and Realism
   •  FR 371 - Women Writers
   •  FR 373 - Francophone Literature
   •  FR 400 - Senior Seminar
   •  FR 460 - Selected Topics

German

   •  GR 100 - German I
   •  GR 150 - German II
   •  GR 200 - German III
   •  GR 250 - German IV
   •  GR 301 - Advanced German I
   •  GR 302 - Advanced German II
   •  GR 320 - Tales of the Brothers Grimm
   •  GR 321 - Business German
   •  GR 322 - Contemporary German Storytellers
   •  GR 323 - Translating German Prose
   •  GR 324 - Special Topics in German
   •  GR 325 - Special Topics in German

Great Books

   •  PH 170 - Introduction to Great Books
   •  PH 271 - Great Books Seminar I: The Ancient World - Homer to Plutarch
   •  PH 272 - Great Books Seminar II: The Medieval World - Augustine to Chaucer.
   •  PH 273 - Great Books Seminar III: The Renaissance - Machiavelli to Pascal
   •  PH 274 - Great Books Seminar IV: The Enlightenment and Its Discontents - Locke to Dostoevsky
   •  PH 275 - Great Books Seminar V: The Contemporary World
   •  PH 276 - Great Books Seminar VI: Non-Western Classics
   •  PH 455-457 - Integrated Studies Seminars
   •  PH 467-469 - Focused Study Seminar

History

   •  HI 100 - Introduction to the Study of History
   •  HI 101 - Origins of European Civilization
   •  HI 103 - War and Revolution in the Modern World
   •  HI 104 - The Peopling of America
   •  HI 105 - World History, 1500-present
   •  HI 106 - The U.S. Presidency
   •  HI 107 - Cities and Social Change
   •  HI 108 - Law and Justice in European History
   •  HI 109 - Environmental History
   •  HI 110 - African Health and Healing
   •  HI 111 - Exploration and Discovery
   •  HI 112 - History's Mysteries
   •  HI 113 - The Crusades
   •  HI 150 - Historical Reasoning Special Topics
   •  HI 151 - Historical Reasoning Special Topics
   •  HI 152 - Historical Reasoning Special Topics
   •  HI 175 - Asian Civilization
   •  HI 199 - America: Origins to World Power
   •  HI 225 - Early Modern Europe
   •  HI 226 - Modern European History
   •  HI 250 - United States History to 1877
   •  HI 251 - United States History from 1877
   •  HI 311 - Ancient Greece
   •  HI 312 - Ancient Rome
   •  HI 313 - The Early Middle Ages
   •  HI 314 - The High Middle Ages
   •  HI 315 - The Renaissance
   •  HI 316 - The Reformation
   •  HI 317 - Medieval Spain
   •  HI 324 - Special Topics: Early Europe
   •  HI 326 - Modern Britain
   •  HI 327 - Early Modern France
   •  HI 328 - The Habsburg Empire
   •  HI 329 - Modern Germany
   •  HI 330 - Eastern Europe in the Twentieth Century
   •  HI 332 - Modern France
   •  HI 333 - Europe since 1945
   •  HI 345 - Progress and Nostalgia: Mid-Victorian Britain in History and Literature
   •  HI 349 - Special Topics: Modern Europe
 

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