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    Hunter College
   
 
  Nov 23, 2017
 
 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2017-2018

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. 
 

 

Chinese Language and Literature

   •  CHIN 40200 - Independent Study in Chinese Literature

Classical Literature (in English)

   •  CLA 25000 - Greek and Roman Tragedy (W)
   •  CLA 25100 - Ancient Comedy (W)
   •  CLA 25300 - Homer and Vergil (W)
   •  CLA 25400 - The Ancient Novel in Translation (W)

Classics: Ancient Culture

   •  CLA 10100 - Classical Mythology
   •  CLA 11000 - The Greek and Latin Roots of English
   •  CLA 20100 - Greek Civilization (W)
   •  CLA 20200 - Hellenistic Civilization (W)
   •  CLA 20300 - Roman Civilization (W)
   •  CLA 24000 - Topics in Classics
   •  CLA 30200 - Comparative Backgrounds of Classical Mythology (W)
   •  CLA 30300 - Religion of Ancient Greece (W)
   •  CLA 30400 - Pagans and Christians (W)
   •  CLA 30500 - Women and Slaves in Classical Antiquity (W)
   •  CLA 30600 - Special Studies in Ancient Greek Culture
   •  CLA 30700 - Special Studies in Ancient Roman Culture
   •  CLA 30800 - Magic and Science in the Ancient World (W)
   •  CLA 31000 - Ancient Sports and Spectacles (W)
   •  CLA 42100 - Independent Study in Classics
   •  CLA 49100 - Honors in Classics
   •  CLA 49800 - Internship

Community Health

   •  COMHE 15200 - Bodies Using Bodies
   •  COMHE 20000 - Controversial Issues in Health and Health Care
   •  COMHE 30100 - Introduction to Community and Public Health
   •  COMHE 30200 - Principles of Health Promotion
   •  COMHE 30300 - Social Structure and Health (W)
   •  COMHE 30400 - Introduction to Health Communication Theory and Practice
   •  COMHE 30600 - Social Disparities in Health
   •  COMHE 32400 - Human Sexuality
   •  COMHE 32500 - Environmental Public Health
   •  COMHE 32800 - Public Health Biology
   •  COMHE 33000 - Principles of Epidemiology
   •  COMHE 40500 - Health Care Systems and Health Policy
   •  COMHE 40800 - Digital Media and Health
   •  COMHE 41100 - Community Health Assessment
   •  COMHE 41200 - Directed Fieldwork Practicum
   •  COMHE 41300 - Research Symposium
   •  COMHE 48010 - Independent Study
   •  COMHE 48020 - Independent Study
   •  COMHE 48030 - Independent Study
   •  COMHE 49000 - Honors

Comparative Literature

   •  COMPL 30100 - Seminar: Approaches to Comparative Literature
   •  COMPL 32000 - Comparative Studies in Prose Fiction
   •  COMPL 32100 - Comparative Studies in Prose Fiction
   •  COMPL 33000 - Comparative Studies in Drama
   •  COMPL 33100 - Comparative Studies in Drama
   •  COMPL 34000 - Perspectives on Literature and the Arts
   •  COMPL 34100 - Perspectives on Literature and the Arts
   •  COMPL 35000 - Comparative Studies in Literary Movements
   •  COMPL 35100 - Comparative Studies in Literary Movements
   •  COMPL 37000 - Comparative Studies in Myth and Folklore
   •  COMPL 37100 - Comparative Studies in Myth and Folklore
   •  COMPL 38000 - Selected Topics in Comparative Literature
   •  COMPL 38100 - Selected Topics in Comparative Literature
   •  COMPL 39000 - Honors Project
   •  COMPL 39100 - Honors Project

Computer Science

   •  CSCI 11500 - Computer Technology in Childhood Education
   •  CSCI 12000 - Introduction to Computers
   •  CSCI 12100 - Computers and Money: Quantitative Reasoning in Context
   •  CSCI 12700 - Introduction to Computer Science (STEM)
   •  CSCI 13200 - Practical UNIX and Programming, with Lab
   •  CSCI 13300 - Programming for Everyone
   •  CSCI 13500 - Software Analysis and Design I
   •  CSCI 13600 - Supervised Programming Lab
   •  CSCI 15000 - Discrete Structures
   •  CSCI 16000 - Computer Architecture I
   •  CSCI 17200 - Topics in Creative Problem Solving
   •  CSCI 18100 - Independent Workshop
   •  CSCI 18200 - Independent Workshop
   •  CSCI 18300 - Independent Workshop
   •  CSCI 23200 - Relational Databases and SQL Programming, with Lab
   •  CSCI 23300 - Programming Projects Seminar for Minors
   •  CSCI 23500 - Software Analysis and Design II
   •  CSCI 24500 - Computer Architecture II
   •  CSCI 26000 - Computer Architecture II
   •  CSCI 26500 - Computer Theory I
   •  CSCI 26700 - Microprocessors and Embedded Systems
   •  CSCI 27500 - Symbolic Logic
   •  CSCI 33500 - Software Analysis and Design III
   •  CSCI 34000 - Operating Systems
   •  CSCI 35000 - Artificial Intelligence
   •  CSCI 35300 - Machine Learning
   •  CSCI 35500 - Introduction to Linear Programming
   •  CSCI 36000 - Computer Architecture III
   •  CSCI 36500 - Computer Theory II
   •  CSCI 37100 - Advanced Symbolic Logic
   •  CSCI 37200 - Logic and Computers
   •  CSCI 37700 - Non-classical Logic
   •  CSCI 39100 - Independent Study in Computer Science
   •  CSCI 39200 - Independent Study in Computer Science
   •  CSCI 39300 - Independent Study in Computer Science
   •  CSCI 39400 - Topics in Computer Science
   •  CSCI 39500 - Topics in Computer Science
   •  CSCI 40500 - Software Engineering
   •  CSCI 41500 - Data Communications and Networks
   •  CSCI 43500 - Database Management
   •  CSCI 45000 - Language Translation
   •  CSCI 46000 - Advanced Programming Languages
   •  CSCI 49300 - Honors Seminar
 

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