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    Skidmore College
   
 
  Nov 22, 2017
 
Catalog 2017-2018 
  
Catalog 2017-2018

Courses


Course Credit

The number of semester hours of credit earned by satisfactory completion of a course is indicated after the course title.

Course Numbering

The level of the course is indicated as follows:

100—Introductory
200—Intermediate
300—Advanced

Course Notations

Courses designated by a single number are one-semester courses.

Double numbers separated by a comma (101, 102) are courses in which grades are given separately for each semester, but in which one semester ordinarily follows the other.

An "H" following a course number usually indicates that the course will be taught as an honors course.

If a course is not offered annually, the year in which it will next be offered is noted where possible.

Course prerequisites, if any, are listed at the end of the course description. Students must adhere to the stated prerequisite or obtain override permission from the instructor prior to the time of registration.

Due to scheduling, faculty leaves of absence, sabbaticals, and other factors, every course listed may not be given in any particular year. The college reserves the right to withdraw any course for which there is insufficient enrollment.

Faculty are listed with their respective departments and in the faculty section of this catalog. Part-time faculty and administrators who hold a faculty line or teach a course are indicated by an asterisk(*).

 

 
   •  PY 373 - Senior Research in Physics
   •  PY 399 - Professional Internship In Physics
   •  RE 103 - Religion and Culture
   •  RE 105 - American Gods: Religious Diversity in the US
   •  RE 201 - Priests, Prophets & Warriors: Introducing the Hebrew Bible
   •  RE 202 - Jesus Before Christianity: Introducing the New Testament
   •  RE 204 - Religious Ethics: Judeo-Christian (A)
   •  RE 205 - Women, Religion, and Spirituality (A)
   •  RE 208 - Native American Religions
   •  RE 211 - Western Religions (A)
   •  RE 213 - Religious Traditions of India (NA)
   •  RE 215 - Islam (A)
   •  RE 217 - Health and Healing in Asian Religions
   •  RE 218 - Hindu Myth
   •  RE 220 - Encountering the Goddess in India (NA)
   •  RE 223 - Comparative Myth
   •  RE 225 - Religion and Ecology
   •  RE 230 - Topics in Religion (NA), (A)
   •  RE 241 - Theory and Methodology In The Study Of Religion
   •  RE 299 - Professional Internship in Religous Studies
   •  RE 303 - Religion In Contemporary American Society
   •  RE 305 - World's End: Millennialism
   •  RE 310 - Poverty and Belief: Religious Views of and Responses to the Poor
   •  RE 315 - Religion and Society in Modern India
   •  RE 320 - Yoga: History, Theory, Practice
   •  RE 330 - Advanced Topics in Religion (NA), (A)
   •  RE 371 - Independent Study
   •  RE 375 - Senior Seminar
   •  RE 376 - Senior Thesis
   •  RE 399 - Professional Internship in Religous Studies
   •  SB 315 - Work, Family, and Organizations
   •  SO 101 - Sociological Perspectives
   •  SO 201 - Social Issues
   •  SO 201H - Social Issues (Honors)
   •  SO 202 - The Individual in Society
   •  SO 203 - Femininities and Masculinities
   •  SO 204 - Introduction to Race, Class, and Gender
   •  SO 208 - Social Inequality
   •  SO 211H - Sociological Imaginations
   •  SO 212 - Sociology of Work and Occupations
   •  SO 213 - Crime and Victimization
   •  SO 215 - China in Transition
   •  SO 217 - Families in the United States
   •  SO 219 - Race and Power
   •  SO 220 - Sociology of Cities and Towns
   •  SO 221 - Media Sociology
   •  SO 223 - Environmental Sociology
   •  SO 224H - Close Relationships
   •  SO 225 - Quantifying Women
   •  SO 226 - Statistics for the Social Sciences
   •  SO 227 - Social Research Methods
   •  SO 229 - Visual Sociology
   •  SO 230 - Sociology of Conflict Resolution
   •  SO 251 A-D - Special Topics in Sociology
   •  SO 299 - Professional Internship in Sociology
   •  SO 304 - Sociology of Emotions
   •  SO 305 - Sociology of Folklore
   •  SO 306 - Sociology of Religion
   •  SO 312 - Modern Organizations
   •  SO 314 - Deviance and Social Control
   •  SO 316 - Women in Modern Society
   •  SO 317 - Femininity, Beauty, and the Black Female Body
   •  SO 321 - American Social Changes
   •  SO 322 - Political Sociology
   •  SO 324 - Classical Sociological Theory
   •  SO 325 - Contemporary Social Theory
   •  SO 326 - Social Theories of the Environment
   •  SO 328 - Social Movements and Collective Action
   •  SO 329 - Criminal Justice
   •  SO 331 - Women in Global Economy
   •  SO 332 - Studying Student Worlds
   •  SO 333 - Sociology of the Body
   •  SO 351 A-D - Advanced Special Topics in Sociology
   •  SO 361 - Racial Identities: Theory and Praxis
   •  SO 371 - Independent Study
   •  SO 375 - Senior Seminar in Sociology
   •  SO 376 - Senior Thesis in Sociology
   •  SO 377 - Presenting Sociological Research
   •  SO 399 - Professional Internship in Sociology
   •  SSP 100 - Scribner Seminar
   •  SW 212 - Social Work Values and Populations-At-Risk
   •  SW 214 - Death and Dying
   •  SW 217 - Obsessions and Addictions
   •  SW 219 - Community Engagement
   •  SW 222 - Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare
   •  SW 224 - Special Studies In Social Work
   •  SW 225 - Social Work With Children and Adolescents
   •  SW 241 - Research For the Human Services
   •  SW 253 - Human Behavior and the Social Environment
   •  SW 298 - Explorations in Social Work
   •  SW 299 - Professional Internship in Social Work
   •  SW 324 - Advanced Special Studies in Social Work
   •  SW 333 - Social Work Practice With Individuals and Families
   •  SW 334 - Social Work Practice With Groups, Organizations, and Communities
   •  SW 338 - Social Policy and Social Justice
   •  SW 340 - Field Preparation Seminar
   •  SW 371 - Independent Study
   •  SW 381 - Social Work Field Practicum Seminar
   •  SW 382 - Social Work Field Practicum
   •  SW 398 - Advanced Explorations in Social Work
 

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