Jeanette Ben Farhat Santa Rosa Junior College

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Jeanette Ben Farhat Santa Rosa Junior College"

Transcription

1 Jeanette Ben Farhat Santa Rosa Junior College Jeanette received her Bachelor of Arts in Social Science from San Francisco State University and her Master s Degree in Political Science from the University of California at Berkeley. She has taught U.S. Government and International Relations at SRJC since Her particular areas of interest are the politics of food, conflict resolution, and political developments in the Middle East and Italy. She devoted her 2015 sabbatical leave to exploring the impact of climate change on food security and conducted much of her research in Spain and Italy. She is also a member of the Institute for Environmental Education committee at SRJC and is working to promote environmental studies on campus. Travel has been an important part of Jeanette's education. She traveled to India with Gandhi's grandson to learn about social and economic programs established by Gandhi; visited farm worker cooperatives in Northern Spain, Cuba, and Peru; and studied Spanish and Italian in Spain and Italy respectively. She has also traveled throughout Europe, North Africa, Mexico, and Canada. She taught in Florence in spring 2011 and is excited to return to explore Italy s rich history as well as current political issues. POLS 1: Introduction to US Politics ; Recommended Preparation: Eligibility for ENGL 1A. In Florence we will have a unique opportunity to examine the workings of the U.S. government from the vantage point of Europe. We will also compare the features of the U.S. governing system with Italy s political system where appropriate. In this class, we will examine the interplay among the U.S. government s main political institutions and evaluate how this influences the ability of the public to control policy and the country's ability to respond to pressing economic and social problems, especially with respect to food policies. POLS 25: Introduction to International Relations ; Recommended Preparation: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or equivalent How are countries facing the challenges of climate change, mass migrations, and terrorism? In this course we ll explore these and other international issues through lectures, films, role playing exercises, and simulations. We begin the course by defining international relations and looking at some of the analytical tools, concepts, and theories IR scholars use to study the behavior of states in the international system. In the second half of the course, our class will assume the role of the Italian government in an online international negotiation in which you will work with other countries to formulate global solutions to current environmental, human rights, and security issues. There will be two live summits (online) which may take place outside scheduled class time. HIST 4.1: History of Western Civilization to 1648 C.E. ; Recommended Preparation: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or equivalent A survey of Western Civilizations to 1648 C.E. The course begins with the Ancient Near East, and includes the study of ancient Greece, ancient Rome, the Middle Ages, and the Renaissance. Special attention will be given to Italy during the time of Rome, the Middle Ages, and, of course, the Renaissance. What better place to study the Renaissance than the city that gave birth to this cultural movement!

2 Emily Wilson Los Rios Community College District ART 300: Drawing and Composition I This course introduces observational drawing and composition. Development of the ability to perceive and define shape, contour, volume, space, and value using a variety of drawing media and subject matter is emphasized. It focuses on the clarity of observational skills and the ability to translate threedimensional form and space into two-dimensional drawings. Field trips in Florence will be used to focus on examples of architectural perspective and drawing techniques established by Renaissance artists who used these skills and techniques in their own works. ART 302: Drawing and Composition II Prerequisite: ART 300 with a Grade of "C" or better This course further develops the skills and concepts introduced in ART 300. Relationships between formal elements such as line, shape, color, texture, value, perspective, and spatial relationships are covered. Emphasis is placed on creative use of materials. It also includes critiques of student, historical, and contemporary works of art. Field trips in Florence will be used to focus on examples of the Renaissance to Modern artist s development of personal artistic style. ARTH 300: Introduction to Art This course is a survey of the history and analysis of the visual arts, including drawing, painting, sculpture, architecture, and additional media. It offers a foundation for understanding art. Field trips in and around Florence to art galleries, museums, and significant landmarks will be used to show examples of architecture, sculpture, and visual artworks spanning antiquity to contemporary periods. ART 336: Watercolor Painting Description: This course is an introduction to the medium and materials used in watercolor painting. We will focus on the city of Florence and the surrounding area as subject matter to learn basic watercolor techniques. This course will often meet in different locations throughout the city of Florence in order to paint from observation. Students will explore the use of watercolor materials including pigment, brushes and paper. With Florence as a backdrop, students will learn various traditional techniques including washes, painting on dry and wet surfaces, color mixing, creating texture and layering. Composition will be taught with respect to color, pattern, light, space and style. Field trips may include the Boboli gardens, the Palazzo Del Bargello and the Galleria dell Accademia. Carolyn Seefer Contra Costa Community College District Professor Carolyn Seefer has been teaching for almost 30 years and has been a full-time business professor at Diablo Valley College since She earned her BBA in Industrial Relations from the University of Georgia in 1984 and her MBA in Financial Management from JFK University in In addition to teaching, she is extremely active on campus, where she serves as Faculty Advisor for Phi Beta Lambda (an international student business organization); is a member of the DVC Scholarship

3 Committee, and serves as her division representative on the Academic Senate. She is also a textbook author, with several published textbooks and teaching materials in the business communications and business English areas. In addition to her love of business, Professor Seefer is passionate about art, history, music, literature, and culture. She plans to integrate all of these areas into her business classes in Florence to ensure that students get a full and rich experience. She is especially excited that business students have been given the opportunity to study abroad in Florence, where they will gain the skills necessary to be strong and effective business leaders in the global marketplace. Professor Seefer taught in Florence during the Spring 2007 semester and is thrilled to have the opportunity to share this life-changing experience with her students once again. BUS 109: Introduction to Business Recommended: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent This course provides an introduction to the study of the modern business enterprise. We will examine the role of business in a market economy, survey current business trends, and evaluate the global, financial, and social environments in which businesses exist and operate. The course will describe the evolution, formation, and management of American and international businesses, and provide a basic understanding of various functional areas of business, including economics, marketing, finance, management, human resources, international operations, and business decision-making using information technology. During our semester in Florence, we will consider how these various functional areas of business are handled in Italy as compared to other countries around the world. Other topics will include business ethics, social responsibility, and the influence of technology on business operations throughout the world. We will take local field trips, including visits with Florence s artisans, who still operate and thrive in the narrow alleyways and streets of Florence. We will use what we learn from these visits to develop a small business plan for a business that could be successful in Italy, as well as a marketing plan for a fund raiser for an Italian nonprofit organization. We will also take part in a stock portfolio project, investing in global stocks, including those of Italian companies. In addition, we will take a day trip to Rome, the largest city in Italy and the home of banking, aerospace, publishing, insurance, and high-tech industries. Special emphasis throughout the course will be given to the Italian Renaissance and its influence on today s business environment, including the roles of the Medici and of Luca Pacioli, the Father of Accounting. BUS 209: International Business Recommended: BUS 109 and eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent This course provides an overview of the theories and practices of modern international businesses. We will examine the key functional areas related to global businesses, including international marketing, finance, and management, as well as the political, social, economic, and cultural factors that help shape and influence today s international business environment. During our semester in Florence, we will compare Italy s business climate with those of other countries around the world, including the makeup of Italy s GDP, key Italian industries, Italy s major trading partners, and its methods for managing foreign exchange rates. Other topics will include business ethics, social responsibility, and the economic challenges Italy and other countries face in the 21st century, including international terrorism, an aging population, and a shift to a global information society. We will

4 take field trips to local businesses and banks, and we will speak with local businesspeople about Italian business customs and the effect that global business has had in Italy. In addition, we will take a day trip to Milan, the financial capital of Italy and one of the premier business centers in the world. Special emphasis throughout the course will be given to the Italian Renaissance and its influence on today s business environment, including the important role the Medici family played in the birth and development of banking. BUS 294: Business Law Recommended: BUS 109; Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent This course provides a general overview of the specific areas of the legal environment that affect individuals and businesses. Major emphasis will be placed on contracts; and other subjects studied may include legal history, civil procedure, constitutional law, torts, intellectual property, cyber law, criminal law, international law, labor and employment law, and law agencies. During our semester in Florence, we will compare Italy s legal system with the legal systems of other countries around the world, particularly our legal system in the United States. We will have guest speakers and on-site visits with individuals in the legal field. We will also visit local law firms and law-related buildings, both modern and ancient, including the Tribunal of Florence and the Complesso di San Firenze. Other topics will include the emerging areas of law that present challenges to businesses in Italy and other countries in the 21st century, including environmental law, e-commerce law, and health care law. In addition, we will take a day trip to Rome to discover the roots of ancient Roman law and to discuss its influence on legal systems throughout the world. Jessica Marshall San Mateo County Community College District Jessica Marshall is a professor of Anthropology at Cañada College. She holds a BA in Anthropology, a BA in Photography, and a BA in Journalism from California State University Sacramento, and a MA in Visual Anthropology from the University of Kent in England. She has taught for 12 years during which she received the Berndt Museum of Anthropology Foundation Post-graduate award in Australia, and was nominated for the Stanback-Stroud Diversity Award through the Academic Senate. Before teaching, Jessica worked as an archaeologist for 8 years and traveled extensively around the globe. Twenty years ago she was a community college student in the Study Abroad Florence program, the same program she will now be teaching in. ANTH 125: Introduction to Physical Anthropology No student of anthropology can ignore the importance of biological classification to the development of evolutionary thought, and Florence is where biological classification was first conceived. Even before Linnaeus outlined the kingdoms and orders we use today, the herbarium at the Botanical Museum at the University of Florence established the first rules for biological classification in 1563, and it s still open to students! In addition, the History of Science Museum there houses the telescope that Galileo used to reframe the trajectory of modern scientific thought, and we ll have the opportunity to see that telescope. This science course is a broad introduction to physical anthropology, emphasizing the evolution of the human species. Topics include a brief overview of the field of anthropology, scientific method, history of evolutionary theory, genetics and inheritance, basic cell biology, human variation, biology and behavior of

5 living primates, fossil evidence of human evolution, bio-cultural evolution, speciation, climate change, and the impact our species has had on the planet. ANTH 351: Archaeology ; Prerequisite: Eligibility for College Reading & Composition (SRJC s ENGL 1A) This course is an introduction to the field of Archaeology. Students will be introduced to the theories, concepts, and methods employed by archaeologists in the study of the human past. Florence s Archaeology Museum is world class, housing antiquities from every corner of the classical world, and the National Museum of Anthropology & Ethnology is one of the most important anthropology museums in all of Europe. We re also close to Perugia, where some of the finest examples of surviving Etruscan architecture stand. For students who want to travel a bit further, Pompeii and Hurculaneum are worth a visit. ANTH 110: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology This course is an introduction to the various customs, traditions, and forms of social organizations in both western and non-western societies. Multicultural perspectives are examined for such topics including subsistence methods, belief and religious systems, linguistics, arts, kinship systems, marriage and family systems, technology, war, politics, and changes due to internal and external forces. Florence is the ideal place to vest our studies, the birthplace of Humanism. Students will be able to apply the concepts and methods of learning about human culture to their everyday life and Florence s history. Concepts such as culture shock and ethnocentrism will come alive with weekly assignments to immerse students in Florentine culture. What better place to discuss human culture while abroad?

A-H 106 RENAISSANCE THROUGH MODERN ART. (3) Historical development of Western art and architecture from the fourteenth century through the present.

A-H 106 RENAISSANCE THROUGH MODERN ART. (3) Historical development of Western art and architecture from the fourteenth century through the present. # 101 INTRODUCTION TO VISUAL STUDIES. (3) The course introduces students to the concepts and techniques of visual literacy. It explores a full spectrum of man-made visual forms encountered by contemporary

More information

ART AND ART HISTORY. Faculty. Programs Offered

ART AND ART HISTORY. Faculty. Programs Offered ART AND ART HISTORY DEPARTMENT OFFICE Art Building 128 (707) 664-2364 www.sonoma.edu/art/ DEPARTMENT CHAIR Jennifer Shaw ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR Cindy Menghini Faculty Nathan Haenlein Kurt Kemp Jann

More information

Plan B. Plan B. CSU General Education-Breadth Courses 2016 2017. AREA A English Language Communication & Critical Thinking

Plan B. Plan B. CSU General Education-Breadth Courses 2016 2017. AREA A English Language Communication & Critical Thinking Plan B CSU General Education-Breadth Courses 2016 2017 AREA A English Language Communication & Critical Thinking Three courses and a minimum of 9 semester units are required. Select one course from each

More information

International Studies Requirements

International Studies Requirements International Studies Requirements Component III: Approved Cognates Courses course attribute CANC *Highly recommended course because of its international content and/or the likelihood that it coordinates

More information

ART & DESIGN. Art & Design Computer Lab and Studios. Apple Laptop Program for Art & Design Majors. Internships in Art & Design.

ART & DESIGN. Art & Design Computer Lab and Studios. Apple Laptop Program for Art & Design Majors. Internships in Art & Design. SACRED HEART UNIVERSITY UNDERGRADUATE CATALOG 2013-2014 ART & DESIGN Real world Art & Design training set within a liberal arts-based curriculum is the mission of the Department of Art & Design at Sacred

More information

Political Science (POLI)

Political Science (POLI) Political Science (POLI) POLITICAL SCIENCE (POLI) 201 [GOVT 201]. American Politics. Credit 3 hours. A study of the problems, principles, and structure of the American national political system. Offered

More information

Art Appreciation - Textbook

Art Appreciation - Textbook (800) 377-5890 Online.LaurelSprings.com Art Appreciation - Textbook Course Description Grades 9-12 Art Appreciation introduces students to the world of art in a sophisticated way, providing them with the

More information

Bachelor of Arts in History

Bachelor of Arts in History Stetson University Bachelor of Arts in History General Education Requirements The student must complete the General Education Requirements for the College of Arts and Sciences for the Bachelor of Arts

More information

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Degree Completion Program. Transfer Planning Guide: Oakton Community College

Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Degree Completion Program. Transfer Planning Guide: Oakton Community College Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) Degree Completion Program Note that the intended audience for the BBA degree completion program is the graduate of an AA or AS with a liberal arts and/or science

More information

Anthropology College of Social & Behavioral Sciences Department of Anthropology

Anthropology College of Social & Behavioral Sciences Department of Anthropology Anthropology College of Social & Behavioral Sciences Department of Anthropology Chair: Susan L. Schalage Kathleen Blue, Rhonda Dass, Kathryn Elliott, Susan Schalge, Ronald Schirmer Anthropology is the

More information

History. History 323. Degrees

History. History 323. Degrees History 323 History Degrees Associate in Arts Degree, History Associate in Arts Degree (AA-T), History for Transfer Program Description History is the disciplined study of the human past. Santa Barbara

More information

INTERIOR DESIGN. Total Credits: 70 Studio Credits: 46 Academic Credits: 24. SEMESTER I Credits: 18 Studio Credits: 12 Academic Credits: 6

INTERIOR DESIGN. Total Credits: 70 Studio Credits: 46 Academic Credits: 24. SEMESTER I Credits: 18 Studio Credits: 12 Academic Credits: 6 DELAWARE COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN 600 N MARKET ST WILMINGTON DELAWARE 19801 302.622.8000 INTERIOR DESIGN Total Credits: 70 Studio Credits: 46 Academic Credits: 24 SEMESTER I Drawing I 3 2D Design I: Black

More information

Requisite Approval must be attached

Requisite Approval must be attached Requisite Approval must be attached CITRUS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT DEPARTMENT Fine and Performing Arts COURSE NUMBER ART 110 TITLE Introduction to the Visual Arts THIS COURSE IS CLASSIFIED AS: DEGREE

More information

THE APPROVED LIST OF HUMANITIES-SOCIAL SCIENCES COURSES FOR ENGINEERING DEGREES

THE APPROVED LIST OF HUMANITIES-SOCIAL SCIENCES COURSES FOR ENGINEERING DEGREES THE APPROVED LIST OF HUMANITIES-SOCIAL SCIENCES COURSES FOR ENGINEERING DEGREES Each student program of study must contain a minimum of 21 credit hours of course work in general education and must be chosen

More information

Studio Art (BA, BFA, Minor) Course Descriptions

Studio Art (BA, BFA, Minor) Course Descriptions Studio Art (BA, BFA, Minor) Course Descriptions ART 1010 Beginning Printmaking (3 units) Introduction to basic printmaking processes: etching, calligraphy, monotype, relief printing, and lithography. Development

More information

American University of Rome Previously Approved Course Equivalents or Degree Requirement Fulfillments

American University of Rome Previously Approved Course Equivalents or Degree Requirement Fulfillments UW-Platteville Course Code Course Credits Language of Instruction Course Code Course Equivalent or Requirement Fulfilled Credits Counts Towards Term Approved Student's Major, Minor AH100 Art of Rome Fine

More information

History. 372 History. Program Student Learning Outcomes. Faculty and Offices. Degrees Awarded. A.A. Degree: History

History. 372 History. Program Student Learning Outcomes. Faculty and Offices. Degrees Awarded. A.A. Degree: History 372 History History History is the disciplined study of the human past. Santa Barbara City College offers a varied and integrated curriculum in history. For the major, the History Department provides the

More information

World History: Essential Questions

World History: Essential Questions World History: Essential Questions Content Standard 1.0: Culture encompasses similarities and differences among people including their beliefs, knowledge, changes, values, and traditions. Students will

More information

Associate of Arts Degree to BA in Spanish

Associate of Arts Degree to BA in Spanish Associate of Arts Degree to BA in Spanish St. Charles Community College students who plan to transfer to Truman State University with the Associate of Arts degree are strongly encouraged to prepare for

More information

Undergraduate Degree Map for Completion in Four Years

Undergraduate Degree Map for Completion in Four Years Page 1 of 5 Undergraduate Degree Map for Completion in Four Years College: College of Arts and Humanities Department: World Languages and Cultures Name of Program: SPANISH FOR THE PROFESSIONS Degree Designation:

More information

Renaissance and Reformation Section 1

Renaissance and Reformation Section 1 Renaissance and Reformation Section 1 Renaissance and Reformation Section 1 Renaissance and Reformation Section 1 Main Idea The Italian Renaissance In Italy the growth of wealthy trading cities and new

More information

College of Design. Rome Program. Explore. Immerse. Discover.

College of Design. Rome Program. Explore. Immerse. Discover. College of Design Rome Program Explore. Immerse. Discover. EXPLORE. College of Design Rome Program Why should I participate in the Rome Program? Our program provides personal, academic and professional

More information

UK Core Fall 2011 Course Offerings

UK Core Fall 2011 Course Offerings UK Core Credit-Hour Total = 30* UK Core Fall 2011 Course Offerings The General Education Program is separated into ten areas of study: (I) Intellectual Inquiry in Arts and Creativity (II) Intellectual

More information

Effective Fall 2005 APPROVED HUMANITIES COURSES

Effective Fall 2005 APPROVED HUMANITIES COURSES Effective Fall 2005 APPROVED HUMANITIES COURSES Courses marked with an asterisk have a humanities course as a prerequisite and therefore meet requirement two, the depth requirement. Prerequisite Art 80

More information

SUBJECT # TITLE GE CATEGORY Humanities 123 Introduction to Arts and Ideas Humanities Humanities 141 Afro-American Arts Humanities Humanities 146 Gay,

SUBJECT # TITLE GE CATEGORY Humanities 123 Introduction to Arts and Ideas Humanities Humanities 141 Afro-American Arts Humanities Humanities 146 Gay, The below chart lists every General Education course currently offered at City Colleges of Chicago and their corresponding categories. For the location of General Education courses, please refer to the

More information

Art History. Admission to the University. Required Documents for Applications. Minimum Requirements for Admission

Art History. Admission to the University. Required Documents for Applications. Minimum Requirements for Admission University of California, Berkeley 1 Art History The Department of History of Art offers a two-stage integrated master's and doctoral program (MA/PhD) in preparation for college teaching, writing, and

More information

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Major Requirements Effective for students entering the university June 1, 2012 or after [students who entered the university before June 2012 should talk with a political

More information

Santa Reparata International School of Art Course Syllabus

Santa Reparata International School of Art Course Syllabus Lecture Course Santa Reparata International School of Art Course Syllabus Semester Course Course Title: Art History: The Italian Renaissance Course Number: ARTH 370 Credits: 3, Contact Hours: 45 1. COURSE

More information

Scope and sequence. Visual art 1. Barbara Lynn. Revised 2016

Scope and sequence. Visual art 1. Barbara Lynn. Revised 2016 Scope and sequence Visual art 1 Barbara Lynn Revised 2016 Visual art One is a General survey introduction course which is designed to introduce the students to the basic Principles and elements of Visual

More information

Interior Design. Master of Interior Design. Graduate Catalog 2011-2012 College of Architecture and The Arts 79. Ownership of Student Work

Interior Design. Master of Interior Design. Graduate Catalog 2011-2012 College of Architecture and The Arts 79. Ownership of Student Work Graduate Catalog 2011-2012 College of Architecture and The Arts 79 Interior Design Janine King, Associate Professor and Chair Philip Abbott, Associate in Design Katie Rothfield, Associate in Design Sarah

More information

Art. Art Degree. Introduction to Metal Fabrication and Sculpture (same as Welding 104) 3 Units. Introduction to Ornamental Iron (same as WELD 106)

Art. Art Degree. Introduction to Metal Fabrication and Sculpture (same as Welding 104) 3 Units. Introduction to Ornamental Iron (same as WELD 106) Degree: A.A. - Art Area: Fine & Applied Arts Dean: Dr. David Newnham Phone: (916) 484-8433 Counseling: (916) 484-8572 American River College's art curriculum offers introductory and intermediate-level

More information

Architecture - Theory/ History (ARCH)

Architecture - Theory/ History (ARCH) Architecture - Theory/ History (ARCH) Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism Faculty of Engineering and Design ARCH 1000 [0.5 credit] Intro. to Architecture Architecture in the matrix of human conditions:

More information

Core Curriculum Component Area Requirements

Core Curriculum Component Area Requirements Core Curriculum Component Area Requirements / 1 Core Curriculum Component Area Requirements COMMUNICATIONS (010) (6 semester credit hours) To achieve the objectives of the Communications component area,

More information

Art (ART) Faculty Brian W. Shaw, Chair William A. Bippes Jonathan D. Garn Roger M. Varland

Art (ART) Faculty Brian W. Shaw, Chair William A. Bippes Jonathan D. Garn Roger M. Varland Art (ART) Faculty Brian W. Shaw, Chair William A. Bippes Jonathan D. Garn Roger M. Varland About the discipline The art program at Spring Arbor University encourages students to express both technical

More information

ART (ARTS) Biola University 1

ART (ARTS) Biola University 1 Biola University 1 ART (ARTS) ARTS 100 - Art Appreciation Credits 3 An introduction to the history of visual art, art criticism and aesthetics; a visual analysis of works of art; comparative studies on

More information

Art. Art - Two-Dimensional

Art. Art - Two-Dimensional Art - Two-Dimensional Program Description Students may select from several studio art programs: Art Two-Dimensional; Art Three-Dimensional; Graphic Arts; and Studio Arts for Transfer. Students earning

More information

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES B.A. REQUIREMENTS For students declaring the ISBA before fall 2008

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES B.A. REQUIREMENTS For students declaring the ISBA before fall 2008 The University of Iowa College of Liberal Arts and Sciences INTERNATIONAL STUDIES B.A. REQUIREMENTS For students declaring the ISBA before fall 2008 a. Students must fulfill all College of Liberal Arts

More information

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY & PHILOSOPHY

DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY & PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY & PHILOSOPHY HISTORY MAJOR History encompasses the study of human experiences and institutions from ancient times to the present. By studying the development in time of politics,

More information

Academy of Art University Italy Study Abroad Summer 2017

Academy of Art University Italy Study Abroad Summer 2017 Academy of Art University Italy Study Abroad Summer 2017 Fine Art Painting & Drawing Printmaking & Book arts Illustration Photography Art History & Architecture Music Academy of Art University s Study

More information

Associate of Science (ASCI)

Associate of Science (ASCI) Associate of Science (ASCI) 1 Associate of Science (ASCI) Associate of Science (ASCI) The Associate of Science degree is designed for students who plan to transfer into a bachelor's degree program immediately

More information

Associate of Arts (AARTS)

Associate of Arts (AARTS) Associate of Arts (AARTS) 1 Associate of Arts (AARTS) Associate of Arts (AARTS) The Associate of Arts degree is designed for students who plan to transfer into a bachelor's degree program immediately after

More information

Music (MUSC) Program Course Descriptions

Music (MUSC) Program Course Descriptions 102. (MUSI 1300, 1301, 1303, 1304) Fundamentals of Music. (3-0). Credit 3. Introduction to the basic elements of music (pitch, rhythm, scales, intervals and triads) and how these elements interrelate to

More information

Visual and Performing Arts

Visual and Performing Arts 126 Visual and Performing Arts Students interested in art and design, dance, music, photography, theatre, and other visual and performing arts have a rich selection of degree programs and one certificate

More information

Ninth Grade History & Social Science World History I

Ninth Grade History & Social Science World History I SEPTEMBER WHI.1 Historical Research and Geographical Analysis *(ongoing throughout year) identify, analyze, and interpret primary and secondary sources use maps, globes, artifacts, pictures identify major

More information

History Brigham Young University Idaho

History Brigham Young University Idaho Department of History History Brigham Young University Idaho 2012-201 4+1 Program Select students at BYU-Idaho may work towards a graduate degree in Historical Resources at Idaho State University while

More information

Johnson County Community College Transfer Program to the University of Kansas School of Engineering Computer Science, B.S.

Johnson County Community College Transfer Program to the University of Kansas School of Engineering Computer Science, B.S. Johnson County Community College Transfer Program to the University of Kansas School of Engineering Computer Science, B.S. 2015-2016 Catalog Contact: School of Engineering Phone: 785-864-4487 E-Mail: kuengr@ku.edu

More information

Lubin School of Business Bachelor of Business Administration INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT MAJOR TRANSFER STUDENT WORKSHEET

Lubin School of Business Bachelor of Business Administration INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT MAJOR TRANSFER STUDENT WORKSHEET Lubin School of Business Bachelor of Business Administration INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT MAJOR TRANSFER STUDENT WORKSHEET Name: Chart of Required Business and other Prerequisite Courses MGT 250 MGT 347 MGT

More information

JOHN CABOT UNIVERSITY, ROME, ITALY Fall 2015 Preliminary Course Schedule

JOHN CABOT UNIVERSITY, ROME, ITALY Fall 2015 Preliminary Course Schedule Last updated January 26, 2015 Art History AH 141 JOHN CABOT UNIVERSITY, ROME, ITALY Fall 2015 Preliminary Course Schedule World Art I: Visual Culture from the Stone Age to Late Antiquity AH 143 AH 181i

More information

Suggested Course of Study for Bachelor of Arts in Criminology

Suggested Course of Study for Bachelor of Arts in Criminology Suggested Course of Study for Bachelor of Arts in Criminology Students who wish to major in Criminology should plan their programs with the departmental undergraduate coordinator as soon as possible after

More information

Social Science Distribution Courses offered FALL 2016

Social Science Distribution Courses offered FALL 2016 Course offering at a glance Social Science Distribution Courses offered PSYCHOLOGY PSYC& 100 General Psychology (5 cr.) - also offered at Gig Harbor Campus PSYC& 180 Human Sexuality (5 cr.) PSYC& 200 Lifespan

More information

Department of Visual Arts

Department of Visual Arts Department of Visual Arts Kenneth Hopper, Rebecca Coffman, Barb Michel The Department of Visual Arts is dedicated to producing artists of unique creative thought and outstanding Christian faith. Its program

More information

Interior Architecture

Interior Architecture Graduate Catalog 2015-2016 College of Architecture + The Arts 83 Interior Architecture Janine King, Associate Professor and Chair Philip Abbott, Instructor Katie Rothfield, Instructor Florida International

More information

The Age of the Renaissance. Men can do all things if they will Leon Battista Alberti (architect)

The Age of the Renaissance. Men can do all things if they will Leon Battista Alberti (architect) The Age of the Renaissance 1400-1600 Men can do all things if they will Leon Battista Alberti (architect) ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: Why did the Renaissance begin in Italy? How did Renaissance art differ from

More information

Social Studies. Smyth County Schools Curriculum Map Grade:9-12 Subject:World History II

Social Studies. Smyth County Schools Curriculum Map Grade:9-12 Subject:World History II Standards WHII.1- Skills Standard 1st Quarter Grade:9-12 Subject:World History II 2nd Quarter WHII.6- Revolution and Enlightenment WHII.7- Nineteenth Century WHII.8- Industrial Revolution WHII.2- World

More information

In all 100-level language courses, students may not enroll in a course at a lower-level once they have completed a more advanced-level course.

In all 100-level language courses, students may not enroll in a course at a lower-level once they have completed a more advanced-level course. Spanish Courses-1 In all 100-level language courses, students may not enroll in a course at a lower-level once they have completed a more advanced-level course. Spanish SPA 101/102/103/Spanish for Beginners

More information

SUNY Potsdam Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Plan (Revised 03/01/2013) Department/Program Name: ART Art History

SUNY Potsdam Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Plan (Revised 03/01/2013) Department/Program Name: ART Art History Department/Program Name: ART Art History Date Submitted: September 2016 Academic Year this plan will take effect: Fall 2016 for AY 2016-2017 Department/Program Mission Statement: ART DEPARTMENT MISSION

More information

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BUS)

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BUS) BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (BUS) Department Chair: Professor Arthur Raymond Professors: Heitmann, Miller Associate Professor and Business Coordinator: Bergenstock Associate Professor: London Assistant Professors:

More information

English Composition: Mathematics Arts and Humanities Social and Behavioral Sciences Natural and Physical Sciences

English Composition: Mathematics Arts and Humanities Social and Behavioral Sciences Natural and Physical Sciences Transferring Credits/Transfer Module The Baccalaureate Degree Ohio's Institutional Transfer Policy Transfer Module Conditions for Transfer Admission Responsibilities of Students Appeals Process Planning

More information

Architecture Program Articulation

Architecture Program Articulation Memorandum of Understanding (2016-2017) Glendale Community College This document is intended both as a memorandum of understanding for college counselors and as a guide for students transferring into Woodbury

More information

TRANSFER TO FOUR-YEAR COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES

TRANSFER TO FOUR-YEAR COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES TRANSFER TO FOUR-YEAR COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Merritt College students have the opportunity of transferring to a variety of public and private four-year colleges and universities. In California students

More information

A. Core Proficiencies. Baccalaureate Associate

A. Core Proficiencies. Baccalaureate Associate A. Core Proficiencies Baccalaureate Associate Effective Communication: Writing (English Composition) 9 hours ENGL 101 or ENGL 111. Each student shall fulfill English competency requirements by earning

More information

Teaching Portfolio Luanna Prevost Plant Biology Spring 2009

Teaching Portfolio Luanna Prevost Plant Biology Spring 2009 Teaching Portfolio Luanna Plant Biology Spring 2009 Teaching Philosophy Luanna As a teacher of plant biology, I have the opportunity to present science to students in a very practical manner. I use this

More information

Office: CFA 157 Office hours: T and Th 10am-2pm or appointment Office Phone:

Office: CFA 157 Office hours: T and Th 10am-2pm or appointment Office Phone: ART 260 Survey of Art History I University of Nevada, Reno 11:00-11:50MWF 153 Church Fine Arts Professor: Dr. Jane P. Davidson Office: CFA 157 Office hours: T and Th 10am-2pm or appointment Office Phone:

More information

Urban Studies and Planning

Urban Studies and Planning 1 Urban Studies and Planning College of Health and Social Sciences Dean: Alvin Alvarez School of Public Affairs and Civic Engagement Director: Elizabeth Brown Urban Studies and Planning Program HSS 210

More information

Summer Travel Course Units: 6 Units Dates: Five Weeks from Monday May 27-Friday June 29 (2013)

Summer Travel Course Units: 6 Units Dates: Five Weeks from Monday May 27-Friday June 29 (2013) Ethnic Studies N180 Summer Session A (Granada, Spain) University of California, Berkeley Muslims in the West: From Islamic Spain (711-1492) and Construction of Otherness (1492-2013) to 911 Professor Hatem

More information

Lassen Community College Course Outline

Lassen Community College Course Outline Lassen Community College Course Outline ART-8 Art Appreciation 3.0 Units I. Catalog Description An introductory course for both the general interest and art major student. A survey of the role of the visual

More information

The Humanities Program

The Humanities Program Liberal Arts Honors The Humanities Program College of Liberal Arts The University of Texas at Austin He sent me to Troy, and often gave me this command, to strive always for excellence... Glaucus, The

More information

Berlin, Germany. Buenos Aires, Argentina. Rome, Italy. Siena, Italy. Multi-Location: Granada, Spain & Rabat, Morocco

Berlin, Germany. Buenos Aires, Argentina. Rome, Italy. Siena, Italy. Multi-Location: Granada, Spain & Rabat, Morocco Berlin, Germany Buenos Aires, Argentina Rome, Italy Siena, Italy Multi-Location: Granada, Spain & Rabat, Morocco WHO WE ARE Study Abroad. You CAN do it. TRUSTED IN THE STUDY ABROAD FIELD Our five 12 For

More information

CERTIFICATE in INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

CERTIFICATE in INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CERTIFICATE in INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Department of Political Science Certificate Director: Professor Howard Lehman OSH 154B, 581-6246 lehman@poli-sci.utah.edu The Department of Political Science administers

More information

100 Lynchburg College

100 Lynchburg College 100 Lynchburg College ACCT 370 FRAUD AND WHITE COLLAR CRIME (3) Prerequisite: ACCT 202. This course examines the various types of fraud and white collar crime, the criminals who commit fraud and white

More information

ART010: Fine Art (Elective)

ART010: Fine Art (Elective) ART010: Fine Art (Elective) This course combines art history, appreciation, and analysis, while engaging students in hands-on creative projects. Lessons introduce major periods and movements in art history

More information

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS for MCPS- AND MSDE-APPROVED ONLINE AP COURSES

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS for MCPS- AND MSDE-APPROVED ONLINE AP COURSES COURSE DESCRIPTIONS for MCPS- AND MSDE-APPROVED ONLINE AP COURSES Important Note: Not all of these courses are offered at this time. Please see the Student elearning website for currently available courses.

More information

Art 1301: Introduction to Art

Art 1301: Introduction to Art Art 1301: Introduction to Art Dr. Kimberly S. Busby Office: Carr 243 (325) 486 6017 Hours: M 1 2, WF 1 2:30 kimberly.busby@angelo.edu MWF 9:30 10, 11:30 12 TR 10:30 11:00, 1:00 2:00, and by appointment

More information

International Student Statistics: Fall 2015 University of Colorado Boulder

International Student Statistics: Fall 2015 University of Colorado Boulder International Student Statistics: Fall 2015 University of Colorado Boulder A total of 2646 Undergraduate, Master s, and PhD international students from 100 countries attended the University of Colorado

More information

Transfer Preparation

Transfer Preparation Theatre Arts School of Fine Arts Dean: Roger Owens, PhD Academic Chair: Ron Ellison Faculty: Ronald Ellison, Diane Graebner, John-Frederick Jones, Jessica Runde, Patric Taylor Senior Lab Technicians: Hugh

More information

Articulation Agreement, University of San Diego; Southwestern, 2015-17

Articulation Agreement, University of San Diego; Southwestern, 2015-17 Articulation Agreement, University of San Diego; Southwestern, 2015-17 # 4726 Southwestern, CA AFRO 151 Southwestern Equivalent Diversity tes Introduction to African American Culture ETHN 120 Yes 4726

More information

STANDARD 1: ARTISTIC PERCEPTION: Processing, analyzing, and responding to sensory information through the language and skills unique to visual arts.

STANDARD 1: ARTISTIC PERCEPTION: Processing, analyzing, and responding to sensory information through the language and skills unique to visual arts. STANDARD 1: ARTISTIC PERCEPTION: Processing, analyzing, and responding to sensory information through the language and skills unique to visual arts. ARTISTIC PERCEPTION Develop Perceptual Skills and Visual

More information

Johnson County Community College Transfer Program to the University of Kansas School of Engineering Aerospace Engineering, B.S.

Johnson County Community College Transfer Program to the University of Kansas School of Engineering Aerospace Engineering, B.S. Johnson County Community College Transfer Program to the University of Kansas School of Engineering Aerospace Engineering, B.S. 2015-2016 Catalog Contact: School of Engineering Phone: 785-864-4267 E-Mail:

More information

Courses Offered Fall 2016 that Fulfill Liberal Education Requirements

Courses Offered Fall 2016 that Fulfill Liberal Education Requirements Courses Offered Fall 2016 that Fulfill Liberal Education Requirements Artistic/creative expression (LER ARC) ART 102 - Visual Thinking ART 114 - Draw I: Intro Mat & Meth ART 127 - Object Contxt Mean: Fundmntls

More information

Salem Community College Course Syllabus. Course Code: FNA 101 Lecture Hours: 3 Laboratory Hours: 0 Credits: 3

Salem Community College Course Syllabus. Course Code: FNA 101 Lecture Hours: 3 Laboratory Hours: 0 Credits: 3 Salem Community College Course Syllabus Course Title: ART HISTORY I Course Code: FNA 101 Lecture Hours: 3 Laboratory Hours: 0 Credits: 3 Course Description: Art History I surveys the history of architecture,

More information

MFA 715 Off-Site Studio Critique 3 credits MFA 820 Writing on Art for Artists 3 credits Total: 6 credits

MFA 715 Off-Site Studio Critique 3 credits MFA 820 Writing on Art for Artists 3 credits Total: 6 credits PAFA Low Residency MFA Curriculum SUMMER IN RESIDENCE I (Eight Weeks) MFA 705A Professional Practices: Online Tools 1 credit MFA 730 Reframing Theory 3 credits Total: 11 credits FALL I OFF-SITE (Fifteen

More information

Freshman 1 st Semester

Freshman 1 st Semester Freshman 1 st Semester Plan of Study/Course Catalog Descriptions Langston University-School of Business EG 1113 (3CR) ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (Formerly EG 1213) Freshman composition course designed to develop

More information

Coastline Community College Associate in Arts: Arts and Humanities

Coastline Community College Associate in Arts: Arts and Humanities DEGREE OBJECTIVE: This major introduces the student to an examination of the ways that art and culture have influenced history. DEGREE REQUIREMENTS: Complete at least 60 semester hours (SH): o o A maximum

More information

Product Design and Innovation

Product Design and Innovation Product Design and Innovation Program of Study and Scheduling Map FALL #1 FALL #2 FALL #3 FALL #4 Art 1040: Object Drawing Art 1080: Form and Space EDMM 1420: Engineering Graphics Art 2200 or 2210: Art

More information

Fashion Design Program Articulation

Fashion Design Program Articulation Memorandum of Understanding (2015-2016) East Los Angeles College This document is intended both as a memorandum of understanding for college counselors and as a guide for students transferring into Woodbury

More information

Course Number: Grades PreK to 12 Education Courses Abbreviated Title: HUM SURV Credit: 0.5. Course Level: 2

Course Number: Grades PreK to 12 Education Courses Abbreviated Title: HUM SURV Credit: 0.5. Course Level: 2 Course Number: 0900300 Course Title: Humanities Survey Course Section: Grades PreK to 12 Education Courses Abbreviated Title: HUM SURV Credit: 0.5 Course Length: Semester Course Level: 2 Course Status:

More information

GENERAL EDUCATION Issues and Perspectives courses and Further Study in the Disciplines: 3 Courses Issues and Perspective courses

GENERAL EDUCATION Issues and Perspectives courses and Further Study in the Disciplines: 3 Courses Issues and Perspective courses GENERAL EDUCATION Issues and Perspectives courses and Further Study in the Disciplines: 3 Courses Issues and Perspective courses address broad issues and often use a multidisciplinary or interdisciplinary

More information

Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, English and Fine Arts, Vanderbilt University, May 2000

Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, English and Fine Arts, Vanderbilt University, May 2000 Catherine Walsh Art Department, Station 6400 University of Montevallo Montevallo, AL 35115 Tel. 205-665-6400 email. cwalsh@montevallo.edu Education Ph.D., History of Art and Architecture, Boston University,

More information

Middle East Studies Center

Middle East Studies Center Middle East Studies Center About The Middle East Studies Center (MESC), part of the School of Global Affairs and Public Policy at The American University in Cairo, offers its students and visiting scholars

More information

Acceptable Complementary Studies Electives 2015/2016 Fall & Winter Terms

Acceptable Complementary Studies Electives 2015/2016 Fall & Winter Terms Acceptable Complementary Studies Electives 2015/2016 Fall & Winter Terms Please read this note carefully before reviewing the list: Many of these courses require upper year standing and course prerequisites,

More information

SANTA REPARATA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF ART FLORENCE ITALY SRISA

SANTA REPARATA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF ART FLORENCE ITALY SRISA SANTA REPARATA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF ART FLORENCE ITALY SRISA ABOUT ABOUT SANTAand internships. Non-credit short term courses, workshops, and post-graduate studies are also offered. REPARATA and personal

More information

History/Social Science Content Standards Quick Guide Grades Six through Twelve. San Bernardino City Unified School District

History/Social Science Content Standards Quick Guide Grades Six through Twelve. San Bernardino City Unified School District History/Social Science Content Quick Guide Grades Six through Twelve San Bernardino City Unified School District Curriculum, Instruction and Accountability Secondary Education sbcusd.com June2009 Connecting

More information

BHCC Study Abroad Scholarship Program

BHCC Study Abroad Scholarship Program BHCC Study Abroad Scholarship Program 2016-2017 International Center Charlestown Campus Room E236 Boston, MA 02129 bhcc.edu/studyabroad Argentina Belgium China Costa Rica Czech Republic Denmark Ecudaor

More information

CHATTANOOGA STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE HUMANITIES & FINE ARTS DIVISION. ART 1030 / Art Appreciation

CHATTANOOGA STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE HUMANITIES & FINE ARTS DIVISION. ART 1030 / Art Appreciation CHATTANOOGA STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE HUMANITIES & FINE ARTS DIVISION ART 1030 / Art Appreciation CHATTANOOGA STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE HUMANITIES & FINE ARTS DIVISION ART 1030: Art Appreciation Instructor:

More information

Johnson County Community College Transfer Program to the University of Kansas School of Engineering Civil Engineering, B.S.

Johnson County Community College Transfer Program to the University of Kansas School of Engineering Civil Engineering, B.S. Johnson County Community College Transfer Program to the University of Kansas School of Engineering Civil Engineering, B.S. 2015-2016 Catalog Contact: School of Engineering Phone: 785-864-3766 E-Mail:

More information

(MnTC_Col) SEMESTER Updated: 11/18/14 Effective Summer MINNESOTA TRANSFER CURRICULUM (MnTC)

(MnTC_Col) SEMESTER Updated: 11/18/14 Effective Summer MINNESOTA TRANSFER CURRICULUM (MnTC) (MnTC_Col) SEMESTER Updated: 11/18/14 Effective Summer 2015 MINNESOTA TRANSFER CURRICULUM (MnTC) The Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) is the means by which students will transfer their completed lower

More information

GRADES 9, 10, 11, 12 ANCIENT WORLD HISTORY

GRADES 9, 10, 11, 12 ANCIENT WORLD HISTORY Units of Credit: One Year (Elective) GRADES 9, 10, 11, 12 ANCIENT WORLD HISTORY Prerequisites: None Course Overview: World History is designed to trace the development of humans from earliest times to

More information

PHILOSOPHY-PHIL (PHIL)

PHILOSOPHY-PHIL (PHIL) Philosophy-PHIL (PHIL) 1 PHILOSOPHY-PHIL (PHIL) Courses PHIL 100 Appreciation of Philosophy (GT-AH3) Credits: 3 (3-0-0) Basic issues in philosophy including theories of knowledge, metaphysics, ethics,

More information

TExES Art EC 12 (178) Test at a Glance

TExES Art EC 12 (178) Test at a Glance TExES Art EC 12 (178) Test at a Glance See the test preparation manual for complete information about the test along with sample questions, study tips and preparation resources. Test Name Art EC 12 Test

More information

Business - General Information

Business - General Information Manhattan College 1 Business - General Information Historical Note In September 1926, a two-year program of courses in business was offered to qualified students who had completed two years in Arts and

More information