Apr 22, 2019  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


At the end of each course description, information is provided to indicate when the course will be scheduled.

Please Note: Schedules are subject to change; consult the Office of the Student Financial Services prior to registration. The Registrar’s website is www.iona.edu/registrar.

Courses designated NLA (non-liberal arts) cannot be applied toward the minimum liberal arts credit requirements. Course prerequisites are included in this listing. Unless otherwise specified, a course does not have a prerequisite.

 

Physics

   •  PHY 430 - Internship in Physics
   •  PHY 441 - Research I
   •  PHY 442 - Research II
   •  PHY 450 - Seminar
   •  PHY 451 - Seminar in Science, Technology and Society

Political Science

Courses may be classified as follows:

Corequisites: POL 201 , POL 203 

Major Core: POL 302 , POL 497 

  1. Political Theory: POL 313 , POL 314 , POL 315 , POL 316 , POL 317 
  2. American Politics: POL 320, POL 323 , POL 324 , POL 325 , POL 326 , POL 327 , POL 328 , POL 329 , POL 332 , POL 333 
  3. Policy and Administration: POL 380 , POL 381 , POL 382 , POL 383 
  4. International Politics: POL 331 , POL 362 , POL 364 , POL 365 , POL 366 , POL 368 
  5. Comparative Politics: POL 341 , POL 346, POL 347 
  6. Scope & Statistics: POL 301 , POL 305 
  7. Special Topics, Seminars, Internships, & Independent Studies: POL 336 , POL 385 , POL 483 , POL 484 , POL 491 , POL 492 , POL 499  

   •  CDS 1101 - Contemporary Political Issues
   •  CDS 1173 - Introduction to Law
   •  IDS 451 - Legislative Internship
   •  IST 300 - West and the Muslim World
   •  IST 403 - Internship for International Studies
   •  IST 491 - Special Topics in International Studies
   •  IST 497 - Capstone Seminar in International Studies
   •  POL 201 - American Government 1
   •  POL 203 - Introduction to Global Politics
   •  POL 301 - Scope and Approaches to the Study of Political Science
   •  POL 302 - Research Methods in Political Science
   •  POL 305 - Social Statistics
   •  POL 313 - Revolution in Theory and Practice
   •  POL 314 - American Political Thought
   •  POL 315 - Great Political Thinkers
   •  POL 316 - Inequality and American Democracy
   •  POL 317 - The Politics of Evil
   •  POL 319 - Thomas Paine and the Struggle for Democracy
   •  POL 323 - Civil Liberties and the Bill of Rights
   •  POL 324 - The American Political System: The Presidency
   •  POL 325 - State and Local Government
   •  POL 326 - Politics and Criminal Justice
   •  POL 327 - Politics and Media
   •  POL 328 - The American Political System: Judicial Branch and the Constitution
   •  POL 329 - Political Parties, Campaigns and Elections
   •  POL 331 - American Foreign Policy
   •  POL 332 - Public Opinion and American Democracy
   •  POL 333 - The Politics of Non-Violence
   •  POL 334 - American Politics in Film
   •  POL 335 - Famous Political Trials
   •  POL 336 - Contemporary American Politics
   •  POL 337 - Gender and Politics
   •  POL 341 - Comparative Politics: The Western World
   •  POL 346 - The Third World: Politics and Development
   •  POL 347 - Comparative Politics: The Non-Western World
   •  POL 348 - Politics Ldrshp Mod South Asia
   •  POL 362 - International Relations
   •  POL 364 - International Law and Organizations
   •  POL 365 - Contemporary Global Politics
   •  POL 366 - International Politics and Film
   •  POL 368 - Environmental Politics
   •  POL 370 - Human Rights
   •  POL 371 - Politics of Global Health
   •  POL 372 - Environmental Law
   •  POL 373 - Global Cities and the Environment
   •  POL 380 - American Bureaucracy: The Administration of Public Policy
   •  POL 381 - Administrative Law
   •  POL 382 - Public Personnel Administration
   •  POL 383 - The Public Policy Process
   •  POL 385 - Pre Law Internship
   •  POL 483 - Internship in Political Science
   •  POL 484 - Internship in Political Science
   •  POL 491 - Special Topics in Political Science
   •  POL 492 - Special Topics in Political Science
   •  POL 497 - Capstone in Political Science
   •  POL 499 - Independent Reading and Research

Psychology

   •  CDS 1111 - Human Sexuality: Fact and Fallacy
   •  DAA 3001 - Introduction to Drug and Alcohol Abuse Studies
   •  DAA 3011 - Assessment, Referral and Treatment Methods
   •  DAA 3023 - Drug and Alcohol Abuse Counseling with Family
   •  DAA 3031 - Drug and Alcohol Abuse Counseling
   •  DAA 3220 - Psychology of Drug Habituation and Addiction
   •  DAA 3400 - Employee Assistance Program
   •  PSY 201 - General Psychology 1
   •  PSY 202 - General Psychology 2
   •  PSY 210 - Educational Psychology
   •  PSY 212 - Child Psychology
   •  PSY 213 - Adolescent Psychology
   •  PSY 220 - Psychology of Women
   •  PSY 221 - Psychology of Human Sexuality
   •  PSY 222 - Psychology of the Criminal Offender
   •  PSY 241 - Mental Hygiene
   •  PSY 246 - Self Assessment and Career Development
   •  PSY 323 - Quantitative Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences 1
   •  PSY 324 - Quantitative Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences 2
   •  PSY 331 - Personnel Psychology
   •  PSY 336 - Psychological Tests and Measures
   •  PSY 338 - History and Systems: Psychology of Learning
   •  PSY 339 - Personality Theory
   •  PSY 341 - Brain, Mind, and Behavior
   •  PSY 342 - Violence toward the Self
   •  PSY 390 - Experimental Psychology 1
   •  PSY 412 - Social Psychology
   •  PSY 441 - Developmental Psychology
   •  PSY 445 - Hormones and Behavior
   •  PSY 461 - Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSY 490 - Special Topics in Psychology
   •  PSY 491 - Experimental Psychology 2
   •  PSY 492 - Special Topics in Psychology
   •  PSY 493 - Individual Experimental Research
   •  PSY 496 - Senior Seminar
   •  PSY 497 - Independent Study
   •  PSY 499 - Independent Study
   •  PSY 3001 - Introduction to Drug and Alcohol Abuse Studies
   •  PSY 3011 - Assessment Referral and Treatment Methods
 

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