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Goucher College    
 
    
 
  Jan 21, 2018
 
Goucher College 2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalogue

Course Descriptions


 

Peace Studies

   •  PCE 220 - Organizing (4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 226 - Women, Peace, and Protest: Latin American Women and the Search for Social Justice (4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 231 - Special Topics in International Film and Literature (4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 238 - The Right to the City (4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 241 - Issues in Conflict Resolution (4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 242 - Social Practice: Transformation of Self and World (4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 251 - Human Rights (4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 253 - Haitian History and the Culture of Resistence (4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 262 - Studies in Self-determination in Native America (4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 272Y - The Basque in Spain: A Peace and Conflict History (8 Cr.)
   •  PCE 280 - Selected Topics in Latin American Peace Studies (2-4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 290 - Individually Identified Internship (3 OR 4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 291 - Internship: City Schools Program (3-4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 299 - Independent Work (1-4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 305 - Peace and Rewriting Race (4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 310 - International Human Rights Law (4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 315 - Returning Citizens in Community (4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 321 - Transnational Feminist Theory and Women's Activism (4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 330 - Collapse (4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 333 - Christian Ethics and War (4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 335 - Future Cities: Speculations, Countermappings, and Narratives of Possibility (4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 340 - Special Topics in U.S. and International Peace Studies (4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 345 - Topics in Peace Studies: Country Study (4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 399 - Independent Work (4 Cr.)
   •  PCE 497 - Senior Symposium (2 Cr.)

Philosophy

   •  PHL 105 - Personal and Community Ethics (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 128 - Philosophy and the Animal (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 157 - Individual, Community, Cosmos (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 206 - Writing Practicum in Philosophy (2 Cr.)
   •  PHL 207 - Philosophy Research Lab (2 Cr.)
   •  PHL 208 - Philosophy of Religion (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 209 - Philosophy of Science Fiction (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 218 - Philosophy of Time (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 220 - Phenomenology (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 231 - Political Philosophy (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 238 - Derrida (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 239 - Lyotard and Levinas (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 268 - Chinese Philosophy (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 276 - Feminist Philosophy (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 278 - Logic and Language (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 288 - Philosophy Workshop (2 Cr.)
   •  PHL 290 - Internship in Philosophy (2 or 4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 298 - Independent Work in Philosophy (2 or 4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 312 - Ethics After Auschwitz (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 314 - Sigmund Freud: Then and Now (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 316 - Modern Philosophy (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 317 - Contemporary Philosophy (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 321 - Nineteenth Century Philosophy (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 360 - Ancient Greek Philosophy (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 398 - Independent Work in Philosophy (2 or 4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 405 - Environmental Ethics (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 415 - Plotinus and Hegel (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 430 - Nietzsche and Heidegger (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 432 - Foucault (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 433 - Kant and Arendt (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 437 - Queer Theory (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 485 - Philosophical Topics (4 Cr.)
   •  PHL 497 - Philosophy Capstone (2 Cr.)

Physics

Courses at the introductory level in physics are planned to meet various needs. PHY 115  and PHY 116  are designed to give an algebra-based survey of physics, and are intended for students who plan to major in Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, enter the health professions, or teach in elementary schools. PHY 125  and PHY 126  are calculus based and are intended for students who plan to major or minor in physics or enter the 3+2 Engineering Program.

   •  PHY 101 - Introduction to the Physics Major (1 Cr.)
   •  PHY 110 - Introduction to Astronomy (4 Cr.)
   •  PHY 115 - Principles of Physics I (4 Cr.)
   •  PHY 116 - Principles of Physics II (4 Cr.)
   •  PHY 125 - General Physics I (4 Cr.)
   •  PHY 126 - General Physics II (4 Cr.)
   •  PHY 220 - Modern Physics (4 Cr.)
   •  PHY 230 - Intermediate Physics Laboratory (2 Cr.)
   •  PHY 250 - Energy, Physics, and the Environment (4 Cr.)
   •  PHY 281 - Mathematical Methods for Mechanics (4 Cr.)
   •  PHY 290 - Internship in Physics (1-4 Cr.)
   •  PHY 300 - Statistical Physics and Thermodynamics (4 Cr.)
   •  PHY 301 - Intermediate Electromagnetic Theory (4 Cr.)
   •  PHY 310 - Electronics/Instrumentation (4 Cr.)
   •  PHY 330 - Special Topics in Contemporary Physics (2-4 Cr.)
   •  PHY 350 - Quantum Mechanics (4 Cr.)
   •  PHY 395 - Independent Work in Physics (2 or 4 Cr.)
   •  PHY 495 - Senior Thesis - Physics (4 Cr.)

Political Science

   •  PSC 121 - Comparative Politics (4 Cr.)
   •  PSC 143 - American Political System (4 Cr.)
   •  PSC 200 - Classical Political Thought (4 Cr.)
   •  PSC 201 - Modern Political Thought (4 Cr.)
   •  PSC 202 - Contemporary Political Thought (4 Cr.)
   •  PSC 211 - Research Methods in Political Science (4 Cr.)
   •  PSC 213 - Practicum in Survey Research (2 Cr.)
   •  PSC 215 - Anti-Semitism (4 Cr.)
   •  PSC 216 - Development and Social Change in Costa Rica (4 Cr.)
   •  PSC 217 - Judaism and Political Theology (4 Cr.)
   •  PSC 239 - Religion and Politics in America (4 Cr.)
   •  PSC 245 - Organized Advocacy in American Politics (2 Cr.)
   •  PSC 246 - U.S. Foreign Policy (4 Cr.)
   •  PSC 247 - An Introduction to Education Policy (2 Cr.)
   •  PSC 248 - The 2020 Election (4 Cr.)
   •  PSC 249 - Special Topic in Politics (2 or 4 Cr.)
   •  PSC 250 - Theories of International Politics (4 Cr.)
   •  PSC 256 - The UN in changing global politics (4 Cr.)
   •  PSC 257 - Problems in International Political Economy (4 Cr.)
   •  PSC 258 - The International Politics of the Middle East (4 Cr.)
   •  PSC 259 - African Politics (4 Cr.)
   •  PSC 262 - Democracy and Violence in Southeast Asia (4 Cr.)
   •  PSC 263 - The Pacific Rim (4 Cr.)
   •  PSC 266 - Religion and Identity in Asia (2 Cr.)
 

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