Courses of Study 2011-2012 
    
    Aug 17, 2018  
Courses of Study 2011-2012 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

AIRS—Department of Aerospace Studies

   •  AIRS 3342 - Junior Officer Leadership Experiences II
   •  AIRS 4401 - National Security Affairs / Preparation for Active Duty I
   •  AIRS 4402 - National Security Affairs / Preparation for Active Duty II
   •  AIRS 4441 - Advanced Leadership Experiences
   •  AIRS 4442 - Precommissioning Laboratory

AIS—American Indian Studies

   •  AIS 1100 - Introduction to American Indian Studies I: Indigenous North America to 1890
   •  AIS 1110 - Introduction to American Indian Studies II: Contemporary Issues in Indigenous North America
   •  AIS 1121 - Seeing Red: American Indian (Mis)Representations
   •  AIS 2220 - Field Course in Iroquois Archaeology
   •  AIS 2255 - [Echoes of Time Immemorial: American Indian Languages, Cosmogonies, and Self-Determination]
   •  AIS 2350 - [Archaeology of North American Indians]
   •  AIS 2360 - [Native People of the Northeast]
   •  AIS 2390 - [Seminar in Iroquois History]
   •  AIS 2400 - Indigenous Women's Experiences
   •  AIS 2660 - Everything You Know About Indians is Wrong: Unlearning Native American History
   •  AIS 3248 - [Iroquois Archaeology]
   •  AIS 3330 - [Ways of Knowing: Indigenous and Local Ecological Knowledge]
   •  AIS 3400 - Contested Terrain: Hawaii
   •  AIS 3422 - Culture, Politics, and Environment in the Circumpolar North
   •  AIS 4000 - Critical Approaches to American Indian Studies
   •  AIS 4100 - [Health and Survival Inequalities]
   •  AIS 4600 - Field and Analytical Methods in Archaeology
   •  AIS 4720 - Historical Archaeology of Indigenous Peoples
   •  AIS 4900 - [New World Encounters, 1500 - 1800]
   •  AIS 4970 - Independent Study
   •  AIS 6000 - Critical Approaches to American Indian Studies
   •  AIS 6010 - American Indian Studies Proseminar
   •  AIS 6248 - [Iroquois Archaeology]
   •  AIS 6350 - Indigenous Peoples and Globalization
   •  AIS 6422 - Culture, Politics, and Environment in the Circumpolar North
   •  AIS 6970 - Independent Study in American Indian Studies
   •  AIS 7720 - Historical Archaeology of Indigenous Peoples

ALS—Agriculture & Life Sciences

   •  ALS 1140 - Explorations in Biology Research and Health Professions
   •  ALS 3100 - Foundations in Leadership: Skills for Professional Success and Life
   •  ALS 3920 - New York State Government Affairs
   •  ALS 4000 - Community Service Learning Project
   •  ALS 4770 - Environmental Stewardship in the Cornell Community
   •  ALS 4940 - Special Topics in Agriculture and Life Sciences
   •  ALS 4960 - Internship in Agriculture and Life Sciences
   •  ALS 4970 - Independent Study in Agriculture and Life Sciences
   •  ALS 4980 - Undergraduate Teaching Assistant
   •  ALS 4990 - Undergraduate Research in Agriculture and Life Sciences
   •  ALS 4991 - Honors Project I
   •  ALS 4992 - Honors Project II
   •  ALS 4998 - Politics and Policy: Theory, Research, and Practice
   •  ALS 5100 - Leadership Development for Life Scientists
   •  ALS 5780 - International Teaching Assistant Development Program Course 1
   •  ALS 5790 - International Teaching Assistant Development Program Course 2
   •  ALS 5800 - International Teaching Assistant Development Program Course 3
   •  ALS 5810 - International Teaching Assistant Development Program Course 4
   •  ALS 6015 - The Practice of Teaching in Higher Education
   •  ALS 6016 - Teaching as Research in Higher Education
   •  ALS 6940 - Graduate Special Topics in Agriculture and Life Sciences

AMST—American Studies

   •  AMST 1101 - Introduction to American Studies
   •  AMST 1143 - Space Cowboys: The 60s Hero
   •  AMST 1240 - Democracy and Its Discontents: Political Traditions in the United States
   •  AMST 1312 - History of Rock Music
   •  AMST 1313 - A Survey of Jazz
   •  AMST 1530 - [Introduction to American History I]
   •  AMST 1531 - [Introduction to American History II]
   •  AMST 1581 - America at War to 1898
   •  AMST 1600 - Introduction to American Indian Studies I: Indigenous North America to 1890
   •  AMST 1601 - Introduction to American Indian Studies II: Contemporary Issues in Indigenous North America
   •  AMST 1800 - Immigration in U.S. History
   •  AMST 2000 - Introduction to Visual Studies
   •  AMST 2001 - The First American University
   •  AMST 2002 - An Overview of American Studies
   •  AMST 2010 - [Popular Culture in the United States, 1900 - 1945]
   •  AMST 2011 - Race, Gender, and the Internet
   •  AMST 2020 - [Popular Culture in the United States, 1950 to the Present]
   •  AMST 2030 - Introduction to American Literature: Beginnings to the Civil War
   •  AMST 2040 - Introduction to American Literature: Civil War to the Present
   •  AMST 2041 - [Asian American Communities]
   •  AMST 2060 - The Great American Cornell Novel
   •  AMST 2090 - The Salem Witchcraft Crisis of 1692
   •  AMST 2100 - [Sophomore Seminar in American Studies]
   •  AMST 2105 - [The American Musical]
   •  AMST 2110 - [Black Religious Traditions: Sacred and Secular]
   •  AMST 2111 - [Black History Topics Through Film]
   •  AMST 2150 - [Comparative American Literatures]
   •  AMST 2160 - [Television]
   •  AMST 2200 - [The Road Trip in American History and Culture]
   •  AMST 2250 - [The U.S.-Mexico Border: History, Culture, Representation]
   •  AMST 2290 - [Jefferson and Lincoln: American Ideas about Freedom]
   •  AMST 2292 - American Capitalism
   •  AMST 2299 - Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies
   •  AMST 2331 - [Agriculture, History, and Society: From Squanto to Biotechnology]
   •  AMST 2350 - [Archaeology of North American Indians]
   •  AMST 2360 - [Native People of the Northeast]
   •  AMST 2390 - [Seminar in Iroquois History]
   •  AMST 2401 - [Introduction to Latino/a Literature]
   •  AMST 2440 - The United States in Vietnam
   •  AMST 2501 - Race and Popular Culture
   •  AMST 2510 - [20th-Century Women Writers]
   •  AMST 2511 - [Black Women to 1900]
   •  AMST 2512 - [Black Women in the 20th Century]
   •  AMST 2515 - [Introduction to Women Writers]
   •  AMST 2581 - Environmental History
   •  AMST 2620 - Introduction to Asian American Literature
   •  AMST 2640 - Introduction to Asian American History
 

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