Prerequisite, MATH110. The first course in a two-semester sequence. See also CHEM102. Atomic and molecular structure, stoichiometry and conservationof mass, thermochemical changes and conservation of energy.
Explore what constitutesethical practices, what interferes with ethical practices, andwhat emerging ethical issues may challenge the newest generationof professional communicators. Cases involve print, broadcast, andInternet news media; photojournalism; graphic design; public relations;and advertising.
A comprehensive introduction to psychologicaland sociological factors that relate to sport involvementand performance. Issues include psychological aspects of elite athletes,motivation and performance, intervention and performanceenhancement, anxiety and skill performance, racial and gender discriminationin sport, and violence in sport.
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A survey of major principles of psychologyand an introduction to scientific modes of thought about behavior.Students participate in ongoing psychological research in thedepartment. PSYC 101 is a prerequisite for all psychology courses.
Survey of international social, political,and cultural patterns in selected societies of Africa, Asia, America,and Europe, stressing comparative analysis of 20th-century conflictsand change in different historical contexts. LAC recitation sectionsoffered in French, German, and Spanish.
First-Year Seminar: Monsters, Murders, and Mayhem in MicrohistoricalAnalysis: French Case Studies
Explores the distinctivefeatures of microhistorical approaches to the past and theattractions of microhistory for the practicing historian. Students willread a rich sampling of recent work (much of it featuring monsters,murder, and mayhem) and try their hand at writing their own microhistories.