Summer 2016 and Fall 2016 WI Courses*

*Additional WI courses are currently being added to this list. Students are required to complete three (3) WI courses for graduation, two in the lower-division (100- and 200-level courses) and one in the upper-division (300- and 400-level courses) in the major course design. (Important exceptions include students transferring into York College with credit for all Gen Ed courses and students who have been continuously enrolled since before Fall 2003.)

Summer 2016 Writing Intensive Courses

Business

  • BUS 481(1XSV) - Strategic Management, Forrester

Cultural Diversity

  • CLDV 210 (1A) - Western Civilization, Staff

Communications Technology

  • CT 401 (1XTB) - Final Project/Senior Seminar, Smith

Economics

  • ECON 390 (2TBA) - Independent Research, Oladipo

English

  • ENG 290 (1A) - Fiction Into Film, Hall

Health Education

  • HE 331 (1XBC) - Program Planning, Barley

Health Professions Health Science

  • HPHS 401 (1XTB) - Field-based Experience in Health Sciences, Williams

Humanities

  • HUM 224 (1AB) - Cinematic Adaptation, Barnes

Nursing

  • NURS 407 (1XW1) - Research in Professional Nursing Practice, Wright

Philosophy

  • PHIL 103 (1A) - Introduction to Philosophy, Staff
  • PHIL 202 (2C) - Major Ideas and Issues in Education, Sibilin

Pharmaceutical Science

  • PHS 480 (1XTB) - Independent Study, Staff
  • PHS 490 (1XTB) - Internships in Pharmaceutical Science, Staff

Psychology

  • PSY 330 (1XWB) - Foundations of Research in Psychology, Pitsikalis

Sociology

  • SOC 202 (2C) - Major Ideas and Issues in Education, Sibilin

Theatre Arts

  • TA 110 (1XA) - Introduction to the Theatre, Jones

Fall 2016 Writing Intensive Courses

Anthropology

  • ANTH 101 (EE) - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, Tuchman-Rosta
  • ANTH 101 (MM) - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, Tuchman-Rosta
  • ANTH 234 (M) - Applied Anthropology, Jayaram
  • ANTH 351 (RQ) - Qualitative Research Methods and Analysis, Jayaram

Biology

  • BIO 487 (G) - Special Topics in Biology, Mcnell
  • BIO 489 (PQR) - Special Topics in Biology, Levinger

Business Administration

  • BUS 481 (ADC) - Strategic Management, Forrester
  • BUS 481 (PQQ) - Strategic Management, Forrester
  • BUS 481 (T) - Strategic Management, Forrester
  • BUS 481 (WEB) - Strategic Management, Staff
  • BUS 495 (TBA) - Aviation Seminar and Internship, Hsu

Clinical Laboratory Sciences

  • CLS 351 (MN) - Clinical Chemistry, Shearin-Patterson
  • CLS 351 (PQR) - Clinical Chemistry, Pavletich
  • CLS 358 (PQQ) - Diagnostic Techniques in Molecular Pathology, Pavletich

Cultural Diversity

  • CLDV 100 (A) - Introduction to Multicultural Studies in the 21st Century, Floyd-white
  • CLDV 100 (C) - Introduction to Multicultural Studies in the 21st Century, Neale
  • CLDV 100 (E) - Introduction to Multicultural Studies in the 21st Century, Cline
  • CLDV 100 (G) - Introduction to Multicultural Studies in the 21st Century, Neale
  • CLDV 100 (L) - Introduction to Multicultural Studies in the 21st Century, Anderson
  • CLDV 100 (M) - Introduction to Multicultural Studies in the 21st Century, Neale
  • CLDV 100 (R) - Introduction to Multicultural Studies in the 21st Century, Neale
  • CLDV 100 (S) - Introduction to Multicultural Studies in the 21st Century, Dunbar
  • CLDV 100 (W) - Introduction to Multicultural Studies in the 21st Century, Staff
  • CLDV 100 (YY) - Introduction to Multicultural Studies in the 21st Century, Taborn
  • CLDV 101 (GH) - Understanding Cultural Diversity, Staff
  • CLDV 101 (JK) - Understanding Cultural Diversity, Neale
  • CLDV 210 (C) - Western Civilization, Fried
  • CLDV 210 (D) - Western Civilization, Cooper
  • CLDV 210 (E) - Western Civilization, Fried
  • CLDV 210 (HGK) - Western Civilization, Fried
  • CLDV 210 (ML) - Western Civilization, Bodetti
  • CLDV 210 (PQQ) - Western Civilization, Sibilin
  • CLDV 210 (PQR) - Western Civilization, Bodetti
  • CLDV 210 (S) - Western Civilization, Jensen
  • CLDV 210 (V) - Western Civilization, Como

Computer Science

  • CS 401 (TBA) - Independent Study in Computer Science: Research and Writing, Zhang

Communications Technology

  • CT 201 (PQQ) - Foundations in Communications Technology, Tung
  • CT 205 (PQR) - Principles of the Moving Image, Metcalf
  • CT 401 (TBA) - Final Project/Senior Seminar, Smith

Economics

  • ECON 300 (V) - History of Economic Thought, Staff
  • ECON 390 (TBA) - Independent Research, Oladipo

Education

  • EDUC 340 (T) - Literacy Instruction Inside Middle and Secondary Schools for English Only and English Language Learners, Schillinger
  • EDUC 369 (QRR) - Early Language and Literacy for English Only and English Language Learners, Gerena

Environmental Health Science

  • EHS 110 (PQR) - Science Technology and Environment, Wolosin
  • EHS 110 (FEH) - Science Technology and Environment, Wolosin
  • EHS 420 (PQHK) - Water Quality Analysis and Management, Dhar

English

  • ENG 270 (C) - Introduction to English Grammar and Syntax, Corcoran
  • ENG 270 (V) - Introduction to English Grammar and Syntax, Garley
  • ENG 272 (QR) - World Englishes, Robinson
  • ENG 279 (GGJ) - Special Topics in Writing, Rhetoric and Language, Inayatulla
  • ENG 286 (E) - Introduction to Creative Writing, Papa
  • ENG 286 (G) - Introduction to Creative Writing, Papa
  • ENG 286 (T) - Introduction to Creative Writing, Kirkham
  • ENG 410 (T) - Seminar in English: Special Topics, Hall

Fine Arts

  • FA 101 (ADCF) - Visual Elements: 2-Dimensional, Vendryes
  • FA 104 (LMN) - Introduction to Fine Arts, Gillaspie
  • FA 258 (HHKK) - Graphics I: Print-Making, Mackie
  • FA 303 (GGJJ) - Film History: Style and Imagination I, Vendryes
  • FA 358 (XXX) - Graphics II: Print-Making, Mackie
  • FA 393 (T) - American Art to 1913, Gerspacher
  • FA 475 (TBA) - Special Studies Seminar: Selected Topics in Art History, Vendryes

Health Education

  • HE 331 (W) - Program Planning, Marks
  • HE 331 (Y) - Program Planning, Barley

History

  • HIST 206 (G) - Women and the Family in World History, Boffa
  • HIST 274 (C) - The American Ethnic Experience, Parmet
  • HIST 279 (PQR) - History of Hip-Hop, White

Health Science

  • HPHS 401 (TBA) - Field-based Experience in Health Sciences, Williams

Humanities

  • HUM 209 (PQR) - Gender and Language, Meddeb
  • HUM 224 (PQQ) - Cinematic Adaptation, Barnes
  • HUM 250 (WEB) - The Italian Experience in the United States, Selleri
  • HUM 253 (QRR) - The Haitian Experience in the USA, Francois

Journalism

  • JOUR 280 (CAD) - Introduction to Journalism, Hughes
  • JOUR 281 (GH) - Introduction to Feature Writing, Lewis
  • JOUR 385 (MN) - Essentials of Editing, Moore and Lewis

Mathematics

  • MATH 479 (PQ) - History and Philosophy of Mathematics, Gonzalez

Marketing

  • MKT 483 (T) - Marketing Management, Lee

Music

  • MUS 101 (ACC) - Introduction to Music History, Adams
  • MUS 101 (ADC) - Introduction to Music History, Billingslea
  • MUS 101 (BDD) - Introduction to Music History, Billingslea
  • MUS 101 (HGK) - Introduction to Music History, Staff
  • MUS 101 (LMN) - Introduction to Music History, Billingslea
  • MUS 101 (MMN) - Introduction to Music History, Adams
  • MUS 101 (S) - Introduction to Music History, Ronen
  • MUS 101 (Y) - Introduction to Music History, Stringer
  • MUS 279 (PQR) - History of Hip-Hop, White
  • MUS 490 (TBA) - Independent Study, Zlabinger

Nursing

  • NURS 301 (LLMN) - Values in Transition: Perspectives of Professional Nursing, Donahue
  • NURS 301 (WEB) - Values in Transition: Perspectives of Professional Nursing, Wright
  • NURS 407 (EHG) - Research in Professional Nursing Practice, Gibson

Philosophy

  • PHIL 103 (C) - Introduction to Philosophy, Ruttenberg
  • PHIL 103 (E) - Introduction to Philosophy, Joo
  • PHIL 103 (G) - Introduction to Philosophy, Ruttenberg
  • PHIL 103 (JK) - Introduction to Philosophy, Joo
  • PHIL 103 (MN) - Introduction to Philosophy, Bodetti
  • PHIL 103 (PQQ) - Introduction to Philosophy, Ruttenberg
  • PHIL 103 (PQR) - Introduction to Philosophy, Sayid
  • PHIL 103 (S) - Introduction to Philosophy, Joo
  • PHIL 103 (V) - Introduction to Philosophy, Hux
  • PHIL 103 (YY) - Introduction to Philosophy, Kramer
  • PHIL 202 (G) - Major Ideas and Issues in Education, Sibilin
  • PHIL 202 (PQ) - Major Ideas and Issues in Education, Sibilin
  • PHIL 202 (T) - Major Ideas and Issues in Education, Staff
  • PHIL 202 (V) - Major Ideas and Issues in Education, Gerena
  • PHIL 308 (MN) - Healthcare Ethics, Kirk
  • PHIL 356 (DCF) - Philosophy of Law, Sayid

Pharmaceutical Science

  • PHS 480 (TBA1) - Independent Study, Chakravarti
  • PHS 480 (TBA2) - Independent Study, Musumeci
  • PHS 480 (TBA3) - Independent Study, Staff
  • PHS 490 (TBA) - Internships in Pharmaceutical Science, Robie

Physics

  • PHYS 383 (QRT) - Modern Physics Laboratory, Borenstein

Political Science

  • POL 103 (C) - Politics and Government in the United States, Boris
  • POL 202 (QRR) - Comparative Politics, Sharpe
  • POL 275 (F) - Introduction to Law, Harper
  • POL 322 (QQR) - The Courts and Public Policy, Harper
  • POL 346 (V) - American Foreign Policy, Sharpe
  • POL 490 (TBA1) - Directed Reading and Research, Harper
  • POL 490 (TBA2) - Directed Reading and Research, Sharpe

Puerto Rican Studies

  • PRST 241 (T) - Puerto Ricans in New York, Valdes

Psychology

  • PSY 330 (C) - Foundations of Research in Psychology, Hansen
  • PSY 330 (DC) - Foundations of Research in Psychology, Davies
  • PSY 330 (PQ) - Foundations of Research in Psychology, Swoboda
  • PSY 330 (T) - Foundations of Research in Psychology, Thompson
  • PSY 330 (WEB1) - Foundations of Research in Psychology, Pitsikalis
  • PSY 330 (WEB2) - Foundations of Research in Psychology, Staff
  • PSY 330 (YY) - Foundations of Research in Psychology, Giosan

Social Work

  • SCWK 400 (FEH) - Generalist Social Work Practice III, Staff
  • SCWK 400 (S) - Generalist Social Work Practice III, Staff

Sociology

  • SOC 201 (EEG) - Sociological Analysis, Boeri
  • SOC 201 (QRR) - Sociological Analysis, Boeri
  • SOC 201 (V) - Sociological Analysis, Hamad
  • SOC 202 (G) - Major Ideas and Issues in Education, Sibilin
  • SOC 202 (PQ) - Major Ideas and Issues in Education, Sibilin
  • SOC 202 (T) - Major Ideas and Issues in Education, Staff
  • SOC 202 (V) - Major Ideas and Issues in Education, Gerena
  • SOC 312 (QRR) - Sociological Theory, Bernal
  • SOC 312 (V) - Sociological Theory, Kostrzewa

Speech Communication

  • SPCH 270 (PQQ) - Gender and Communication, Gieseler
  • SPCH 350 (LMN) - Persuasion and Propaganda in Mass Media, Gieseler

Theatre

  • TA 110 (PQQ) - Introduction to the Theatre, Capuana
  • TA 110 (Y) - Introduction to the Theatre, Tabbal
  • TA 350 (EHG) - Religion and the Theatre, Staff

World Literature

  • WLIT 201 (P) - The Literature of the Western World through the Renaissance, Ghelli
  • WLIT 205 (GKJ) - Introduction to Francophone Literature, Bahri
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