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Loyola University Maryland    
 
    
 
  Oct 18, 2017
 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Academic Catalogue

Course Descriptions


 

Classics/Classical Civilization

   •  CL 207  -  Saint and Sinners in the Eternal City
   •  CL 211  -  Classical Mythology
   •  CL 212  -  The Classical Epics
   •  CL 213  -  Greek Drama
   •  CL 214  -  The Ancient Novel
   •  CL 218  -  The Golden Age of Rome
   •  CL 220  -  The Ancient World
   •  CL 224  -  The Gospels and the Earliest Churches
   •  CL 225  -  Biographical Tales of the Bible
   •  CL 226  -  Women in the Christian Tradition
   •  CL 229  -  Images of God in Scripture
   •  CL 231  -  Story and Revelation: The Art of Biblical Narrative
   •  CL 241  -  Survey of Art: Paleolithic to Gothic
   •  CL 246  -  Who is Jesus?
   •  CL 250  -  Clash of the Titans: Ancient versus Modern Worlds
   •  CL 270  -  Greece and Rome on Film
   •  CL 291  -  The Gladiator
   •  CL 292  -  Race, Conquest, and Identity in Ancient North Africa
   •  CL 300  -  Death of the Roman Republic
   •  CL 301  -  The Church and the Roman Empire
   •  CL 302  -  City of Rome
   •  CL 307  -  Peace and War in Ancient Rome
   •  CL 308  -  Art of Ancient Greece
   •  CL 309  -  Art of Ancient Rome
   •  CL 312  -  History of Ancient Greece
   •  CL 313  -  History of Christmas
   •  CL 314  -  History of the Roman Empire
   •  CL 320  -  Hellenistic History
   •  CL 322  -  Gladiators and Roman Spectacles
   •  CL 324  -  Seminar: The Persecution of the Christians in the Roman World
   •  CL 326  -  The Golden Age of Athens
   •  CL 327  -  Volcanoes, Fire, and Flood: Disasters of Ancient Rome
   •  CL 328  -  Soldiers, Land, and Population Transferrals
   •  CL 329  -  Women in Greece and Rome
   •  CL 334  -  Roman Private Life
   •  CL 335  -  An Introduction to the Theology of Saint Augustine
   •  CL 337  -  The Multicultural Roman Empire
   •  CL 339  -  The Fall of Two Empires: Rome and Byzantium
   •  CL 340  -  Biblical Hebrew I
   •  CL 341  -  Hollywood in Rome
   •  CL 346  -  Disputing the Bible
   •  CL 347  -  Jesus and the Gospels
   •  CL 350  -  Introduction to European Culture
   •  CL 355  -  Saint Paul and His Writings
   •  CL 356  -  Genesis: Exploring the Bible's First Book
   •  CL 358  -  Ancient Philosophy
   •  CL 359  -  The Presocratics
   •  CL 360  -  Independent Study: Classical Civilization
   •  CL 362  -  Special Topics in Classics
   •  CL 364  -  God and Radical Evils
   •  CL 366  -  Studies in Plato
   •  CL 367  -  Plato's Republic
   •  CL 368  -  Introduction to Aristotle
   •  CL 380  -  Platonic Political Philosophy
   •  CL 381  -  Aristotelian Political Philosophy
   •  CL 388  -  Socratic Political Philosophy
   •  CL 405  -  Aristotelian Ethics
   •  CL 420  -  Homer and History
   •  CL 421  -  Caesar and Augustus
   •  CL 450  -  Senior Honors Thesis

Communication

   •  CM 203  -  Introduction to Communication
   •  CM 204  -  Introduction to Multimedia
   •  CM 205  -  Introduction to Journalism
   •  CM 226  -  Introduction to Advertising
   •  CM 227  -  Introduction to Public Relations
   •  CM 301  -  News Reporting and Writing
   •  CM 302  -  Free Speech, Free Expression
   •  CM 303  -  Media Ethics
   •  CM 305  -  Media and the Political Process
   •  CM 306  -  Popular Culture in America
   •  CM 310  -  Public Speaking
   •  CM 311  -  Story Development and Scripting
   •  CM 312  -  Web I
   •  CM 314  -  Communication Research
   •  CM 316  -  Travel Reporting
   •  CM 322  -  Graphics I
   •  CM 324  -  Video I
   •  CM 330  -  Stereotypes in U.S. Film and Television
   •  CM 340  -  Advanced Reporting
   •  CM 342  -  Media, Culture, and Society
   •  CM 345  -  Global Advertising
   •  CM 346  -  International Public Relations
   •  CM 347  -  The Documentary Tradition
   •  CM 349  -  Book Arts and Artists' Books
   •  CM 350  -  Advertising Copy Writing
   •  CM 351  -  Introduction to Radio and Digital Audio
   •  CM 352  -  Graphics II
   •  CM 353  -  Video II
   •  CM 354  -  Writing for Public Relations
   •  CM 355  -  Advertising Management
   •  CM 356  -  Case Studies in Public Relations
   •  CM 357  -  Seminar in Public Relations Specialties
   •  CM 358  -  Social Media in Advertising and Public Relations
   •  CM 359  -  Advertising Culture and Identity
   •  CM 360  -  Literary Journalism
   •  CM 361  -  Copy Editing
   •  CM 362  -  Arts and Entertainment Journalism
   •  CM 364  -  Contemporary Digital Art
   •  CM 365  -  Podcasting and Long-Form Digital Audio
   •  CM 366  -  Reporting on Urban Affairs
 

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