FIRST YEAR - FALL SEMESTER

 

Course number:  BIO 20700

Course Title: Biology of Organisms

Semester:  Spring 1st Year / 4 Credits

Course Director: TBA

Course Description:  Please check the Course Bulletin

 

Course number:  FIQWS 10013

Course Title: Freshman Inquiry Writing Seminar- Creative   Expression: Narrative Medicine

Semester: Spring 1st Year / 3 Credits

Course Director: Samantha Barrick

Course Description:

 

Course number: FIQWS 10113

Course Title: Freshman Inquiry Writing Seminar- Creative Expression: Composition

Semester: Spring 1st Year / 3 Credits

Course Director: TBA

Course Description: Please check the Course Bulletin

 

Course number: PHYS 20300

Course Title: General Physics I

Semester: Spring 1st Year / 4 Credits

Course Director: TBA

Course Description:  For majors in the life sciences (biology, medicine, dentistry, psychology, physical therapy) and for liberal arts students. Fundamental ideas and laws of physics from mechanics to modern physics. Included are Newton's laws of motion, electricity and magnetism, heat, optics, relativity, quantum mechanics and nuclear physics. Emphasis is on the basic principles and general laws. Use of mathematics is restricted to elementary algebra and some trigonometry. 

 

Course number: NSS 10000

Course Title: New Freshman Seminar

Semester: Spring 1st Year / 0 Credits

Course Director: TBA

Course Description: New Student Seminar (Required) This seminar will introduce topics and information important to students transitioning to College.  Topics will include: Money Matters, Tracking your Academic Progress; Technology and You; Being at College; Awareness and Empowerment and Surviving and Succeeding at City College

 

Course number:  WCIV 10100 / 10200

Course Title: World Civilizations: Prehistory to 1500 A.D. / World Civilizations: 1500 A.D. to present

Semester: Spring 1st Year / 3 Credits

Course Director: TBA

Course Description: An examination of the civilizations of Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas through a comparative study of selected places and themes. The dynamics of hunter/gatherer, pastoral and agrarian societies, urbanization, trade, imperialism, slavery, feudalism, the centralization of the state, religion and secular thought are among the topics discussed.