Earn three credits in three weeks!
SUNY NEW PALTZ WINTER SESSION 2013 — Jan. 2–21
Get ahead or catch up in one of four online courses in our first Winter Session.
ARH202 Art of the Western World II
This course will study the history of Western art from the Renaissance to the twentieth century. Lectures and readings will emphasize cultural and historical context as well as the formal qualities of works of art. The student will become familiar with general ways to analyze art as well as diverse qualities of specific styles and movements in art.
GE3: Art; Effective Expression/Aesthetic; Liberal Arts; 3 credits.
Instructor: K. Carso
BIO135 Evolution for Everyone
An introduction to modern evolutionary theory and its applications to a wide range of topics, including epidemiology, forensic medicine, conservation, population biology, social behavior, altruism, sex/mating strategies, religion, and many other aspects of human biology.
GE3: NSCI; Systematic Inquiry; 3 credits.
Instructor: S. Mass
CMD293 Survey of Communication Disorders
In this course students will explore the professions of speech-language pathology and audiology. Students will be able to define basic concepts and terminology in communication disorders, life span issues and identify the scope of practice in a variety of clinical practice settings. This course is appropriate for students wishing to explore career options and consider a major in Communication Disorders.
Liberal Arts; 3 credits.
Instructor: S. Turk
CMM101 Media and Society
Introduction to the history, content, economics, regulation and effects of the major American mass media (books, newspapers, magazines, film, radio, sound recordings and television) and new media, including the Internet.
GE3: SSCI; Liberal Arts; Systematic Inquiry; 3 credits.
Instructor: J. Persaud
Registration starts Dec. 3 at 8:30 a.m.
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