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Biology


BI 102 – General Biology

BI 104 – General Biology (For Majors)

BI 329 – Plant Biology

BI 335 – Animal Behavior

BI 338 – Invertebrate Zoology

 

Chemistry


CH 110 – Principles of Physical Science

CH 111 – Physical Sciences II

CH 131 – Scientific Misconduct

 

Computer Science


CS 101 – Computer Applications

 

Criminal Justice


CJ 209 – Criminal Law

CJ 212 – Criminal Procedure

CJ 223 – White Collar Crime

CJ 231 – Juvenile Justice Systems

CJ 367 – Special Topics: Women in Prison

 

Economics & Business


EC 231 – Principles of Marketing

EC 232 – Advertising

EC 233 – Consumer Behavior

EC 241 – Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis

EC 244 – Economics of Industrial Organization

EC 322 – International Business Management

EC 323 – Seminar in Business

EC 341 – Seminar in Economics (Antitrust)

EC 342 – Econometrics

 

Education


ED 322 - Equity Inclusion and Diversity in Education

ED 375 - Teaching Elementary Reading

 

English


EN 103 – Freshman English (Library Instruction Session) (PDF/81KB)

EN 104 – The Accidental Odyssey: A Tapestry of Journeys (Prof. Morton)

EN 104 – America:  Land of Promise?  (Prof. DePino)

EN 104 – American Adventures (Prof. Quaratiello)

EN 104 – Americans Living Abroad (Prof. Sherlock)

EN 104 – The Candidate (Prof. Walker)

EN 104 – Conformity and Rebellion:  The 1950s (Prof. Thorn)

EN 104 – Contemporary Irish Literature  (Prof. Brown)

EN 104 – Dark and Supernatural Literature  (Prof. Deleault)

EN 104 – "The Dogs of War!": War and Conflict in Literature (Prof. Contarino)

EN 104 – The Emotional and Intellectual Pleasures of Poetry (Prof. Bellerive)

EN 104 – The Experience of Perplexity  (Prof. Baker)

EN 104 – Exploring Dramatic Literature (Prof. Magnuson)

EN 104 – Extreme Fiction: Short Stories on the Edge  (Prof. Bellipanni)

EN 104 – Friends, Romans, Countrymen (Prof. Bouchard)

EN 104 – Honor and Valor: The Warrior in Literature and Film (Prof. Lucas)

EN 104 – Identity and Transformation in Literature (Prof. Contarino)

EN 104 – Identity and Transformation in Literature (Honors)  (Prof. Contarino)

EN 104 – In Pursuit of the American Dream  (Prof. Lafleur)

EN 104 – The Language of Power and the Power of Language (Prof. Menon)

EN 104 – Literature Across Cultures:  Experiences That Connect Us
                  (Prof. Michaels)

EN 104 – Literature and the American Civil War  (Prof. Williams)

EN 104 – Literature of Liberty (Prof. Cronin)

EN 104 – Literature of the Fantastic  (Prof. Cavelos)

EN 104 – Masterpieces of Short Fiction (Prof. Lucas)

EN 104 – Masterpieces of Short Fiction (Prof. Norton)

EN 104 – Non-Western Portraits of Human Greatness (Prof. Malieckal)

EN 104 – The Novels of Philip Pullman (Prof. Malieckal)

EN 104 – Reading and Writing About Family (Prof. Sherlock)

EN 104 – Road Trips:  When Being a Tourist Isn't Enough  (Prof. Sherlock)

EN 104 – Shades of Gray...and Brown...and Ivory:  Race and Racism
                  in Literature  (Prof. Miller)

EN 104 – Stonewalls and Bananafish: New Hampshire Writers (Prof. Cronin)

EN 104 – Sounds of Silence: Voices of Conscience in Literature (Prof. Lordi)

EN 104 – Three Modern Novelists on America and Americans (Prof. Bellerive)

EN 104 – "Thumbs Up? You've Got to be Kidding!" Writing Critically About Film
                  (Prof. Gleason)

EN 104 – 'Til Death Do Us Part:  Matrimony from the Bible to the Beatniks and
                  Beyond (Prof. Bouchard)

EN 104 – Twentieth-Century American Fiction by Women Writers (Prof. Norton)

EN 104 – "Up Close and Personal": Autobiographical Literature in 19th Century
                   America
(Prof. Quaratiello)

EN 104 – World Youth Today: A Tour in Fiction  (Prof. Thorn)

EN 104 – Writing Resistance (Prof. Menon)

EN 340A – Postcolonial Literature

EN 363 – American Drama and Culture

EN 363 – American Playwrights since 1945

EN 363 – European Masters of Drama

 

Fine Arts


FA 230 – Art of the United States and the Americas

FA 329 – Art of China and Japan

FA 350 – Art of South and Southeast Asia

FAH 110 – Introduction to Architecture

FAH 212 – Art and Architecture of the Middle Ages

FAH 214 – Renaissance Art

FAH 216 – Baroque Art

FAH 480 – Senior Seminar in Fine Arts

 

History


HI 100 – Introduction to History

HI 226 – Modern European History

HI 276 – Early Africa

HI 315 – The Renaissance

HI 317 – Medieval Spain

HI 324 – Special Topics: Medieval England

HI 326 – Modern Britain

HI 327 – Early Modern France

HI 333 – Europe since 1945

HI 374 – Special Topics: Native American History

HI 374 – Special Topics: New South

HI 386 – World War II

HI 399 – Special Topics: British Empire

HI 399 – Special Topics: Southern Africa

HI 399 – Special Topics: World War II

HI 481 – Seminar in History Research (Prof. Masur)

HI 481 – Seminar in History Research (Prof. Perrone)

HI 481 – Seminar in History Research (Prof. Salerno)

 

Humanities


HU 102 – Humanities

 

Modern Languages & Literatures


FR 350 – Survey of French Literature

FR 356 – French Poetry I

FR 371 – French Women Writers

 

Music


MU 240 – American Music

MU 241 – American Musical Theater

MU 242 – Studies in Film Music

MU 243 – Studies in Jazz History

MU 342 – Music of the Classic and Romantic Eras

MU 343 – Music of the Modern Era

 

Philosophy


PH 107 – Ethics

PH 240 – 19th Century Philosophy

PH 333 – Business Ethics

PH 336 – Aesthetics

PH 342 – Existentialism

PH 450 – Seminar: Islamic Philosophy

PH 450 – Seminar: Thomas Reid

PH 467 – Preceptorial: Bergson's Evolutionary Philosophy

PH 467 – Preceptorial: Dante

PH 467 – Preceptorial: Life of Muhammad

PH 467 – Preceptorial: Sartre

 

Politics


PO 203 – Political Science Research Methods

 

Psychology


PY 202 – Child Psychology (Research Group)

PY 202 – Child Psychology (Service Learning Group)

PY 210 – Psychology of the Family

PY 302 – Experimental Psychology I

PY 303 – Experimental Psychology II

PY 304 – Cognitive Psychology

 

Sociology


SO 228 – Sociology of Health and Illness

SO 255 – Social Welfare:   Poverty and Public Policy

SO 333 – Sociology of Genocide

SO 342 – Social Inequality

SO 451 – Special Topics: Peace, Conflict, and War

 

Theology


TH 301 – The Prophets

TH 355 – Christian Marriage

TH 401 – Mariology Seminar

 

Other


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NHIOP Civic Leadership Academy

Peace Colloquium

 

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