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  • AH-303

    19th Century Art

    A study of how the major movements of Neo-Classicism, Romanticism, Realism, and Impressionism reflect the social, political, and intellectual changes that heralded the modern era.
  • EN-327

    20th Cent British Writers

    A study of the poetry, fiction and drama of Modernists and their followers, including the works of Yeats, Woolf, Eliot, Joyce, Orwell, Waugh and others. Prerequisite: EN 105.
  • PH-218

    A Sound Mind in a Sound Body

    An opportunity to reflect on, and to discuss, some of the tradi- tional philosophical questions raised by current concerns for fitness, health, holistic living, games and sport.
  • DMS-320

    Abdominal Sonography I

    This is the first in a two course series. This course will provide the student with the knowledge necessary to perform ultrasound exa minations of the abdomen and prepare the student to sit for the national certification exam. Emphasis will be placed on normal and abnormal ultrasound findings, sectional anatomy, and pathophysiology of the abdominal organs. Patient assessment relative to sonographic findings, 256 differential diagnosis, and patient education strategies will be included. Prerequisite: DMS 300
  • DMS-321

    Abdominal Sonography II

    This is the second in a two - course series. This course will provide the student with the knowledge neces sary to perform ultrasound examinations of the abdomen and prepare the student to sit for the national certification exam. Emphasis will be placed on normal and abnormal ultrasound findings, sectional anatomy, and pathophysiology of the abdominal organs. P atient assessment relative to sonographic findings, differential diagnosis, and patient education strategies will be included. Prerequisites: DMS 320, DMS 330, DMS 400
  • PS-314A

    Abnormal PS:Child/Adolescent

    An examination of childhood psychological disorders from a biopsychosocial perspective. The course covers theory, research and controversies related to the nature, etiology and treatment of disorders that begin in childhood or adolescence. The impact of these disorders on the child?s development and family functioning are considered. Prerequisites: any two of the following three: PS 203 and 204, ED101, or with instructor?s permission.
  • PS-309

    Abnormal Psychology/Adult

    In this course we will consider current theory, research and controversy regarding the nature, causes, outcomes and treatment of many of the major psychological disorders.Prerequisites: PS 203 and 204 and junior or senior status or with instructor's permission.
  • MA-353

    Abstract Algebra

    Rings, fields, integral domains, polynomial rings. Groups through quotient groups. Graph Theory. Applications. Prerequisites are MA 204 and MA 253 for MA 353; MA 353 for MA 354.
  • PH-320

    Across the Rio Grande

    A study of the (mostly) twentieth-century thought of men and women philosophers from Latin American countries. There will be opportunity for students to explore philosophical questions of their own, as well as questions posed by the thinkers studied.
  • TH-207

    Acting

    Designed for beginning actors and for those who want to refresh their skills, this course offers students the fundamentals of acting, from training in basic stage behavior to character and script analysis. Students will work on monologues and two-actor scenes. They will attend theatre performances in the greater Boston area to observe actors at work.
  • NU-626

    Acute Care Nurs - Child

    This course focuses on the secondary level of health care, specifically examining the biopsychosocial needs of children and their families with acute multi-system health problems. Taken concurrently with NU 625 Acute Care Nursing, it helps the student develop a lifespan perspective to acute care while allowing an in-depth exploration of the special needs and problems of the acutely ill child and the family in the acute care setting. 2011 Summer: 12 week course