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    Berry College
   
 
  Nov 21, 2017
 
 
    
2017-18 Undergraduate Catalog

Classification of Courses


Numbering System

The college course-numbering system is as follows:
100–200 freshman- and sophomore-level courses
300–400 junior- and senior-level courses

Courses offered at the 100 level and 200 level are deemed to be introductory in nature, requiring little or no prerequisite disciplinary preparation in terms of skill or knowledge for student entry into and subsequent success in the course. Courses at the 300 level and 400 level are deemed to be more advanced, frequently requiring prerequisite disciplinary or skill preparation for student entry into and subsequent success in the course. Responsibility for recommending appropriate course levels lies with the department offering the course; if initially endorsed by the appropriate school, the recommendations are forwarded through the schools to the Academic Council for approval for inclusion in the College Catalog

Prefixes

Three-letter prefixes designate the areas or disciplines in which courses reside. Those prefixes are used within the schools’ detailing of

ACC Accounting GER German
ANS Animal Science GOV International Studies and Political Science
ANT Anthropology HIS History
ART Art HON Honors
AST Astronomy IDS Interdisciplinary Studies
BCC Berry College Courses KIN Kinesiology
BIO Biology LCS Latin American and Caribbean Studies
BUS Business MAT Mathematics
CHM Chemistry MGT Management
COM Communication MKT Marketing
CSC Computer Science MUS Music
DAN Dance NUR Nursing
ECO Economics PHI Philosophy
EDU Teacher Education PHY Physics
ENG English PSY Psychology
ENV Environmental Studies REL Religion
EVS Environmental Sciences RHW Rhetoric and Writing
FAM Family Studies SOC Sociology
FIN Finance SPA Spanish
FLM Film STA Study Abroad
FRE French THE Theatre
GEO Geology WNS Women’s and Gender Studies

Requirements in the majors and within the general-education listing earlier in the catalog.

Other Abbreviations Used

CI Consent of Instructor JS Junior Standing PR Prerequisite
CR Co-requisite SS Senior Standing I Writing Intensive

Hours and Credits

The three numbers following the title of each course (ex. 3-2-4) indicate, in sequence, hours of lecture, hours of laboratory and hours of credit. In the example, the class will meet three hours for lecture and two hours for laboratory. Students will receive four semester hours of credit.

 

Berry College Courses

   •  BCC 099 - Library Skills
   •  BCC 100 - First-Year Seminar
   •  BCC 150 - Career Development
   •  BCC 200 - Special Topics
   •  BCC 300 - Special Topics
   •  BCC 400 - Special Topics

Biology

   •  BIO 103 - Biological Inquiry (Foundations F4d)
   •  BIO 105 - Human Organism (Foundations F4d)
   •  BIO 106 - Biological Diversity (Foundations F4d)
   •  BIO 107 - The Great Neglected Diseases (Foundations F4d)
   •  BIO 108 - Understanding Human Genetics (Foundations F4d)
   •  BIO 111 - Principles of Cell Biology (Foundations F4d)
   •  BIO 180 - Biology Field Studies (Foundations F4d)
   •  BIO 202 - Principles of Zoology
   •  BIO 206 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I
   •  BIO 207 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II
   •  BIO 215 - Principles of Microbiology, Botany, and Ecology
   •  BIO 300 - Cell Biology
   •  BIO 301 - Microbiology
   •  BIO 302 - Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy
   •  BIO 303 I - Comparative Animal Physiology
   •  BIO 304 - Genetics
   •  BIO 305 - General Ecology
   •  BIO 307 - Entomology
   •  BIO 311 I - Field Botany
   •  BIO 313 I - Forest Ecology
   •  BIO 330 I - Developmental Biology
   •  BIO 331 I - Invertebrate Zoology
   •  BIO 332 I - Vertebrate Zoology
   •  BIO 334 - Wildlife Diseases
   •  BIO 335 I - Parasitology
   •  BIO 339 I - Plant Physiology
   •  BIO 345 I - Evolutionary Biology
   •  BIO 352 I - Immunology
   •  BIO 353 I - Epidemiology and Public Health
   •  BIO 383 - Tropical Biodiversity and Conservation
   •  BIO 405 - Conservation Biology
   •  BIO 415 I - Behavioral Ecology
   •  BIO 436 I - Advanced Cellular and Molecular Biology
   •  BIO 451 - Molecular Biology
   •  BIO 455 - Advanced Ecology
   •  BIO 465 I - Aquatic Biology
   •  BIO 480 - Advanced Topics in Biology
   •  BIO 482 - Coral Reef Ecology
   •  BIO 490 - Seminar in Biology
   •  BIO 496 - Academic Internship
   •  BIO 498 - Directed Study
   •  BIO 499 - Senior Thesis

Business Administration

   •  BUS 107 - Business-Information Management
   •  BUS 160 - Introductory Business Topics
   •  BUS 210 - Legal Environment of Business
   •  BUS 211 - Business Statistics
   •  BUS 212 - Gender and Business
   •  BUS 308 - Ethical Issues in Business
   •  BUS 316 - Information Systems
   •  BUS 335 - Risk and Insurance
   •  BUS 358 - Current Topics in Business
   •  BUS 410 - International Business
   •  BUS 416 - Business and Society
   •  BUS 460 - Seminar in Selected Business Topics
   •  BUS 499 I - Global Business Strategy

Chemistry

   •  CHM 102 - Introduction to Chemistry (Foundations F4d)
   •  CHM 108 - General Chemistry I (Foundations F4d)
   •  CHM 109 - General Chemistry II
   •  CHM 221 - Organic Chemistry I
   •  CHM 222 - Organic Chemistry II
   •  CHM 223 - Organic Chemistry for Life Sciences I
   •  CHM 224 - Organic Chemistry for Life Sciences II
   •  CHM 250 - Environmental Chemistry
   •  CHM 315 I - Analytical Chemistry
   •  CHM 331 I - Physical Chemistry: Foundations
   •  CHM 332 - Physical Chemistry: Applications
   •  CHM 341 - Biochemistry I
   •  CHM 342 - Biochemistry II
   •  CHM 343 - Experimental Biochemistry
   •  CHM 343L - Biochemistry Lab
   •  CHM 375 I - Medicinal Chemistry
   •  CHM 405 I - Inorganic Chemistry
   •  CHM 411 - Instrumental Analysis
   •  CHM 421 - Advanced Organic Chemistry and Spectroscopy
   •  CHM 443 I - Advanced Biochemistry
   •  CHM 451 - Senior Thesis
   •  CHM 480 - Advanced Topics in Chemistry
   •  CHM 490 - Seminar
   •  CHM 496 - Academic Internship
   •  CHM 498 - Directed Study

Communication

   •  COM 200 - Participation
   •  COM 200A - Participation
   •  COM 203 - Rhetoric and Public Address (Foundations F1b)
   •  COM 204 - Rhetoric and Public Address (COM majors) Foundations F1b
   •  COM 205 - Sports Communication
   •  COM 206 - Voice and Diction Improvement
   •  COM 220 - Foundations of Mass Communication
   •  COM 228 - Special Topics in Communication
   •  COM 250 - Reporting and Writing
   •  COM 253 - Photography
   •  COM 270 - Visual Rhetoric
   •  COM 302 - Visual Media Criticism
   •  COM 303 - Editing
   •  COM 305 - Multimedia Production
 

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