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    Hunter College
   
 
  Sep 25, 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. 
 

 

Education: Adolescent

   •  SEDCP 21300 - Methods I: Classroom Organization, Management and Instruction in Mathematics and Science, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDCP 21500 - Methods I: Classroom Organization, Management, and Instruction in Social Studies, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDCP 22000 - Adolescent Health and Safety
   •  SEDCP 32100 - Teaching English Methods to a Diverse Population in Grades 7-12
   •  SEDCP 32200 - Methods II: Instructional Planning for Literacy, Language, and Learning in the Foreign/Heritage Language Classroom, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDCP 32300 - Methods II: Teaching Diverse Learners in Mathematics, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDCP 32400 - Methods II: Teaching Diverse Learners Science, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDCP 32500 - Methods II: Teaching Diverse Learners in Social Studies, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDCP 34100 - Adolescent Fieldwork
   •  SEDCP 45100 - Student Teaching in English, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDCP 45210 - Student Teaching in Chinese, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDCP 45220 - Student Teaching in French, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDCP 45230 - Student Teaching in German, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDCP 45250 - Student Teaching in Hebrew, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDCP 45260 - Student Teaching in Italian, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDCP 45270 - Student Teaching in Russian, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDCP 45280 - Student Teaching in Spanish, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDCP 45300 - Student Teaching in Mathematics, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDCP 45410 - Student Teaching in Biology, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDCP 45420 - Student Teaching in Chemistry, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDCP 45430 - Student Teaching in Physics, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDCP 45500 - Student Teaching in Social Studies, Grades 7-12
   •  SEDF 20300 - Social Foundations of Education, Grades 7-12 (W)
   •  SEDF 20400 - Adolescent Development
   •  SEDF 20500 - Educational Psychology: Applications in Grades 7-12
   •  SEDF 20600 - Assessment of the Teaching and Learning Process in Grades 7-12
   •  SPED 30800 - Teaching Students with Special Needs in Inclusive Settings

Education: Early Childhood

   •  ECC 30000 - Early Childhood Programs and Curricular Frameworks
   •  ECC 30100 - Field work/Internship 1
   •  ECC 30100, 30200, 30300 - Field work/Internships
   •  ECC 30200 - Field work/Internship 2
   •  ECC 30300 - Field work/Internship 3
   •  ECC 30400 - Creative Arts and Play-Based Learning
   •  ECC 30500 - Language and Literacy for Children of Diverse Backgrounds (B-Prekindergarten)
   •  ECC 30600 - Language and Literacy for Children of Diverse Backgrounds, Kindergarten through 2nd Grade
   •  ECC 30800 - Inclusionary Practices and Teaching Children of Diverse Backgrounds
   •  ECC 31000 - Mathematics in Early Childhood
   •  ECC 31100 - Early Childhood Science and Inquiry-Based Learning
   •  ECC 31400 - Health, Family, and Community Partnerships
   •  ECC 40100 - Student Teaching
   •  ECF 20000 - Human Development and Theories of Learning, Prenatal-Age 8
   •  ECF 20100 - Social and Historical Foundations of Early Childhood Care and Education
   •  ECF 40000 - Assessment in Early Childhood, Birth through 2nd Grade

Education: Quest (Childhood)

   •  EDUC 25000 - Introduction to Urban Education: Topics and Issues around Diversity and Equity (W)
   •  QSTAP 40080 - The Art of Effective Teaching
   •  QSTAP 40180 - Developmental Reading
   •  QSTAP 40680 - Mathematics Teaching and Learning in Elementary School
   •  QSTAP 40780 - The Arts: An Interdisciplinary Learning Experience
   •  QSTAP 41080 - Literacy Across the Content Areas
   •  QSTAP 41280 - Teaching Social Studies through Literature, the Arts, and Technology in Elementary Schools
   •  QSTAP 41480 - Teaching Science in Elementary Schools
   •  QSTAP 41580 - Student Teaching
   •  QSTB 20280 - Child Growth and Development
   •  QSTB 40380 - Social Foundations of Urban Education
   •  QSTB 41380 - Psychology of Teaching and Learning
   •  QSTP 30000 - Fieldwork I: Fieldwork for Child Development and Developmental Reading
   •  QSTP 30100 - Fieldwork II: Fieldwork for Literacy Across the Content Areas and Teaching Social Studies through Literature, the Arts, and Technology in Elementary Schools
   •  QSTP 30200 - Fieldwork III: Fieldwork for Mathematics Teaching and Learning in Elementary School and Psychology of Teaching and Learning

Education: Dance Education

   •  DANEP 30200 - Theory and Practice of Teaching Dance (pre-K-12)
   •  SEDCP 45600 - Student Teaching in Dance, Grades Pre-K-12

Education: Health Education

   •  HED 20100 - Women and Health
   •  HED 30500 - Sex Education
   •  HED 30600 - Drugs and Drug Dependencies
   •  HED 48000 - Independent Study in Health Education
   •  HEDP 31400 - Health Education for the Classroom Teacher

Education: Research Course

   •  EDUC 49000 - Honors Course in Educational Research

English: Courses for English Language Learners

   •  ENGL 00200SL - Reading II
   •  ENGL 00400SL - English for Bilingual Students II
   •  ENGL 00500SL - English for Bilingual Students III

English: Introductory and Intermediate Literature Courses

   •  ENGL 22000 - Introduction to Writing about Literature (W)
   •  ENGL 25000 - Topics in Literature
   •  ENGL 25100 - Topics in Literature
   •  ENGL 25200 - Introduction to Literary Studies
   •  ENGL 25400 - Survey of British Literature II: the Eighteenth Century to the Present
   •  ENGL 25500 - Topics in Non-European Literary Traditions (W)
   •  ENGL 25600 - Topics in Literature by Non-European Americans (W)
   •  ENGL 25800 - Topics in Literature by Women (W)
   •  ENGL 35800 - Topics in Literature

English: Advanced Literature, Linguistics and Rhetoric Courses

   •  ENGL 30200 - Introduction to Literary Analysis (W)
   •  ENGL 30300 - Western Literary Backgrounds of British and American Literature
   •  ENGL 30500 - Studies in Children's Literature
   •  ENGL 30600 - Literary Theory (W)
   •  ENGL 31700 - Topics in Non- European Literary Traditions (W)
   •  ENGL 31800 - Topics in Literature of Non-European Americans (W)
   •  ENGL 31900 - Topics in Literature by Women (W)
   •  ENGL 32000 - Multi-Ethnic American Literature (W)
   •  ENGL 32100 - Topics in African American Literature
   •  ENGL 32200 - Topics in Gender and Sexuality in Literature
   •  ENGL 32300 - Topics in Asian American Literature
   •  ENGL 32400 - Topics in Native American Literature
   •  ENGL 32500 - Post-Colonial Literature in English (W)
   •  ENGL 32600 - Topics in US Latina/o Literature
   •  ENGL 32700 - Topics in Caribbean Literature (W)
   •  ENGL 32900 - Topics in Cross-Cultural Literature in English (W)
   •  ENGL 33000 - Sociolinguistics
   •  ENGL 33100 - The Structure of Modern English
   •  ENGL 33200 - History of the English Language (W)
   •  ENGL 33300 - Topics in Language and Linguistics
   •  ENGL 33400 - Beowulf and Other Early Texts
   •  ENGL 33500 - Chaucer
 

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