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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.

 

Nursing

   •  NUR 421 - Professional Nursing Practice- Adult II
   •  NUR 422 - Senior Internship
   •  NUR 423 - Capstone- Quality of Care
   •  NUR 424 - Professional Nursing Practice- Leadership and Management
   •  NUR 450 - Special Topics In Nursing
   •  NUR 498 - Directed Studies C

One Health

   •  OHS 200 - Concepts in One Health
   •  OHS 300 - Case Studies in One Health
   •  OHS 480 - Advanced Topics in One Health
   •  OHS 490 - One Health Seminar
   •  OHS 496 - One Health Academic Internship
   •  OHS 498 - Directed Studies in One Health

Philosophy

   •  PHI 150 - Introduction to Philosophy (Foundations F4a)
   •  PHI 152 - Critical Thinking
   •  PHI 250 - Speical Topics in Philosophy
   •  PHI 318 - Ancient Political Philosophy
   •  PHI 319 - Modern Political Philosophy
   •  PHI 326 - Advanced Topics in Philosophy
   •  PHI 329 - The Philosophy of C.S. Lewis
   •  PHI 350 - Philosophy of Law
   •  PHI 351 - Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
   •  PHI 352 - Early Modern Philosophy
   •  PHI 353 - Symbolic Logic
   •  PHI 355 I - Philosophy of Religion
   •  PHI 357 - Later Modern Philosophy
   •  PHI 358 - Bioethics
   •  PHI 359 I - Environmental Ethics
   •  PHI 365 - Ethics
   •  PHI 425 I - Senior Thesis
   •  PHI 450 - Advanced Philosophy Seminar
   •  PHI 498 - Directed Study

Physics

   •  PHY 101 - Investigations in Physics (Foundations F4d)
   •  PHY 111 - General Physics I with Algebra (Foundations F4d)
   •  PHY 112 - General Physics II with Algebra
   •  PHY 211 - General Physics I with Calculus (Foundations F4d)
   •  PHY 212 - General Physics II with Calculus
   •  PHY 240 - Practical Electronics
   •  PHY 307 I - Modern Physics
   •  PHY 320 - Mathematical Methods in Physics
   •  PHY 321 I - Computational Methods in Physics
   •  PHY 350 I - Experimental Methods in Physics
   •  PHY 402 - Classical Mechanics
   •  PHY 403 - Electrodynamics
   •  PHY 410 - Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics
   •  PHY 411 - Advanced Topics
   •  PHY 430 - Quantum Mechanics
   •  PHY 433 - Solid State Physics
   •  PHY 435 - Subatomic Physics
   •  PHY 450 - Advanced Experimental Physics
   •  PHY 490 - Physics and Astronomy Seminar
   •  PHY 496 - Academic Internship
   •  PHY 498 - Directed Study

Psychology

   •  PSY 101 - Introduction to Psychology (Foundations F4c)
   •  PSY 207 - Psychology of Personality
   •  PSY 211 I - Human Sexuality
   •  PSY 221 - Life-Span Developmental Psychology
   •  PSY 222 - Concepts/Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis
   •  PSY 240 - Educational Psychology
   •  PSY 260 - Research Methods and Statistics I
   •  PSY 261 - Research Methods and Statistics II
   •  PSY 298 - Research Practicum
   •  PSY 303 I - Health Psychology in Sociocultural Context
   •  PSY 304 - Social Psychology
   •  PSY 315 - Counseling Theory
   •  PSY 316 - Counseling Practice
   •  PSY 318 - Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSY 323 - Experiential Education Leadership Development
   •  PSY 342 - Child and Adolescent Psychology
   •  PSY 350 - Industrial and Organizational Psychology
   •  PSY 352 - Applied Practice in Behavior Analysis
   •  PSY 353 - Single Subject Design in Applied Behavior Analysis
   •  PSY 355 - Psychology of Interpersonal Relations
   •  PSY 362 I - Research Seminar in Psychology
   •  PSY 385 I - Psychology of Women
   •  PSY 390 - Adulthood and Aging
   •  PSY 401 - Psychological Testing
   •  PSY 405 I - Learning
   •  PSY 406 I - Cognitive Psychology
   •  PSY 410 - Sensory and Perceptual Processes
   •  PSY 411 - Behavioral Neuroscience
   •  PSY 434 I - Psychology and Education of Exceptional Children and Youth
   •  PSY 441 - Seminar on Neuroscience, Learning, and Cognition
   •  PSY 442 - Seminar in Social Processes and Individual Differences
   •  PSY 443 - Seminar in Human Development
   •  PSY 444 - Seminar in Behavioral and Cultural Diversity
   •  PSY 445 - Seminar in the Applications of Psychology
   •  PSY 454 - Advanced Strategies for Behavior Change
   •  PSY 470 I - History and Systems of Psychology
   •  PSY 496 - Academic Internship
   •  PSY 498 - Directed Study

Religion

   •  REL 100 - Intro to Religious Studies (Foundations F3a, b or c; F4a)
   •  REL 101 - Interpreting the Old Testament (Foundations F4a)
   •  REL 103 - Introduction to Christian Theology (Foundations F4a)
   •  REL 200 - Asian Religions
   •  REL 202 - Interpreting the New Testament (Foundations F4a)
   •  REL 206 - Indigenous Religions
   •  REL 207 - Introduction to Christian Ethics
   •  REL 209 - Abrahamic Religions
   •  REL 227 - New Testament Greek
   •  REL 250 - Theology of Vocation
 

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