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    Berry College
   
 
  Sep 20, 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.

 

Communication

   •  COM 307 - Commercial Photography and Production
   •  COM 311 - Sports Journalism
   •  COM 314 - Oral Interpretation
   •  COM 320 - Programming and Distribution
   •  COM 323 - Multimedia Reporting
   •  COM 326 - Scriptwriting and Copywriting
   •  COM 329 - Digital Storytelling
   •  COM 332 - Entrepreneurial Journalism
   •  COM 353 - Visual Journalism
   •  COM 375 - Principles of Public Relations
   •  COM 380 - Public Relations Writing
   •  COM 385 - Public Relations Cases and Campaigns
   •  COM 405 - Applied Graphic Design
   •  COM 415 I - Theories of Communication
   •  COM 416 I - Media Law
   •  COM 417 - Methods of Audience Analysis
   •  COM 418 - Gender and Media
   •  COM 425 - Narrative Video Production
   •  COM 428 - Topics in Communication
   •  COM 429 - Seminar in Communication
   •  COM 450 - Senior Seminar in Ethics
   •  COM 496 - Academic Internship
   •  COM 498 - Directed Study

Computer Science

   •  CSC 103 - Creative Computing
   •  CSC 104 - Computing for Scientists and Engineers
   •  CSC 120 - Designing Programs: Problem-Solving and Abstraction (Foundations F2a)
   •  CSC 219 - Discrete Structures
   •  CSC 225 - Data Structures and Algorithms
   •  CSC 235 - Physical Computing: Introduction to Embedded Systems
   •  CSC 245 - Web Technologies and Programming
   •  CSC 315 - Theoretical Topics in Computer Science
   •  CSC 345 - Elements of Computing Systems
   •  CSC 420 - Advanced Topics in Computer Science
   •  CSC 498 - Directed Study

Creative Technology

   •  CRT 101 - Introduction to Prototyping
   •  CRT 300 - Rapid and Improvisational Prototyping
   •  CRT 310 I - Innovation & Commercialization
   •  CRT 320 - Programmable Logic Controllers & Advanced Robotics
   •  CRT 399 - Intermediate Design Studio
   •  CRT 420 - Special Topics
   •  CRT 496 - Technology Internship
   •  CRT 498 - Directed Study
   •  CRT 499 I - Design Project Capstone

Dance

   •  DAN 123 - Ballroom I
   •  DAN 143 - Ballroom II
   •  DAN 152 - Modern Dance I
   •  DAN 153 - Modern Dance II
   •  DAN 154 - Middle Eastern Dance Technique I
   •  DAN 155 - Middle Eastern Dance Technique II
   •  DAN 156 - Ballet I
   •  DAN 157 - Ballet II
   •  DAN 158 - Tap I
   •  DAN 159 - Tap II
   •  DAN 160 - Ballet III
   •  DAN 161 - Ballet IV
   •  DAN 167 - Jazz I
   •  DAN 168 - Jazz II
   •  DAN 202 - Dance Performance
   •  DAN 206 - Experiencing Dance
   •  DAN 210 - Improvisation: Dance Composition I
   •  DAN 220 - Music for Dancers
   •  DAN 228 - Special Topics
   •  DAN 307 - Choreography: Dance Composition II
   •  DAN 308 - Children's Creative Dance
   •  DAN 410 - History of Dance
   •  DAN 420 - Dance Pedagogy
   •  DAN 498 - Directed Study

Economics

   •  ECO 110 - Markets and Society (Foundations F4c)
   •  ECO 150 - The Wealth and Poverty of Nations (Foundation F3b, F4c)
   •  ECO 160 - The Economics of Crime and Punishment (Foundations F4c)
   •  ECO 170 - Principles of Environmental Economics (Foundation F4c)
   •  ECO 190 - The Economics of Immigration (Foundation F4c & 3b)
   •  ECO 202 - Elements of Macroeconomics
   •  ECO 210 - Principles of Managerial Economics
   •  ECO 300 - Economics Colloquium
   •  ECO 310 - History of Economic Thought
   •  ECO 315 I - Economic History of the United States
   •  ECO 320 - Sports Economics
   •  ECO 330 I - Public Economics
   •  ECO 331 - Financial Markets, Institutions and Money
   •  ECO 335 - Risk and Insurance
   •  ECO 350 I - Economic Development
   •  ECO 360 - Economic Analysis of Law
   •  ECO 370 - Environmental Economics
   •  ECO 380 - Health Economics
   •  ECO 401 - Microeconomics
   •  ECO 402 - Macroeconomics
   •  ECO 420 - Econometrics
   •  ECO 440 - International Economics and Finance
   •  ECO 490 - Special Topics in Economics
   •  ECO 496 - Academic Internship
   •  ECO 498 - Directed Study (Economics)
   •  ECO 499 - Senior Research Seminar in Economics

Teacher Education

   •  EDU 102 - Orientation to Teacher Education
   •  EDU 204 - Introduction to Applied Linguistics
   •  EDU 205 - Foundations of Education and Psychology (Grades P-5)
   •  EDU 206 - Foundations of Education and Psychology (Grades 4-12)
   •  EDU 215 - Integrated Arts and Cultures for Middle Grades
   •  EDU 216 - Culture and Communities in Middle Grades
   •  EDU 221 - Exploration in Diverse Cultures Seminar
 

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