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Ohio Wesleyan University    
2016-2017 Catalog 
  
 
  Sep 19, 2017
 
2016-2017 Catalog

Courses of Instruction



Key to Abbreviations

ACCT Accounting HONS Honors Courses
ACTV Activity INT Interdisciplinary
AMRS Ancient, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies ITAL Italian
ART Fine Arts JAPN Japanese
ASTR Astronomy JOUR Journalism
BIOL Biology LAS Latin American Studies
BOMI Botany/Microbiology LATI Latin
BUS Business Administration MATH Mathematics
BWS Black World Studies MUS Music
CHEM Chemistry MUSP Music Performance
CHIN Chinese PG Politics and Government
CLAS Classics PHIL Philosophy
CMLT Comparative Literature PHYS Physics
CS Computer Science PSYC Psychology
DANC Dance REL Religion
ECON Economics RUSS Russian
EDUC Education SOAN Sociology/Anthropology
ENG English SPAN Spanish
FREN French SWAH Swahili
GEOG Geography THEA Theatre
GEOL Geology UC University Courses
GERM German URB Urban Studies
GREE Greek-Classical WGS Women’s/Gender Studies
HHK Health & Human Kinetics ZOOL Zoology
HIST History    

To aid students in long-range planning, the letters F for fall semester and S for spring semester have been placed after selected course descriptions. All courses carry one unit of academic credit unless otherwise indicated.

Course Selection

Freshmen and sophomores should enroll in courses numbered 100 through 249, but may be permitted to take courses numbered above 250 with the relevant department’s permission. Juniors and seniors should enroll in courses numbered above 250, but may be permitted to take courses numbered below 250 if (a) it is necessary for the major; (b) it is a second (third, etc.) foreign language; (c) it is an elective in the area of science or mathematics where the student does not have the prerequisites for advanced course work; or (d) there is sufficient space in the class after the registration of freshmen and sophomores.

 

Politics and Government

   •  PG 373 - Freedom, Equality, and Democracy in American Political Thought
   •  PG 374 - Political Theory, Science and Technology
   •  PG 490 - Independent Study
   •  PG 491 - Directed Readings
   •  PG 495 - Apprenticeship
   •  PG 499 - Senior Seminar

Philosophy

   •  PHIL 110 - Introduction to Philosophy
   •  PHIL 110 A - Introduction to Philosophy
   •  PHIL 112 - Critical Thinking: Ideology Critique
   •  PHIL 112 - Critical Thinking: The Study of Argument
   •  PHIL 113 - Rock Music and Philosophy
   •  PHIL 211 - Ethics
   •  PHIL 250 - Environmental Philosophy
   •  PHIL 269 - International Business Ethics
   •  PHIL 310 - Special Topics in Philosophy
   •  PHIL 340 - Feminist Philosophy
   •  PHIL 341 - Logic
   •  PHIL 343 - Philosophy and Science
   •  PHIL 345 - Philosophy of Religion
   •  PHIL 346 - History of Ancient Philosophy
   •  PHIL 348 - History of Modern Philosophy
   •  PHIL 349 - From Hegel to Nietzsche: The Struggle for Self- Determination
   •  PHIL 350 - Mind, Language, and World in Twentieth Century Philosophy
   •  PHIL 351 - Philosophy of Law
   •  PHIL 354 - Social and Political Philosophy
   •  PHIL 360 - Seminar in Bioethics
   •  PHIL 362 - Aesthetics
   •  PHIL 371 - Mathematical Logic
   •  PHIL 390 - Seminar in Existentialism
   •  PHIL 391 - Seminar in Plato
   •  PHIL 490 - Independent Research
   •  PHIL 491 - Directed Readings
   •  PHIL 495 - Apprenticeship
   •  PHIL 499 - Senior Research Seminar

Physics

   •  PHYS 110 C - General Physics for Physical Science Majors I
   •  PHYS 110 L - General Physics Laboratory I
   •  PHYS 111 C - General Physics for Physical Science Majors II
   •  PHYS 111 L - General Physics Laboratory II
   •  PHYS 115 - Principles of Physics I
   •  PHYS 116 - Principles of Physics II
   •  PHYS 275 - Analog Electronics
   •  PHYS 280 C - Contemporary Physics
   •  PHYS 280 L - Contemporary Physics Laboratory
   •  PHYS 300 1 - Biophysics of the Brain
   •  PHYS 300 2 - Biophysics of the Brain
   •  PHYS 300 3 - Digital Signal Processing
   •  PHYS 310 - Mechanics
   •  PHYS 320 - Thermal and Statistical Physic
   •  PHYS 345 - Advanced Physics Lab
   •  PHYS 360 - Electromagnetic Theory
   •  PHYS 375 - Digital Electronics
   •  PHYS 380 - Quantum Mechanics I
   •  PHYS 381 - Quantum Mechanics II
   •  PHYS 490 - Independent Study
   •  PHYS 491 - Directed Readings
   •  PHYS 498 - Physics Seminar
   •  PHYS 499 - Research

Psychology

   •  PSYC 110 - Introduction to Psychology
   •  PSYC 210 - Quantitative Methods
   •  PSYC 252 - Social Psychology
   •  PSYC 255 - Clinical Neuroscience
   •  PSYC 258 - Psychology and the Law
   •  PSYC 259 - Personality Psychology
   •  PSYC 262 - Health Psychology
   •  PSYC 264 - Organizational Psychology
   •  PSYC 282 - Adolescent Psychology
   •  PSYC 288 - Maturity and Age
   •  PSYC 300 12 - Applied Atypical Child Development
   •  PSYC 300 13 - Behavioral Decision Making
   •  PSYC 300 14 - Psychology of Women and Gender
   •  PSYC 300 15 - Cognitive Neuroscience
   •  PSYC 300 16 - Affective Neuroscience
   •  PSYC 310 - Research Methods
   •  PSYC 322 - Abnormal Behavior
   •  PSYC 323 - Community Psychology
   •  PSYC 326 - Public Health: Psychological, Behavioral, and Social Issues
   •  PSYC 327 - Counseling and Psychotherapy
   •  PSYC 333 - Child Psychology
   •  PSYC 336 - Clinical Child Psychology
   •  PSYC 343 - Behavioral Neuroscience
   •  PSYC 344 - Laboratory in Behavioral Neuroscience
   •  PSYC 345 - Psychopharmacology
   •  PSYC 346 - Sensation and Perception
   •  PSYC 363 - Learning
   •  PSYC 364 - Cognitive Psychology
   •  PSYC 366 - Behavior Modification
   •  PSYC 374 - Topics in Neuroscience
   •  PSYC 410 - Advanced Research Methods
   •  PSYC 420 - Advanced Quantitative Methods
   •  PSYC 452 - Social Cognition
   •  PSYC 490 - Independent Study
   •  PSYC 491 - Directed Readings
   •  PSYC 495 - Apprenticeship
   •  PSYC 499 - Seminar

Religion

   •  REL 103 - Religions of the West
   •  REL 104 - Religions of the East
   •  REL 111 - Old Testament History and Literature
   •  REL 121 - New Testament History and Literature
   •  REL 141 - Islam: An Introduction
   •  REL 151 - Critical Issues in Religion & Ethics
 

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