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    Davidson College
   
 
  Nov 19, 2017
 
 
    
Catalog 2017-2018

Course Descriptions


 

Chinese

   •  CHI 395 - Advanced Independent Study
   •  CHI 405 - Seminar: Modern Chinese Literature and Cinema
   •  CHI 406 - Seminar: Topics in Traditional Chinese Literature

Classical Civilization

   •  CLA 111 - The Ancient World
   •  CLA 121 - Greek Literature in Translation
   •  CLA 122 - Roman Literature in Translation
   •  CLA 141 - Greek Art and Archaeology
   •  CLA 142 - Roman Art and Architecture
   •  CLA 224 - Medical Etymology
   •  CLA 233 - Justice in a Pure Democracy: Searching for Equal Rights in Ancient Athens
   •  CLA 244 - Field School in Mediterranean Archaeology
   •  CLA 246 - Ethics in Archaeology and Art
   •  CLA 250 - Classical Mythology
   •  CLA 255 - Greek Sports and Athletic Festivals
   •  CLA 280 - Troy and the Trojan War
   •  CLA 332 - Greeks and Persians
   •  CLA 399 - Independent Study in Classical Studies
   •  CLA 436 - The Roman Revolution
   •  CLA 441 - The Parthenon
   •  CLA 480 - Senior Research Seminar
   •  CLA 499 - Senior Thesis

Communication Studies

   •  COM 101 - Principles of Oral Communication
   •  COM 201 - Introduction to Communication Studies
   •  COM 202 - Methods in Rhetorical Criticism
   •  COM 218 - Gendered Communication in Society (= SOC 218)
   •  COM 225 - Interpersonal Communication
   •  COM 230 - Organizational Communication
   •  COM 275 - Mass Media & Society (= SOC 275)
   •  COM 280 - Intercultural Communication
   •  COM 290 - Persuasion and Propaganda
   •  COM 315 - Media Effects (= SOC 315)
   •  COM 328 - Social Media's Impact on Society
   •  COM 350 - Communication and Issues of Diversity (=SOC 350)
   •  COM 365 - Rhetorics of Justice and Equality
   •  COM 390 - Special Topics - Rhetoric of Protest and Social Movements
   •  COM 390 - Special Topics: Debate and Deliberation in Civic Life (Fall 2017)
   •  COM 395 - Independent Study
   •  COM 495 - Communication Theory and Research

Computer Science

   •  CSC 108 - Explorations in Computer Science
   •  CSC 110 - Data Science & Society
   •  CSC 120 - Programming in Humanities (= DIG 120)
   •  CSC 121 - Programming and Problem Solving
   •  CSC 200 - Computational Physics (= PHY 200)
   •  CSC 209 - Bioinformatics Programming (= BIO 209)
   •  CSC 220 - Discrete Structures (= MAT 220)
   •  CSC 221 - Data Structures
   •  CSC 250 - Computer Organization
   •  CSC 312 - Software Design
   •  CSC 315 - Numerical Analysis (= MAT 315)
   •  CSC 321 - Analysis of Algorithms
   •  CSC 322 - Programming Languages
   •  CSC 324 - Theory of Computation
   •  CSC 351 - Operating Systems
   •  CSC 353 - Database Systems
   •  CSC 357 - Concurrent and Parallel Computing
   •  CSC 359 - Networks and Distributed Systems
   •  CSC 361 - Computer Graphics
   •  CSC 362 - Data Visualization
   •  CSC 370 - Artificial Intelligence
   •  CSC 371 - Machine Learning
   •  CSC 379 - Cryptology
   •  CSC 381 - Applications Seminar (Fall 17 Topic: Virtual Reality)
   •  CSC 382 - Systems Seminar
   •  CSC 383 - Theory Seminar
   •  CSC 384 - Seminar
   •  CSC 395 - Independent Study
   •  CSC 396 - Independent Study
   •  CSC 397 - Independent Study in Advanced Software Development in Science (= PHY 397)
   •  CSC 481 - Seminar
   •  CSC 495 - Independent Study

Dance

   •  DAN 101 - Introduction to Dance
   •  DAN 240 - Modern Dance Technique I
   •  DAN 250 - Dance Repertory: Composing, Crafting, & Collaboration
   •  DAN 260 - Dance Composition I
   •  DAN 282 - Dance, Gender, & Sexuality
   •  DAN 284 - Dancing Diaspora: The African American Theatrical Dance Tradition
   •  DAN 340 - Modern Dance Technique II
   •  DAN 360 - Dance Composition II

Digital Studies

   •  DIG 101 - Introduction to Digital Studies
   •  DIG 120 - Programming in the Humanities (= CSC 120)
   •  DIG 210 - Data Culture
   •  DIG 211 - Surveillance Culture
   •  DIG 215 - Death in the Digital Age
   •  DIG 220 - Electronic Literature
   •  DIG 240 - Art and Electronic Media
   •  DIG 245 - Web Art, Design, Code
   •  DIG 270 - Digital Maps, Space, and Place
   •  DIG 333 - Physical Computing
   •  DIG 340 - Gender and Technology
   •  DIG 350 - History & Future of the Book
   •  DIG 401 - Hacking, Remixing and Design
   •  DIG 404 - Humanities Startup

Economics

   •  ECO 101 - Introductory Economics
   •  ECO 105 - Statistics and Basic Econometrics
   •  ECO 114 - Introduction to Finance
   •  ECO 122 - Introduction to Health Care Economics
   •  ECO 180 - Selected Topics in Economics (ECO 180-184)
   •  ECO 195 - Independent Study
   •  ECO 202 - Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
   •  ECO 203 - Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
 

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