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    Hunter College
   
 
  Nov 18, 2017
 
 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Numbering System Each course in the curriculum is defined by an alphabetical prefix and a 3-digit number. The 3-digit number indicates the level of study: 100- and 200-level courses are lower division; 300- and 400-level courses are upper division; 500-, 600- and 700- level courses are graduate courses.

When a W is added to the end of the course number, this means that the course will satisfy the Writing Requirement. However, not all sections of courses with a W meet the writing requirement. Refer to the schedule of classes to see which sections of the course are designated as W.

000-level course designation Developmental courses for ESL students; placement determined by testing of entering students.

100-level course designation Courses with no prerequisites, survey courses or courses defining basic concepts and presenting the terminology of a discipline.

200-level course designation Courses of intermediate college-level difficulty, courses with 100-level course(s) as prerequisite(s) or survey courses devoted to particular areas or fields within a discipline.

300-level course designation Courses of advanced college-level difficulty taken by majors and upper-division students; these are often considered to be courses in the major, offered for students clearly interested in and qualified in the subject.

400-level course designation Advanced upper-division courses and/or seminars, tutorials and honors courses for majors and upperdivision students.

Alphabetical Prefixes The following prefixes are used, preceding the 3-digit number, to designate the field of study. They are listed here alphabetically, with the department or program and field to which they pertain. Specific departments and programs appear alphabetically in the table of contents, the index and the HEGIS Code  section. 
 

 

English: Advanced Literature, Linguistics and Rhetoric Courses

   •  ENGL 39200 - Topics in American Poetry
   •  ENGL 39400 - World Literature: Drama
   •  ENGL 39500 - Survey of American Literature: Origins to the Civil War (W)
   •  ENGL 39600 - American Prose from Reconstruction to World War I
   •  ENGL 39700 - Pre-20th Century American Poetry
   •  ENGL 39800 - Topics in American Fiction
   •  ENGL 39900 - Topics in American Multi-Genre Literature (W)
   •  ENGL 48200 - Special Studies Seminar
   •  ENGL 48300 - Special Studies Seminar
   •  ENGL 48400 - Special Studies Seminar
   •  ENGL 48469 - Advanced Poetry Writing
   •  ENGL 48476 - Narrative Forms: Strategies in Fiction Writing
   •  ENGL 48483 - Character, Class, Conflict in Contemporary Firction
   •  ENGL 48491 - Creative Non-Fiction
   •  ENGL 48500 - Individual Tutorial Project
   •  ENGL 49000 - Advanced Topics Seminar
   •  ENGL 49400 - Honors Seminar: Special Studies
   •  ENGL 49800 - Internship

English Composition Workshops

   •  XXX XXXXX - Writing Precept

English: Writing Courses

   •  ENGL 12000 - Expository Writing
   •  ENGL 20100 - Intermediate Expository Writing Using Small-Group Methods
   •  ENGL 21800 - Advanced Expository Writing
   •  ENGL 30000 - Introduction to Creative Writing
   •  ENGL 30100 - Theory and Practice of Expository Writing
   •  ENGL 30800 - Workshop in Non-Fiction I
   •  ENGL 30900 - Workshop in Non-Fiction II
   •  ENGL 31100 - Workshop in Fiction I
   •  ENGL 31300 - Workshop in Fiction II
   •  ENGL 31400 - Workshop in Poetry I
   •  ENGL 31600 - Workshop in Poetry II
   •  ENGL 48455 - Advanced Prose Writing

Film and Media: Film—Basic Courses

   •  FILM 10100 - Introduction to Cinema
   •  FILMP 15000 - Media & Film in a Digital Age I
   •  FILMP 16000 - Media & Film in a Digital Age II

Film and Media: Film—Intermediate Courses

   •  FILM 20100 - Practical Film Analysis
   •  FILM 21100 - Film History I: 1895-1942
   •  FILM 21200 - Film History II: Since 1942
   •  FILM 21300 - National Cinema
   •  FILM 21305 - National Cinema: Italian Cinema
   •  FILM 21344 - Israeli Cinema
   •  FILM 21351 - National Cinema: French New Wave
   •  FILM 21355 - National Cinema: Asian Cinema
   •  FILM 21400 - Multicultural Perspectives in Cinema
   •  FILM 21500 - Women and Film
   •  FILM 22200 - Topics in Genre Studies
   •  FILM 22252 - Topics in Genre Studies: “The Woman's Film” of the 1940s
   •  FILM 22400 - Cinematic Space
   •  FILM 23000 - Movies in American Culture
   •  FILM 23100 - Studies of Selected Directors
   •  FILM 23200 - Experimental Film and Video
   •  FILMP 25100 - Film Production I
   •  FILMP 27600 - Screen Writing I - The Short (W)
   •  FILMP 28600 - Location Sound

Film and Media: Film—Upper-Level Courses

   •  FILM 31500 - Nonfiction Film and Video
   •  FILM 32200 - Contemporary Film Theory
   •  FILM 32300 - Film Technology and Aesthetic Theory
   •  FILM 32351 - Aesthetics of Film Sound
   •  FILM 32400 - Narrative Strategies
   •  FILM 32600 - America in American Film and Video
   •  FILM 32700 - Representations of Race and Ethnicity in U.S. Media
   •  FILM 32800 - Images of Resistance in the Developing World
   •  FILM 33200 - Myths and Images in the Media
   •  FILM 33300 - Styles and Theories of Film Acting
   •  FILM 33400 - Theatricality and the Presentation of Self
   •  FILM 34400 - History of Cinematography
   •  FILM 39100 - Problems in Film Research
   •  FILM 39700 - Topics in Film History
   •  FILMP 31100 - Directing Documentary Video Production
   •  FILMP 31600 - Experimental Production
   •  FILMP 34100 - Producing the Film
   •  FILMP 35200 - Film Production II
   •  FILMP 37100 - Screen Directing I
   •  FILMP 37200 - Screen Directing II
   •  FILMP 37700 - Screen Writing II The Feature (W)
   •  FILMP 38100 - Techniques of Cinematography
   •  FILMP 38200 - Narrative Editing
   •  FILMP 38300 - Sound Design
   •  FILMP 38400 - Film and Video Production
   •  MEDIA 36300 - Concepts in Gaming

Film and Media: Film—Special Topics, Honors, and Advanced Studies

   •  FILM 29900 - Special Topics in Film
   •  FILM 39900 - Studies in Film
   •  FILM 40100 - Independent Research
   •  FILM 40200 - Honors Project
   •  FILM 49800 - Internship
   •  FILM 49900 - Advanced Seminar
   •  FILMP 39900 - Special Topics in Advanced Film Practice
   •  FILMP 45100 - Film and Video Production Seminar
   •  FILMP 49800 - Internship
   •  MEDP 29900 - Special Topics in Media Production

Film and Media: Media—Basic Courses

   •  MEDIA 18000 - Introduction to Media Studies

Film and Media: Media—Analytical Courses

   •  MEDIA 21000 - Journalism and Society
   •  MEDIA 26000 - Internet and Society
   •  MEDIA 27100 - Television Culture
   •  MEDIA 28000 - Understanding New Media
   •  MEDIA 29700 - Interviewing Techniques
   •  MEDIA 29800 - Special Topics in Media Studies
   •  MEDIA 31300 - The Culture of Publicity
   •  MEDIA 31400 - Public Relations: Theory and Practice (W)
   •  MEDIA 31500 - Nonfiction Film and Video
   •  MEDIA 32600 - America in American Film and Video
 

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