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    State University of New York at Oswego
   
 
  Dec 16, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Courses


 

Biology

   •  BIO 200 - Human Impacts on the Environment
   •  BIO 203 - Human Biology
   •  BIO 207 - Understanding Evolution
   •  BIO 211 - Human Genetics
   •  BIO 220 - Diversity of Life
   •  BIO 296 - Directed Research
   •  BIO 301 - Topics in Modern Biology
   •  BIO 303 - Conservation and Ethical Treatment of Nonhuman Primates
   •  BIO 304 - Insects and People
   •  BIO 309 - Cellular Physiology
   •  BIO 310 - Microbiology
   •  BIO 311 - Ecology of Host-Microbial Interactions
   •  BIO 315 - Genetics
   •  BIO 316 - Laboratory in Genetics
   •  BIO 320 - Introductory Ecology
   •  BIO 322 - Microscopy and Imaging Techniques
   •  BIO 323 - Geographic Information Systems in Ecology and Conservation
   •  BIO 324 - Population Biology
   •  BIO 325 - Behavioral Biology
   •  BIO 327 - Sexual Diversity and Evolution
   •  BIO 340 - The Plant Kingdom
   •  BIO 341 - Plants and Society
   •  BIO 342 - Fungal Biology
   •  BIO 345 - Trees and Shrubs
   •  BIO 357 - Plant Systematics
   •  BIO 358 - Plant Ecology
   •  BIO 363 - Great Lakes Environmental Issues
   •  BIO 370 - The Animal Kingdom
   •  BIO 381 - Immunology
   •  BIO 390 - Climate Change Ecology
   •  BIO 394 - International Study in Biology
   •  BIO 396 - Teaching Assistant in the Biological Sciences
   •  BIO 399 - Independent Study
   •  BIO 400 - Ecosystems and Society
   •  BIO 420 - Wetland Ecology
   •  BIO 421 - Winter Ecology
   •  BIO 425 - Evolution
   •  BIO 439 - Molecular Biology
   •  BIO 440 - Developmental Plant Biology
   •  BIO 451 - Human Pathophysiology
   •  BIO 453 - Pharmacology
   •  BIO 457 - Introduction to Bioinformatics
   •  BIO 460 - Conservation Biology
   •  BIO 474 - Parasitology
   •  BIO 492 - Research
   •  BIO 497 - Senior Honors Thesis
   •  BIO 498 - Internship in Biology
   •  BIO 499 - Independent Study

Broadcasting and Mass Communication

   •  BRC 108 - Introduction to Mass Media
   •  BRC 200 - Social History of American Radio and Television
   •  BRC 215 - Broadcast Performance
   •  BRC 220 - Radio Production
   •  BRC 222 - Introduction to New Media
   •  BRC 223 - Integrated Media Writing and Design
   •  BRC 229 - Broadcast News Writing
   •  BRC 235 - Introduction to Video Production
   •  BRC 300 - Broadcasting and Cable
   •  BRC 301 - Media Economics
   •  BRC 305 - Media Management
   •  BRC 308 - Sound for Television and Film
   •  BRC 309 - Sound for Television and Film II
   •  BRC 315 - Post Production and Editing
   •  BRC 319 - Mass Media and the Law
   •  BRC 320 - Programs, Programming and Effects
   •  BRC 321 - Electronic Media Sales and Marketing
   •  BRC 325 - Research Methods for Mass Media
   •  BRC 328 - Media Copywriting
   •  BRC 329 - Broadcast News Reporting
   •  BRC 330 - Telecommunications
   •  BRC 345 - Sports Broadcasting
   •  BRC 350 - Children, Women, and Minorities in the Media
   •  BRC 370 - Comparative Studies in World Broadcasting
   •  BRC 399 - Independent Studies
   •  BRC 400 - Media and Society
   •  BRC 410 - Hollywood Field Experience
   •  BRC 419 - Mass Media & Politics
   •  BRC 420 - Technology and Culture
   •  BRC 421 - Social Networks and the Web
   •  BRC 425 - Media Audiences
   •  BRC 428 - Scriptwriting for Television
   •  BRC 429 - Broadcast News Processing and Producing
   •  BRC 445 - Advanced Television Production
   •  BRC 450 - Topics in Broadcasting
   •  BRC 455 - Electronic Field Production and Video Post Production
   •  BRC 460 - Global Documentary Production
   •  BRC 465 - Dramatic Video Production
   •  BRC 497 - Broadcast Practicum
   •  BRC 498 - Broadcasting Internship
   •  BRC 499 - Independent Study

Business

   •  BUS 296 - Teaching Assistant in the School of Business
   •  BUS 396 - Teaching Assistant in the School of Business
   •  BUS 498 - Management Internship
   •  BUS 499 - Independent Study

Business Law

   •  BLW 280 - Business Law I
   •  BLW 355 - Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business
   •  BLW 381 - Business Law II
   •  BLW 455 - Cyber Law

Chemistry

   •  CHE 101 - Survey of Chemistry
   •  CHE 101 LAB - Survey of Chemistry Laboratory
   •  CHE 110 - Freshman Chemistry Seminar
 

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