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    Saint Anselm College
   
 
  Dec 13, 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.

 

American Studies

   •  AS 100 - Introduction to American Studies
   •  AS 401 - Independent Research

Biological Sciences

   •  BI 101 - Exploring the Natural World
   •  BI 102 - Topics in General Biology
   •  BI 103 - General Biology I
   •  BI 104 - General Biology II
   •  BI 105 - Infectious Diseases
   •  BI 107 - Foundations of Biochemistry
   •  BI 108 - Microbiology
   •  BI 149 - Special Topics in Biology
   •  BI 201 - Exercise Physiology
   •  BI 205 - Biosphere at Risk
   •  BI 221 - Tropical Biology
   •  BI 222 - Field Studies in Tropical Biology
   •  BI 315 - Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy
   •  BI 318 - Microbiology for Majors
   •  BI 319 - Aquatic Ecology
   •  BI 320 - Ecology
   •  BI 323 - Cell and Tissue Culture
   •  BI 325 - Evolutionary Biology
   •  BI 326 - Cancer Biology
   •  BI 327 - Genetics
   •  BI 328 - Conservation Biology
   •  BI 329 - Plant Biology
   •  BI 331 - Human Anatomy & Physiology I
   •  BI 332 - Human Anatomy & Physiology II
   •  BI 333 - Cell Biology
   •  BI 334 - Animal Physiology
   •  BI 335 - Animal Behavior
   •  BI 336 - Biochemistry
   •  BI 338 - Invertebrate Zoology
   •  BI 339 - Endocrinology
   •  BI 341 - Selected Topics in Biochemistry
   •  BI 344 - Nutrition
   •  BI 345 - Biostatistics
   •  BI 346 - Pharmacology
   •  BI 347 - Ornithology
   •  BI 348 - Immunology
   •  BI 400 - Independent Study
   •  BI 421 - Directed Research in Biology - Two Semester Option
   •  BI 422 - Directed Research in Biology - Two Semester Option
   •  BI 423 - Directed Research in Biology - One Semester Option
   •  BI 449 - Special Topics in Biology
   •  BI 450 - Washington Internship
   •  BI 451, 452, 453, 454 - Biology Internship

Chemistry

   •  CH 100 - Special Topics in Introductory Chemistry with Laboratory
   •  CH 110 - Powering a Modern Society
   •  CH 112 - Science of Art and Artifacts
   •  CH 120 - Chemistry and Society
   •  CH 122 - Chemistry of Food
   •  CH 128 - General Chemistry I with Recitation
   •  CH 130 - General Chemistry I
   •  CH 131 - General Chemistry II
   •  CH 190 - Chemistry Research
   •  CH 220 - Forensic Chemistry
   •  CH 250 - Organic Chemistry I
   •  CH 251 - Organic Chemistry II
   •  CH 260 - Environmental Chemistry
   •  CH 270 - Quantitative Analysis
   •  CH 280 - Physical Chemistry I
   •  CH 281 - Physical Chemistry II
   •  CH 290 - Chemistry Research
   •  CH 310 - Instrumental Analysis
   •  CH 340 - Inorganic Chemistry I
   •  CH 350 - Organic Chemistry III
   •  CH 355 - Polymer Chemistry
   •  CH 360 - Inorganic Chemistry II
   •  CH 370 - Synthesis and Characterization
   •  CH 380 - Physical Chemistry III
   •  CH 390 - Chemistry Research
   •  CH 400 - Independent Study
   •  CH 405 - Special Topics in Chemistry
   •  CH 406 - Special Topics in Chemistry with Laboratory
   •  CH 410 - Research
   •  CH 420 - Research and Seminar I
   •  CH 421 - Research and Seminar II
   •  CH 431 - Chemistry Internship
   •  CH 432 - Chemistry Internship

Chinese

   •  CN 100 - Chinese I
   •  CN 150 - Chinese II
   •  CN 200 - Chinese III
   •  CN 300 - Special Topics in Chinese
   •  CN 301 - Special Topics in Chinese

Classics

   •  CL 101 - Elementary Greek I
   •  CL 102 - Elementary Greek II
   •  CL 103 - Elementary Latin I
   •  CL 104 - Elementary Latin II
   •  CL 201 - Intermediate Greek I
   •  CL 202 - Intermediate Greek II
   •  CL 205 - Intermediate Latin I
   •  CL 206 - Intermediate Latin II
   •  CL 210 - Art and Architecture of the Ancient World
   •  CL 222 - Classical Mythology: The Gods
   •  CL 223 - Classical Mythology: The Heroes
   •  CL 231 - Survey of Greek Literature
   •  CL 232 - Survey of Latin Literature
   •  CL 250 - Classics Special Topics
   •  CL 258 - Etymologies: Words and Word Power
   •  CL 260 - Ancient Law
   •  CL 261 - Ancient Athletics
 

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