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Loyola University Maryland    
 
    
 
  Dec 11, 2017
 
2017-2018 Undergraduate Academic Catalogue

Course Descriptions


 

English

   •  EN 098  -  English Internships in Private Schools
   •  EN 099  -  English Internships (150 Hours)
   •  EN 101  -  Understanding Literature
   •  EN 180  -  Introduction to Film and Literature
   •  EN 200  -  Major Writers: Special Topics
   •  EN 201  -  Major Writers: English Literature
   •  EN 203  -  Major Writers: American Literature
   •  EN 204  -  British and American Literature: Coming of Age in Times of Conflict
   •  EN 205  -  Major Writers: Shakespeare
   •  EN 211  -  Major Writers: Classical Mythology
   •  EN 212  -  Major Writers: The Classical Epics
   •  EN 213  -  Major Writers: Greek Drama
   •  EN 214  -  The Ancient Novel
   •  EN 218  -  Major Writers: The Golden Age of Rome
   •  EN 300  -  English Literary History before 1800
   •  EN 301  -  Chaucer
   •  EN 302  -  Medieval Love
   •  EN 303  -  Topics in Italian Influence on Major English Writers
   •  EN 304  -  Arthur and Other Heroes
   •  EN 305  -  Masterpieces in World Literature
   •  EN 306  -  Topics in Medieval Literature
   •  EN 307  -  Seminar in Medieval Literature
   •  EN 308  -  Critical Methodologies (Pre-1800): Special Topics
   •  EN 310  -  Shakespeare I
   •  EN 311  -  Shakespeare II
   •  EN 312  -  Seminar in Shakespeare
   •  EN 313  -  Renaissance Literature
   •  EN 317  -  Seminar in Renaissance Literature
   •  EN 320  -  Milton
   •  EN 322  -  Seventeenth-Century Poetry and Prose
   •  EN 325  -  Topics in Seventeenth-Century Literature
   •  EN 327  -  Seminar in Seventeenth-Century Literature
   •  EN 328  -  Seminar in Literature and Catholicism (Pre-1800)
   •  EN 329  -  Poetry and Drama, 1660-1800
   •  EN 330  -  The Long Eighteenth Century
   •  EN 332  -  Literature and the Catholic Imagination (Pre-1800)
   •  EN 334  -  Novels of the Eighteenth Century
   •  EN 335  -  Topics in Eighteenth-Century Literature
   •  EN 336  -  Seminar in Literature and Film (Pre-1800)
   •  EN 337  -  Seminar in Eighteenth-Century Literature
   •  EN 338  -  Intensive Independent Study (Pre-1830)
   •  EN 339  -  Seminar in Literary Topics before 1800
   •  EN 345  -  Literary Criticism and Theory
   •  EN 346  -  Seminar in Literary Criticism and Theory
   •  EN 347  -  Seminar in Romantic Literature
   •  EN 350  -  The Romantic Movement
   •  EN 354  -  Topics in Romanticism
   •  EN 360  -  The Nineteenth-Century English Novel
   •  EN 361  -  Topics in Victorian Literature
   •  EN 362  -  Victorian Poetry: Madmen, Saints, and Sinners
   •  EN 363  -  Seminar in Victorian Literature
   •  EN 364  -  Literature and the Catholic Imagination (Post-1800)
   •  EN 365  -  Seminar in Literature and Catholicism (Post-1800)
   •  EN 366  -  American Literature to the First World War
   •  EN 367  -  Topics in American Literature
   •  EN 368  -  Critical Methodologies (Post-1800): Special Topics
   •  EN 369  -  The Novel in America
   •  EN 370  -  Modern British and American Fiction
   •  EN 371  -  Contemporary Literature
   •  EN 372  -  Modern British and American Poetry
   •  EN 373  -  African American Literature
   •  EN 374  -  Modern Drama
   •  EN 376  -  Postcolonial Literature
   •  EN 377  -  Topics in Twentieth-Century Literature
   •  EN 378  -  Race and Ethnicity in American Literature
   •  EN 379  -  Gender in American Literature
   •  EN 380  -  The History of Narrative Cinema
   •  EN 382  -  Topics in Literature and Film Studies
   •  EN 383  -  Seminar in Modern Literature
   •  EN 384  -  Topics in Postcolonial Literature
   •  EN 385  -  Seminar in Postcolonial Literature
   •  EN 386  -  Seminar in Literature and Film (Post-1800)
   •  EN 387  -  Seminar in Contemporary Literature
   •  EN 388  -  Seminar in Multiethnic American Literature
   •  EN 389  -  Seminar in Literature and Gender
   •  EN 397  -  Seminar in American Literature
   •  EN 398  -  Intensive Independent Study (Post-1800)
   •  EN 399  -  Seminar in Literary Topics after 1800
   •  EN 400  -  The Aperio Seminar
   •  EN 405  -  Capstone Project in American Studies
   •  EN 409  -  Senior Honors Seminar
   •  EN 410  -  Senior Honors Thesis

Finance

   •  FI 121  -  Personal Financial Management
   •  FI 320  -  Financial Management
   •  FI 330  -  Junior Analyst Class
   •  FI 335  -  International Finance: Study Tour
   •  FI 340  -  Global Financial Management
   •  FI 380  -  Fixed Income Securities: Valuation and Markets
   •  FI 381  -  Equity Securities: Valuation and Markets
   •  FI 426  -  Special Topics in Finance
   •  FI 430  -  Financial Services Firms and Their Environments
   •  FI 431  -  Derivative Securities and Markets
   •  FI 433  -  Portfolio Management
   •  FI 434  -  Student Managed Sellinger Applied Portfolio Fund
   •  FI 440  -  Financial Analysis and Valuation
   •  FI 441  -  Advanced Financial Management
   •  FI 499  -  Finance Internship

Fine Arts

   •  FA 496  -  Environmental Studies Experience

French

   •  FR 101  -  Introductory French I
   •  FR 102  -  Introductory French II
 

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