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Art History Survey II - 24374 - AHS 102 - 14
A survey of the history of art from the early Renaissance in Europe to the contemporary International scene. Topics include the study of art from non-western cultures; an examination of the role of the artist in society and culture; and of the importance of art throughout history. NOTE: Students may receive credit for ART 104 or AHS 102, but not for both.
Course meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall located just off Green Street
Associated Term: Fall 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Sep 08, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: HC-Hum/Fine Arts/Lib Art Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class 6:15 pm - 9:05 pm R Smith College: Northampton Sep 04, 2014 - Dec 18, 2014 Lecture Breta E. Petraccia (P)E-mail


Human Nutrition - 24297 - BIO 130 - 14
The study of nutrition and its application to good health and a sense of well being. Topics include the applications of nutrition to physical fitness, preventive medicine, and health care. NOTE: This course satisfies the four-credit laboratory science requirement only when combined with a successful completion of BIO 130L.
Course meets at Smith College in Seeyle Hall, located just off of Green Street
Associated Term: Fall 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Sep 08, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: NL-Nat Sci/Math/Lib Art Elec

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
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3.000 Credits
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Class 6:15 pm - 9:05 pm T Smith College: Northampton Sep 02, 2014 - Dec 16, 2014 Lecture Kathleen L Malsch (P)E-mail


English Composition I: Purposes and Technique of Prose - 24291 - ENG 103 - 14
Emphasizes expository writing for students who feel confident of their skills in analysis and organization. The student develops an understanding of voice in writing. The course includes word processing methods and research and documentation using print and electronic texts. NOTE: Students may receive credit for only ENG 101 or ENG 103 or ENG 105.
Course meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall located just off Green Street
Associated Term: Fall 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Sep 08, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: E-English Composition Courses

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class 6:00 pm - 9:50 pm T Smith College: Northampton Sep 02, 2014 - Dec 16, 2014 Lecture Carlin Mackie (P)E-mail


English Composition II: Analysis of Literature and Film - 24402 - ENG 116 - 14
Study of film, fiction, poetry, and drama from Western and non-Western cultures. Coursework involves analysis of other electronic media which may include television, radio, and computer-mediated text. Students produce written work stressing critical evaluation and participate in classroom analysis of printed and electronic text. NOTE: Students may receive credit for only ENG 112 or ENG 114 or ENG 116.
Course meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall located just off Green Street
Associated Term: Fall 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Sep 08, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: E-English Composition Courses

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class 6:00 pm - 9:50 pm T Smith College: Northampton Sep 02, 2014 - Dec 16, 2014 Lecture Virginia Goodale (P)E-mail


American Literature I - 24931 - ENG 203 - 14
Critical study of significant achievements in American literature from the Puritan period through the period of the Reconstruction. Emphasis on the growth of an American literature, its modes and purposes.
Course meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall located just off Green Street.
Associated Term: Fall 2014
Offered: Every Other Fall
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Sep 08, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: HC-Hum/Fine Arts/Lib Art Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class 6:30 pm - 9:20 pm R Smith College: Northampton Sep 04, 2014 - Dec 18, 2014 Lecture William T O'Connell (P)E-mail


American Politics - 23946 - POL 101 - 14
American national government and politics. The principles, processes, and institutions which make up the American political system: constitutional framework; federalism; interest groups, parties, elections; Congress; the Presidency; the judicial system. Policy-making and contemporary problems.
Class meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall, located just off Green Street.
Associated Term: Fall 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Every Spring
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Sep 08, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: BC-Beh Sci/Soc Sci/LibArt Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class 6:30 pm - 9:20 pm T Smith College: Northampton Sep 02, 2014 - Dec 16, 2014 Lecture Carol J. Gray (P)E-mail


Principles of Psychology - 23598 - PSY 101 - 14
Introduction to the field of psychology and human behavior. The student considers such topics as the history of psychology, research methods, psychophysiology, sensation, perception, learning, cognition, memory, development, motivation, personality, and mental illness.
Class meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall, located just off Green Street
Associated Term: Fall 2014
Offered: Every Term
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Sep 08, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: BC-Beh Sci/Soc Sci/LibArt Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class 6:30 pm - 9:20 pm T Smith College: Northampton Sep 02, 2014 - Dec 16, 2014 Lecture Joshua M Becker (P)E-mail


Principles of Sociology - 23999 - SOC 101 - 14
The study of society through basic concepts and scientific methodology. Examines culture, social systems, institutions, status, role, norms, interaction, deviance, small groups, and social stratifications.
Class meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall, located just off Green Street.
Associated Term: Fall 2014
Offered: Every Fall, Spring & Summer
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Sep 08, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: BC-Beh Sci/Soc Sci/LibArt Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class 6:30 pm - 9:20 pm R Smith College: Northampton Sep 04, 2014 - Dec 18, 2014 Lecture Ronnie J Booxbaum (P)E-mail


Sociology of the Family - 24647 - SOC 203 - 14
A sociological focus on the structure and role of the family including the impact of culture, age, gender, and class in the contemporary United States. The course investigates the significance of social forces, attitudes and policies on the structure of the family. Students learn about the relationship between the family and other institutions in society. The course focuses on an understanding of historical shifts in household organization and family behavior in the U.S., including recent controversial topics regarding how contemporary United States society defines a family.
Class meets at Smith College in Seelye Hall, located just off Green Street.
Associated Term: Fall 2014
Offered: Periodically
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Sep 08, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: BC-Beh Sci/Soc Sci/LibArt Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class 6:30 pm - 9:20 pm R Smith College: Northampton Sep 04, 2014 - Dec 18, 2014 Lecture Christie A Barcelos (P)E-mail


Spanish for Paramedics and EMTs - 24954 - SPA 154 - 14
Emphasizes the fundamentals of Spanish both for students seeking positions in Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and those already working in the profession. The course focuses on "survival" Spanish language skills and cross-cultural training for EMS professionals. Students develop their command of Spanish in specific job-related areas. The course prepares participants for those aspects of Hispanic/Latino cultures which have an impact on their work. Students spend much of the class working in pairs and small groups role-playing situations that particpants encounter on the job.
Course meets at Smith College in Seeyle Hall located just off Green Street
Associated Term: Fall 2014
Offered:
Registration Dates: Apr 01, 2014 to Sep 08, 2014
Levels: Undergraduate
Attributes: HC-Hum/Fine Arts/Lib Art Core

Eve/DCE (not state-supported) Campus
Lecture Schedule Type
3.000 Credits
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Class 6:00 pm - 8:50 pm T Smith College: Northampton Sep 02, 2014 - Dec 16, 2014 Lecture Catharine N Steadman-Ball (P)E-mail
Class 6:00 pm - 8:50 pm T Main Building on Main Campus N217 Nov 04, 2014 - Nov 04, 2014 Lecture Catharine N Steadman-Ball (P)E-mail



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