Undergraduate Courses Related to The Shallows

Fall 2012 Undergraduate courses that relate to themes of The Shallows, by Nicholas Carr

AMST 201: Literary Approaches to American Studies

AMST 257: Melville: Culture and Criticism

ANTH 101: General Anthropology

ANTH 148: Human Origins

ANTH 259: Culture and Identity

ANTH 315: Human Genetics and Evolution

ANTH 318: Human Growth and Development

ART 77: First-Year Seminar: Seeing the Past

ART 101: Idea and Form

ART 105: Basic Photography

ART 208: Print Survey

ART 285: Art since 1960

ART 307: Mixed Media

ART 428: Book Art

ASIA 59: Media Masala: Popular Music, TV, and the Internet in Modern India and Pakistan

BIOL 101: Principles of Biology

BIOL 251: Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology

BIOL 252: Fundamentals of Human Anatomy and Physiology

CLAS 55H: First-Year Seminar: Three Greek and Roman Epics

CLAS 121: The Greeks

CLAS 125 Word Formation and Etymology

CLAS 362: Greek Tragedy

CMPL 121: Great Books I: Romancing the World

CMPL 122: Great Books I: Visual Arts and Literature from Antiquity to 1750

CMPL 130: Great Books II

CMPL 364: The Classical Background of English Literature

COMM 100: Communication and Social Process

COMM 140: Introduction to Media History, Theory, and Criticism

COMM 150: Introduction to New Media

COMM 170: Rhetoric and Public Issues

COMM 249: Introduction to Communication Technology, Culture, and Society

COMP 66:  First-Year Seminar: Random Thoughts

COMP 89:   First-Year Seminar: The Business of Games

COMP 101: Fluency in Information Technology

COMP 110: Introduction to Programming

COMP 116:  Introduction to Scientific Programming

COMP 380: Computers and Society

COMP 416: Introduction to WWW Programming

COMP 426: Advanced WWW Programming

DRAM 115: Perspectives in Drama

DRAM 120: Play Analysis

ENGL 89: First-Year Seminar: The Future

ENGL 121: British Literature, 19th and Early 20th Century

ENGL 122: Introduction to American Literature

ENGL 145: Literary Genres

ENGL 150: Introduction Seminar in Literary Studies

EDUC 401: Child Development

EDUC 413: Language and Literacy Learning

ENGL 313: Grammar of Current English

ENGL 318: Multimodal Composition

EXSS 276: Human Physiology

HIST 140: World History Since 1945

HIST 225 History of Greece

HIST 363: Popular Culture and American History

HIST 365: The Worker and American Life

INLS 89: First-Year Seminar: Social Movements and New Media

INLS 101: Foundations of Information Science

INLS 200: Retrieving and Analyzing Information

INLS 261: Tools for Information Literacy

INLS 285: Information Use for Organizational Effectiveness

INLS 534: Issues for Children and Technology

JOMC 101: The World of Mass Communication

JOMC 121: Writing for the Electronic Media

JOMC 187: Introduction to Multimedia

JOMC 240: Current Issues in Mass Communication

JOMC 242: The Mass Media and United States History

LING 101: Introduction to Language

LING/PHIL 145: Language and Communication

MUSC 239: Introduction to Music Technology

PHIL 110: Introduction to Philosophy: Great Works

PHIL 112: Making Sense of Ourselves

PHIL 210: Ancient Greek Philosophy

PHIL 220: Modern Philosophy: Descartes to Hume

PHIL/LING 145: Language and Communication

PHYS 100: How Things Work

PHYS 104: General Physics I

PHYS 105: General Physics II

PHYS 116: Mechanics

PSYC 51: First-Year Seminar: The Mind and the Computer

PSYC 101: General Psychology

PSYC 210: Statistical Principles of Psychological Research

PSYC 220: Biopsychology

PSYC 222: Learning

PSYC 230: Cognitive Psychology

PSYC 270: Laboratory Research in Psychology

PSYC 402: Advanced Biopsychology

PSYC 431: Introduction to Cognitive Science

PSYC 432: Psychology of Language

PSYC 434: Cognitive Neuroscience

PSYC 469: Evolution and Development of Biobehavioral Systems

RELI 135: Technology, the Self, and Ethical Problems

SOCI 101: Sociological Perspectives

SOCI 111: Human Societies

SOCI 112: Social Interaction

SOCI 426: Sociology of Education

STOR 151: Basic Statistics

STOR 155: Introduction to Statistics