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    Davidson College
   
 
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Course Descriptions


 

Biology

   •  BIO 312 - Animal Physiology
   •  BIO 316 - Botany
   •  BIO 317 - Entomology
   •  BIO 321 - Ecology
   •  BIO 322 - Vertebrate Field Zoology
   •  BIO 323 - Animal Behavior (= PSY 323)
   •  BIO 331 - Behavioral Neuroscience (= PSY 303)
   •  BIO 332 - Functional Neuroanatomy (= PSY 324)
   •  BIO 333 - Cellular and Molecular Neuroscience
   •  BIO 341 - Biostatistics and Experimental Design
   •  BIO 342 - Evolution
   •  BIO 343 - Laboratory Methods in Genomics
   •  BIO 351, 352 - Group Investigations
   •  BIO 361, 362 - Seminar
   •  Bio 368 - Study and Treatment of Human Disease
   •  BIO 371, 372, 373 - Research/Independent Study
   •  BIO 381, 382, 383, 384 - Courses in International Environmental Field Studies
   •  BIO 385 - Techniques in Environmental Field Research
   •  BIO 401 - Senior Colloquium

Center for Interdisciplinary Studies

   •  CIS 220 - Introduction to Film and Media Studies
   •  CIS 315 - Masterpieces of French Cinema (in English) (= FRE 365)
   •  CIS 380 - Issues in Medicine
   •  CIS 381 - Health Regulation and Public Policy
   •  CIS 388 - History of Medical Law
   •  CIS 390 - Health Care Ethics
   •  CIS 395, 396 - Independent Study
   •  CIS 397 - Future of American Health Care
   •  CIS 421 - Seminar in Film and Media Studies
   •  CIS 495 - Thesis
   •  CIS 496 - Thesis

Chemistry

   •  CHE 103 - Topics in Chemistry
   •  CHE 105 - Chemistry and Society
   •  CHE 106 - Chemistry of Art and Artifacts
   •  CHE 107 - Chemistry of the Environment
   •  CHE 110 - Introduction to Chemistry
   •  CHE 115 - Principles of Chemistry
   •  CHE 201 - Introductory Organic Chemistry I
   •  CHE 202 - Introductory Organic Chemistry II
   •  CHE 215 - Chemical Equilibrium
   •  CHE 301 - Chemistry of Natural Products
   •  CHE 303 - Bioorganic Chemistry
   •  CHE 304 - Topics in Environmental and Green Chemistry
   •  CHE 305 - Forensic Chemistry
   •  CHE 306 - Biophysical Chemistry
   •  CHE 308 - Chemistry of Biomedical Polymers
   •  CHE 309 - Medicinal Chemistry
   •  CHE 351 - Physical Chemistry: Thermodynamics
   •  CHE 352 - Physical Chemistry: Kinetics and Quantum Mechanics
   •  CHE 371 - Instrumental Analysis
   •  CHE 381 - Chemical Synthesis and Characterization
   •  CHE 391 - Experimental Physical Chemistry
   •  CHE 401 - Inorganic Chemistry
   •  CHE 405 - Seminar
   •  CHE 410 - Advanced Organic Chemistry
   •  CHE 420 - Advanced Physical Chemistry
   •  CHE 450 - Advanced Biochemistry
   •  CHE 490 - Individual Investigation
   •  CHE 496 - Introduction to Research
   •  CHE 497 - Thesis Research

Chinese

   •  CHI 101 - Elementary Chinese I
   •  CHI 102 - Elementary Chinese II
   •  CHI 120 - Introduction to Modern Chinese Culture
   •  CHI 121 - Introduction to Traditional Chinese Culture
   •  CHI 201 - Intermediate Chinese I
   •  CHI 202 - Intermediate Chinese II
   •  CHI 206 - Introduction to Traditional Chinese Literature
   •  CHI 207 - Engendering Chinese Cinema
   •  CHI 224 - Martial Arts and Heroism in Chinese Fiction and Film
   •  CHI 301 - Advanced Chinese I
   •  CHI 302 - Advanced Chinese II
   •  CHI 303 - Advanced Conversational Chinese
   •  CHI 350, 351 - Advanced Reading and Writing
   •  CHI 405 - Seminar: Topics in Chinese Cinema and Modern Literature
   •  CHI 406 - Seminar in Traditional Chinese Literature

Classical Civilization

   •  CLA 101W - First-Year Seminar
   •  CLA 211 - Greek Literature in Translation (= ENG 211)
   •  CLA 222 - Roman Literature in Translation (= ENG 222)
   •  CLA 231 - Greek History (= HIS 109)
   •  CLA 232 - Roman History (= HIS 110)
   •  CLA 250 - Classical Mythology
   •  CLA 252 - Classics in the Cinema(POL 252)
   •  CLA 261 - History of Ancient Philosophy (= PHI 105)
   •  CLA 268 - Classical Political Theory (= POL 208)
   •  CLA 272 - The Rise of Christianity (= REL 242)
   •  CLA 334 - Athenian Law (= HIS 314)
   •  CLA 341 - Greek Art and Architecture (= ART 200)
   •  CLA 342 - Roman Art and Architecture (= ART 202)
   •  CLA 344 - Field School in Mediterranean Archaeology
   •  CLA 353 - Greek Sports and Athletic Festivals
   •  CLA 354 - The Classical Tradition
   •  CLA 376 - Cult, Magic and Witchcraft
   •  CLA 378 - Religions of the Roman Empire (= REL 341)
   •  CLA 399 - Independent Study in Classical Civilization
   •  CLA 430–435 - Seminars in Ancient History
   •  CLA 440–445 - Seminars in Ancient Art and Archaeology
   •  CLA 441 - The Parthenon
   •  CLA 450–455 - Seminars in Classical Civilization
   •  CLA 451 - Cicero and His World
   •  CLA 499 - Honors Thesis

Communication Studies

   •  COM 101 - Introduction—Principles of Oral Communication
 

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