Brooklyn college elective courses

Anthropology and Archaeology ANTH 2320 – Texting and Talking ANTH 3120W – Ethnography ANTH 3130 – Urban and Transnational Anthropology ANTH 3155 – Health and Globalization ANTH 3170 – Women: Anthropological Perspectives (cross-listed as WGST 3218) ANTH 3180 – Visual Anthropology

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Accounting Africana Studies American Studies Anthropology Art Biology Brooklyn College Business Management Chemistry Children's Studies Classics Communication Communication Arts, Sciences and Disorders Computer & Information Science Earth & Environmental Science Economics English Film Finance History Kinesiology Linguistics Mathematics Modern

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Courses are open to qualifying 11th and 12th graders, beginning the summer after completion of 10th grade. Courses meet at the Brooklyn College campus unless otherwise noted. Application, transcript and essay required. For further information and/or application: [email protected] Fall College Classes

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Brooklyn College is an integral part of the civic, urban, and artistic energy of New York and uses the entire city as a living classroom that broadens our …

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General Education If you are looking for a sound, well-rounded liberal arts education, then look no further than Brooklyn College. Throughout your education here, you will learn to: think critically and creatively, effectively express your thoughts, make sound ethical judgments, integrate knowledge from diverse sources, and

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Childhood, Bilingual and Special Education. Children and Youth Studies. Chinese. Classics. Communication. Communication Arts, Sciences and Disorders. Comparative Literature. Computer and Information Science. Early Childhood & Art Education.

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The 2020–2021 Undergraduate Bulletin represents the academic policies, services, and course and program offerings of Brooklyn College that are in effect through the 2020–2021 academic year. The most current information regarding academic programs and course descriptions, academic policies and services available to students can be found on

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English Department Courses Brooklyn College Catalog. About Academics Admissions Campus Life News & Media Athletics Support BC. Departments Programs Courses Departments Programs Courses Elective 3 - - 0 Lecture Hours Undergraduate ENG X6 Elective 3 - - 0 Lecture Hours Undergraduate ENGL. 1001

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3. HIST 3005 - The Shaping of the Modern World HIST 3005 covers everything from the age of Christopher Columbus to our globalized world today. The course explores the effects of trade, slavery, enlightenment, industrialization, totalitarianism, and more. It also will fulfill your Pathways Flexible Core World Cultures and Global Issues requirement.

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Music Department Courses Brooklyn College Catalog. About Academics Admissions Campus Life News & Media Athletics Support BC. Departments Programs Courses Departments Programs Courses Elective 3 - - 0 Lecture Hours Undergraduate MUSC. 1150 Basic Skills 3 - - 3 Lecture Hours Undergraduate MUSC. 1300 Music: Its Language, History, and Culture

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Modern Languages & Literatures Department Courses Brooklyn College Catalog. About Academics Admissions Campus Life News & Media Athletics Support BC. Departments Programs Courses Departments Programs Courses Elective 3 - - 0 Lecture Hours Undergraduate SPAN. 1010 Basic Language Skills I 3 - - 1 Laboratory Hours, 3 Lecture Hours

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Each fall and spring, Honors offers five to six Advanced Elective seminars, making it possible for students to choose courses from a wide array of topics and disciplinary approaches. To complete Honors, students must take a total of three seminars after completing the Freshman Sequence. Transfer students who have completed the core curriculum

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The AP language classes of course require sufficient competency (e.g. completion of the 3rd year of Regents coursework). Who can choose electives? Electives are generally open to 11th and 12th graders. In the spring of each year, 10th and 11th graders rank their choices for electives they would like to take the following year as 11th and 12th

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Electives" below). I. English 2120 and 2121 (8 credits) English 2120 and 2121 are both required. English majors should complete either English 2120 or 2121 or be enrolled in one or the other, before continuing in other electives. No ENGL course numbered lower than 2115 may count toward the major. II. Fields of Study (14-16 credits) More ›

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*Students must complete two HNSC Electives from the following courses: any HNSC 2000-level or higher course, ANTH 1100, ANTH 3150, ANTH 3135, ECON 3500, EESC 3750, HIST 3478, KINS 3281 (same as HNSC 2302), KINS 3285 (same as HNSC 2303), PHIL 3306, PHIL 3316, POLS 1002, POLS 3415, PSYC 1000, SOCY 1101, SOCY 3202, SUST 1001, WGST 3122, …

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Students must complete each of the required FILM courses for all concentrations with a grade of C or higher, except in specific instances in which a grade of B or higher is stipulated. In conjunction with the four-year degree map, you should review Degree Works, and the Brooklyn College website, for an approved list of courses in your major.

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210 718-951 Undergraduate students enroll in a series of undergraduate courses; graduate students may opt for an elective course within the graduate division. Students who wish to take these ESL courses must first apply to the college through the Office of Admissions. Brooklyn College 2900 Bedford Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11210 718-951-5928

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