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    State University of New York at Oswego
   
 
  Oct 19, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Courses


 

Chemistry

   •  CHE 111 - General Chemistry
   •  CHE 113 - Laboratory (for CHE 111)
   •  CHE 120 - Applied Math for General Chemistry
   •  CHE 209 - Chemistry and Public Concern
   •  CHE 212 - General Chemistry II
   •  CHE 214 - General Chemistry II Lab
   •  CHE 230 - Introductory Organic Chemistry
   •  CHE 230 LAB - Introductory Organic Chemistry Laboratory
   •  CHE 300 - Environmental Science
   •  CHE 301 - Chemical Safety
   •  CHE 305 - Criminalistic Chemistry
   •  CHE 322 - Analytical Chemistry
   •  CHE 331 - Organic Chemistry
   •  CHE 332 - Organic Chemistry
   •  CHE 341 - Physical Chemistry
   •  CHE 341 LAB - Physical Chemistry Laboratory
   •  CHE 342 - Physical Chemistry
   •  CHE 342 LAB - Physical Chemistry Laboratory
   •  CHE 343 - Comprehensive Physical Chemistry Laboratory
   •  CHE 360 - Introductory Biochemistry
   •  CHE 360 LAB - Introductory Biochemistry Laboratory
   •  CHE 397 - Research in Chemistry
   •  CHE 399 - Independent Study
   •  CHE 401 - Special Topics in Advanced Chemistry
   •  CHE 403 - NMR Laboratory
   •  CHE 405 - Forensic Science
   •  CHE 425 - Instrumental Analysis
   •  CHE 433 - Organic Synthesis
   •  CHE 434 - Advanced Organic Chemistry Laboratory
   •  CHE 436 - Advanced Organic Chemistry
   •  CHE 440 - Organic Spectroscopy
   •  CHE 445 - Computational Methods in Chemistry
   •  CHE 448 - Chemical Application of Group Theory
   •  CHE 451 - Inorganic Chemistry
   •  CHE 451 LAB - Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory
   •  CHE 455 - Medicinal Chemistry
   •  CHE 458 - Crystallography
   •  CHE 461 - Biochemistry
   •  CHE 461 LAB - Biochemistry Laboratory
   •  CHE 462 - Biochemistry
   •  CHE 462 LAB - Biochemistry Laboratory
   •  CHE 471 - Proteomics with Laboratory
   •  CHE 473 - Environmental Chemistry
   •  CHE 473 LAB - Environmental Chemistry Laboratory
   •  CHE 494 - Capstone Research
   •  CHE 495 - Teaching of Chemistry
   •  CHE 498 - Internship
   •  CHE 499 - Independent Study

Childhood Education

   •  CED 330 - Teaching Mathematics: Authentic Literacy and Learning
   •  CED 340 - Teaching Science and Technology: Authentic Literacy and Learning
   •  CED 350 - Teaching Social Studies: Authentic Literacy and Learning
   •  CED 393 - Field Experience III: Planning and Teaching Practicum
   •  CED 394 - Integrated Childhood Methods
   •  CED 420 - Childhood Student Teaching
   •  CED 421 - Cross-Cultural Student Teaching

Chinese

   •  CHI 101 - Elementary Chinese
   •  CHI 102 - Continuing Elementary Chinese
   •  CHI 201 - Intermediate Chinese
   •  CHI 202 - Continuing Intermediate Chinese
   •  CHI 302 - Advanced Chinese: Culture, Communication, Commerce (China)

Cinema Screen Studies

   •  CSS 111 - First-Year Film Practicum
   •  CSS 235 - Introduction to Cinema Production
   •  CSS 335 - Intermediate Cinema Production
   •  CSS 337 - Motion Picture Editing
   •  CSS 360 - Studies in National Cinemas
   •  CSS 385 - Children's Literature and Film
   •  CSS 391 - Film Practicum
   •  CSS 395 - Special Topics
   •  CSS 396 - CSS Teaching Assistant
   •  CSS 435 - Motion Picture Directing
   •  CSS 485 - Experimental Filmmaking
   •  CSS 487 - Advanced Studies in Film Theory
   •  CSS 491 - Location-based Filmmaking
   •  CSS 496 - Senior Thesis

Cognitive Science

   •  COG 166 - Introduction to Cognitive Science
   •  COG 212 - Programming and Problem Solving
   •  COG 241 - Programming and Knowledge Representation
   •  COG 266 - Brains, Minds and Consciousness
   •  COG 316 - Cognitive Musicology
   •  COG 356 - Generative Processes and Abstract Machines
   •  COG 366 - Computational Models of Cognitive Processes
   •  COG 376 - Computer Models of Language Representation and Processing
   •  COG 399 - Independent Study
   •  COG 411 - Introduction into Neural Networks
   •  COG 435 - Cognitive Systems
   •  COG 444 - Semiotics and the Study of Meaning
   •  COG 468 - Cognitive Science Capstone Seminar
   •  COG 490 - Selected Topics in Cognitive Science
   •  COG 499 - Independent Study

Communication

   •  COM 100 - Foundations of Communication
   •  COM 210 - Critical Thinking and Public Speaking
   •  COM 211 - Strategic Communication in Business
   •  COM 212 - Interpersonal Communication
   •  COM 215 - Survey of Public Relations
   •  COM 240 - Group Interaction and Discussion
   •  COM 295 - Selected Topics in Communication
   •  COM 301 - Communication Theories
   •  COM 302 - Message Criticism
   •  COM 303 - Qualitative Communication Research Methods
   •  COM 313 - Writing for Public Relations and Mass Media
 

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