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    Johnson State College
   
 
  Sep 22, 2017
 
 
    
2016-17 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Courses that meet the General Education Curriculum (GEC) are so noted at the end of their individual course description.

Courses noted as “shared” are also offered at one or more of the other Vermont State Colleges.

 

English

   •  ENG-2283 Survey of English Literature III
   •  ENG-2321 Survey of American Literature I
   •  ENG-2322 Survey of American Literature II
   •  ENG-2323 FYS: 1492: Reading the Conquest
   •  ENG-2355 FYS: Tradition & Identity in Contemporary Literature
   •  ENG-2510 Women & Literature
   •  ENG-2810 Internship
   •  ENG-2910 Independent Study in English
   •  ENG-3020 Feature Writing
   •  ENG-3022 Advanced Newspaper Publishing: Writing, Editing, Layout & Design
   •  ENG-3032 Advanced Editing & Publishing: The Literary Magazine
   •  ENG-3090 Horse & Human Culture
   •  ENG-3120 Poetry Workshop
   •  ENG-3130 Fiction Workshop
   •  ENG-3140 The Creative Essay
   •  ENG-3270 Myth & Myth Making
   •  ENG-3320 The English Novel
   •  ENG-3345 Contemporary Canadian Literature
   •  ENG-3380 British Romantic Literature
   •  ENG-3390 Literature of the Grotesque
   •  ENG-3395 Satire in Literature
   •  ENG-3405 Literary Journalism
   •  ENG-3435 Practical Grammar
   •  ENG-3480 Modern Literature
   •  ENG-3510 Contemporary Literature
   •  ENG-3520 American Poetry
   •  ENG-3525 Victorian Literature
   •  ENG-3530 The American Novel
   •  ENG-3565 Shakespeare
   •  ENG-3580 African American Literature
   •  ENG-3680 Linguistics & Language History
   •  ENG-4010 Issues in Journalism
   •  ENG-4110 The Form & Theory of Fiction
   •  ENG-4120 The Form & Theory of Poetry
   •  ENG-4130 The Form & Theory of Nonfiction
   •  ENG-4150 Literary Criticism & Theory
   •  ENG-4160 Investigative Journalism
   •  ENG-4510 Literary Research Tutorial
   •  ENG-4720 Seminar in Literature
   •  ENG-4810 Internship
   •  ENG-4900 Independent Study in English
   •  ENG-4920 Senior Thesis

English as a Second Language

   •  ESL-1010 Conversation & Listening Skills
   •  ESL-1021 Written Expression I
   •  ESL-1022 Written Expression II
   •  ESL-1031 Understanding & Using English Grammar & Vocabulary I
   •  ESL-1032 Understanding & Using English Grammar & Vocabulary II
   •  ESL-1040 Editing Lab
   •  ESL-1050 Supplemental Instruction Bridge
   •  ESL-2910 Independent Study in English as a Second Language

Environmental Science

   •  ENV-1040 Introduction to Oceanography
   •  ENV-1050 Introduction to Earth Science
   •  ENV-1060 FYS: Nuclear Power & Society
   •  ENV-1090 Introduction to Weather, Climate & Climate Change
   •  ENV-1110 Introduction to Environmental Problems
   •  ENV-2025 Natural History Photography
   •  ENV-2050 The Natural History of Vermont
   •  ENV-2210 Current Topics in Science
   •  ENV-2270 START Seminar
   •  ENV-2810 Internship in Environmental Science
   •  ENV-2910 Independent Study in Environmental Science
   •  ENV-3010 Land Use Planning
   •  ENV-3020 Environmental Law
   •  ENV-3030 Water Resources
   •  ENV-3040 Energy & Mineral Resources
   •  ENV-3130 Environmental Geology
   •  ENV-3150 Toxic & Solid Waste Management
   •  ENV-3160 Coastal & Marine Resources
   •  ENV-3220 Environmental Interpretation
   •  ENV-3230 National Parks & Wilderness Management
   •  ENV-3240 Fundamentals of Soil Science
   •  ENV-3250 Meteorology & Climatology
   •  ENV-3260 Global Climate Change
   •  ENV-3310 Applications in GIS
   •  ENV-3400 Advanced GIS: Spatial Modeling
   •  ENV-4010 Global Environmental Issues
   •  ENV-4710 Special Topics in Environmental Science
   •  ENV-4720 Senior Thesis
   •  ENV-4730 Senior Seminar
   •  ENV-4810 Internship in Environmental Science
   •  ENV-4910 Independent Study in Environmental Science

French

   •  FRE-1111 French I
   •  FRE-1111L French I Lab
   •  FRE-1112 French II
   •  FRE-1112L French II Lab
   •  FRE-2011 French III
   •  FRE-2011L French III Lab
   •  FRE-2012 French IV
   •  FRE-2012L French IV Lab
   •  FRE-2910 Independent Study in French
   •  FRE-3010 Culture & Civilization through Correspondence & Conversation
   •  FRE-4910 Independent Study in French

Geography

   •  GEO-1010 Introduction to Geography

Geology

   •  GEY-3110 Hydrogeology
   •  GEY-3120 Field Geology
   •  GEY-4910 Independent Study in Geology

History

NOTE: Upper-level (3000-4000) courses in History are offered on a rotating basis, generally every other year.

   •  HIS-1030 FYS: The Hidden History of Vermont: Class, Ethnicity & Gender
   •  HIS-1101 FYS: Truthiness 101: A Brief History of Consumer Culture
   •  HIS-1111 World History I
   •  HIS-1112 World History II
 

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