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    Merrimack College
   
 
  Feb 21, 2018
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


 

Electrical Engineering

   •  EEN 4715 - Special Topics in Electrical Engineering
   •  EEN 4750 - VLSI Design
   •  EEN 4805 - Directed Study
   •  EEN 4815 - Directed Study
   •  EEN 4960 - Design Project I
   •  EEN 4970 - Design Project II
   •  EEN 5265 - Engineering Management
   •  EEN 5555 - Power Engineering and Power Quality

English

   •  ENG 1060 - Horror Fiction
   •  ENG 1065 - Travelers' Tales
   •  ENG 1080 - Superheroes: A Modern Mythology
   •  ENG 1200 - Inequality & Justice in Life/Literature
   •  ENG 1500 - Major British and World Authors
   •  ENG 1550 - Major American Authors
   •  ENG 2050 - Introduction to Literary Studies
   •  ENG 2055 - Sophomore Seminar in English
   •  ENG 2100 - History of Film
   •  ENG 2150 - Introduction to Creative Writing
   •  ENG 2770 - Literature and Film
   •  ENG 2780 - From Comics to Film
   •  ENG 3100 - Beowulf and Old English Literature
   •  ENG 3140 - Chaucer and Middle English Literature
   •  ENG 3141 - Chaucer in Popular Culture
   •  ENG 3220 - Revenge and Romance: Renaissance Drama
   •  ENG 3250 - Shakespearean Drama
   •  ENG 3280 - Milton and the Culture of Revolution
   •  ENG 3300 - Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature
   •  ENG 3320 - Jane Austen and the Eighteenth-Century Novel
   •  ENG 3350 - Sex, Race, and Empire: 1660-1814
   •  ENG 3360 - The Undead Eighteenth Century: Origins of English Gothic Literature
   •  ENG 3400 - Road Trips
   •  ENG 3550 - Modern American Literature
   •  ENG 3620 - Contemporary American Literature
   •  ENG 3640 - The Eighties: Literature, Film, and Culture in the Blockbuster Era
   •  ENG 3680 - World Drama: The Theatrical Impulse Then and Now
   •  ENG 3682 - Mixing & Mashing Monsters: From Beowulf to Tolkien, Crichton, & Back Again
   •  ENG 3730 - Modern American Poetry
   •  ENG 3735 - Hollywood's America: Gender, Race and Class in American Cinema
   •  ENG 3745 - Green Screen: Environmental Film
   •  ENG 3750 - Gods and Monsters: The Shelley Circle
   •  ENG 3755 - Special Topics: World Cinema
   •  ENG 3760 - Science Fiction Cinema
   •  ENG 3780 - Poets of New England
   •  ENG 3790 - Poe, Hawthorne, and the American Short Story
   •  ENG 3820 - Twentieth-Century Drama and Performance by Women
   •  ENG 3830 - American Indian Renaissance
   •  ENG 3860 - Beyond The Godfather: Italian American Women Writers
   •  ENG 3870 - Literature of the Harlem Renaissance
   •  ENG 3880 - Michael Jackson: Reading the King of Pop as Cultural Text
   •  ENG 3900 - Creative Writing: Fiction
   •  ENG 3902 - Creative Writing: Non-Fiction
   •  ENG 3920 - Creative Writing: Poetry
   •  ENG 4000 - Advanced Creative Writing Workshop: Fiction
   •  ENG 4102 - The New England Shore
   •  ENG 4850 - Public Service Fall or Spring Internship
   •  ENG 4851 - Public Service Summer Internship
   •  ENG 4852 - Co-Curricular Internship
   •  ENG 4900 - Directed Study
   •  ENG 4950(W) - Senior Seminar

Environmental Studies and Sustainability

   •  ESS 1050 - Environmental Studies and Sustainability Gateway
   •  ESS 3350 - Sustainable Business Practices
   •  ESS 3450 - Sustainable Energy
   •  ESS 3550 - Environmental Policy
   •  ESS 4820 - Senior Seminar/Sustainability Project I
   •  ESS 4850 - Community Internship
   •  ESS 4920 - Senior Seminar/Sustainability Project II
   •  OBR 1000COOP - Cooperative Education Experience

Visual and Performing Arts

   •  FAA 1210 - Basic Drawing I
   •  FAA 1230 - 2-Dimensional Design
   •  FAA 1270 - Basic Painting I
   •  FAA 1310 - The Nature of Music: The Art of Listening
   •  FAA 1320 - History of Rock & Roll
   •  FAA 1330 - Survey of American Music
   •  FAA 1350 - Pep Band
   •  FAA 1351 - Jazz Ensemble
   •  FAA 1352 - Concert Choir
   •  FAA 1353 - Merrimack Schola
   •  FAA 1360 - Group Guitar Class
   •  FAA 1361 - Group Voice Class
   •  FAA 1362 - Group Percussion Class
   •  FAA 1372 - Individual Music Lessons Voice
   •  FAA 1373 - Individual Music Lessons Drums
   •  FAA 1374 - Individual Music Lessons Piano
   •  FAA 1375 - Individual Music Lessons Brass
   •  FAA 1510 - Acting I
   •  FAA 1515 - Theatre Practicum: Rehearsal and Performance
   •  FAA 1520 - Voice for the Stage
   •  FAA 1550 - The Curtain Calls: An Introduction to Theatre for Everyone
   •  FAA 1555 - Acting for Educators: Performance, Presence and Pedagogy
   •  FAA 1600 - Inside Art: A Global Perspective
   •  FAA 1610 - Art & Material Culture I: Prehistory to the Renaissance
   •  FAA 1620 - Art & Material Culture II: The Renaissance to the Present
   •  FAA 1670 - American Art I
   •  FAA 1680 - American Art II
   •  FAA 1710 - Foundations of Visual Arts
   •  FAA 2210 - Basic Drawing II
   •  FAA 2220 - Cartooning and Illustration
   •  FAA 2230 - 3-Dimensional Design
   •  FAA 2250 - Mixed Media Studio
   •  FAA 2260 - Art of the Portrait
 

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