2017-2018 Catalog 
    
    May 27, 2018  
2017-2018 Catalog

Courses


Description of courses offered by the various departments

The symbols FA (fall), I (interim), SP (spring), and SU (summer) indicate when each course is offered. The credit (semester hours) for each course is indicated in parentheses after the course name. Interim course descriptions are made available during the fall semester and are published online.

 

 

Biology: Advanced Courses

   •  BIOL 364 - Global Health, Environment, and Sustainability

Biology: Pre-Professional Courses

These courses are intended for non-biology majors who pursue pre-nursing or other pre-professional, especially pre-health care, programs.

   •  BIOL 141 - Cell Biology and Genetics for the Health Sciences
   •  BIOL 205 - Human Anatomy
   •  BIOL 206 - Human Physiology
   •  BIOL 207 - Medical Microbiology

Biology: Research and Practicum Courses

   •  BIOL 290 - Directed Research
   •  BIOL 354 - Investigations in a Specific Topic
   •  BIOL 385 - Internship in Biology
   •  BIOL 390 - Independent Study
   •  BIOL 399 - Undergraduate Research

Biology: Seminar Course

   •  BIOL 295 - Biology Seminar

Biology: Capstone Courses

Enrollment in these courses assumes senior status in a biologically-oriented program, or permission of the instructor and completion of biblical or theological foundations I, developing a Christian mind, and philosophical foundations.

   •  BIOL 395 - Perspectives in Biology
   •  BIOL 396 - Perspectives in Medicine

Business

   •  BUS 160 - Business Foundations
   •  BUS 160H - Business Foundations
   •  BUS 256 - Nonprofit Management and Leadership
   •  BUS 350 - Law in Business
   •  BUS 357 - Business Aspects for Engineers
   •  BUS 359 - Internship in Business
   •  BUS 360 - Management and Organizational Behavior
   •  BUS 362 - Ethics in Business
   •  BUS 363 - Production and Operations Management
   •  BUS 364 - Global Supply Chain Management
   •  BUS 365 - Human Resource Management
   •  BUS 366 - Advanced Topics in Human Resource Management
   •  BUS 367 - Small Business Management
   •  BUS 368 - Entrepreneurship
   •  BUS 370 - Financial Principles
   •  BUS 371 - Financial Instruments and Markets
   •  BUS 372 - Advanced Corporate Finance
   •  BUS 380 - Marketing
   •  BUS 381 - Advanced Topics in Marketing
   •  BUS 382 - Consumer Behavior Theory and Practice
   •  BUS 390 - Independent Study
   •  BUS 396 - Strategic Management
   •  BUS 397 - Business Capstone

Chemistry: General College Courses

These introductory courses satisfy the Physical World core requirement. Non-science majors are encouraged to enroll in CHEM 101  or CHEM 115 . Science majors must enroll in CHEM 103  and CHEM 104 , or CHEM 105 . Students having a strong chemistry background are encouraged to enroll in CHEM 105 .

   •  CHEM 101 - The Molecular World
   •  CHEM 103 - General Chemistry I
   •  CHEM 104 - General Chemistry II
   •  CHEM 105 - Chemical Principles
   •  CHEM 115 - Chemistry for the Health Sciences

Chemistry: Foundational Courses

These courses provide foundational instruction in the sub-disciplines of chemistry.

   •  CHEM 201 - Analytical Chemistry
   •  CHEM 201L - Analytical Chemistry Laboratory
   •  CHEM 230 - Essential Inorganic Chemistry
   •  CHEM 253 - Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry
   •  CHEM 253L - Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry Lab
   •  CHEM 261 - Organic Chemistry I
   •  CHEM 261L - Organic Chemistry I Lab
   •  CHEM 262L - Organic Chemistry II Lab
   •  CHEM 303 - Fundamentals of Biochemistry
   •  CHEM 304 - Physical Chemistry for the Biological Sciences
   •  CHEM 304L - Physical Chemistry for the Biological Sciences Lab
   •  CHEM 317 - Physical Chemistry
   •  CHEM 317L - Physical Chemistry I Lab
   •  CHEM 323 - Biochemistry I

Chemistry: Advanced Courses

These courses build on prerequisite foundational course work, integrating and investigating foundational concepts more thoroughly.

   •  CHEM 262 - Organic Chemistry II
   •  CHEM 271 - Environmental Chemistry
   •  CHEM 271L - Environmental Chemistry Lab
   •  CHEM 318 - Physical Chemistry II
   •  CHEM 318L - Physical Chemistry II Lab
   •  CHEM 324 - Biochemistry II
   •  CHEM 325 - Advanced Organic Chemistry
   •  CHEM 329 - Instrumental Methods for Chemical and Biological Sciences
   •  CHEM 329L - Instrumental Methods for Chemical and Biological Sciences & Instrumental Methods Laboratory
   •  CHEM 330 - Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
   •  CHEM 330L - Advanced Inorganic Chemistry Lab
   •  CHEM 383L - Laboratory in Biochemistry
   •  CHEM 390 - Independent Study

Chemistry: Seminars, Capstone, and Research Courses

   •  CHEM 295 - Chemistry Seminar
   •  CHEM 395 - Academic Year Research
   •  CHEM 397 - Summer Research

Chemistry: Off-Campus Courses

   •  CHEM 385 - Internship in Chemistry

Chicago Semester Program

   •  CSP 301 - Arts in the City
   •  CSP 303 - Diversity and Inequality: Engaging Chicago Cross Culturally
   •  CSP 305 - Values and Vocation
   •  CSP 345 - Field Internship
   •  CSP 390 - Urban Planning, Development and the Sustainable City.

Chinese

   •  CHIN 101 - Elementary Chinese I
   •  CHIN 102 - Elementary Chinese II
   •  CHIN 201 - Intermediate Chinese I
   •  CHIN 202 - Intermediate Chinese II
   •  CHIN 301 - Advanced Chinese Language I
   •  CHIN 302 - Advanced Chinese Language II
   •  CHIN 311 - Readings on Chinese Society and Culture
   •  CHIN 312 - Further Readings on Chinese Society and Culture

Classics

   •  CLAS 211 - Classical Literature
   •  CLAS 221 - Classical Art and Architecture
   •  CLAS 231 - Classical Mythology
   •  IDIS 198 - Classical and Medieval Palaeography

Communication Arts and Sciences

   •  CAS 101 - Oral Rhetoric
   •  CAS 120 - Calvin Theatre Company
   •  CAS 141 - Visual Rhetoric
   •  CAS 145 - Introduction to Film and Media
   •  CAS 180 - Communicating with Digital Media
   •  CAS 190 - Introduction to Digital Filmmaking
   •  CAS 200 - Advanced Oral Rhetoric
   •  CAS 201 - New Media
   •  CAS 203 - Performance Studies
   •  CAS 204 - Directing Co-Curricular Programs
   •  CAS 214 - Creating Communication Arts in the Classroom
 

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