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Index

Ithaca College Undergraduate Catalog 2002-2003

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Course Offerings

Fall Course Offerings

For detailed course descriptions, please see the Schools of Business, Communications, Humanities and Sciences, and Music.

305-23400

Introduction to British Styles of Acting (FA LA)

305-34200

Styles of Acting (U NLA)

305-36300

Drama and the London Theater (FA LA) 3b, g

305-36700

Interrelationships: British Drama and Cultural Life (HU LA) 3b, g

305-49200

Internship: Professional Theater (U NLA)

307-21900

Shakespeare (HU LA) 3a, h

307-36300

Irish Literature (HU LA)

307-36500

Studies in the Novel (HU LA)

307-37700

19th-Century British Novel (HU LA)

310-32100

Contemporary British Politics (SS LA)

310-32200

British Foreign Policy (SS LA)

310-40500

Internship: Politics (NLA)

311-36200

Modern European Intellectual History (HU LA)

311-39500

British History 1815-1914 (HU LA)

221-49800/ 222-49800/ 225-49800

London Communications Internships (NLA)

221-35200

British Media and Society (SS LA)

331-20200

Contemporary Social Issues: Women in Britain (SS LA) 1b

331-34100

Minorities in the United Kingdom (SS LA)

331-41200

Seminar: The National Health System (SS LA)

331-49800

Internship: Sociology (Social Service) (SS NLA)

555-16300

Music in London (FA LA)

556-xxxxx/ 557-xxxxx*

Performance Study (Applied Music) (FA NLA)

376-21700

British Art and Architecture I: 1066-1660 (HU LA) 3b, h, g

376-30700

Victorian Art and Society (HU LA)

880-49800/ 881-49800/882-49800/ 883-49800/ 884-49800/ 885-49800

London Business Internships (NLA)

881-26500

International Business Operations (NLA)

* Course numbers should correspond to the appropriate number for applied study listed under the School of Music. Performance study, major instrument or voice, is for music majors only. An audition tape consisting of three representative works must be supplied to the director of the London Center. Performance majors earn 5 credits per semester, others 3 credits.

Internships

Internships, a special feature of the London Center program, are available in seven fields, each with its own internship coordinator, a member of the faculty who locates placement opportunities for students and supervises the internship once secured. Students must submit an application for the internship they seek, but approval does not guarantee a placement. Interns work at a placement site

16 hours per week for the duration of the semester and earn 3 credits. All internships are unpaid.

Course descriptions vary from field to field. See information on internships, p. 17 (business), p. 40 (communications), or p. 198 (humanities and sciences).

305-49200 Internship: Professional Theater   NLA

    A one-semester internship with a professional performing arts organization. Students' work is monitored and evaluated by a faculty adviser. Prerequisites: Junior standing; Ithaca College departmental permission. 3 credits.

310-40500 Internship: Politics   SS NLA

    Exploration of politics through a variety of work experiences, both governmental and nongovernmental. Students are expected to work at the internship placement and submit, as part of their course obligations, a thorough, written evaluative report based on their experiences. Students are encouraged to have prior practical experience in the field before applying for this internship in London. Prerequisites: Approval by the Ithaca College politics department and by the School of Humanities and Sciences dean. 3 credits.

221-49800/222-49800/225-49800 London Communications Internship   NLA

    A limited number of internships are available to communications majors with cooperating institutions or corporations in the field of communications. The jointly supervised work experience offers the opportunity to study foreign media through observation and participation in a professional setting. Prerequisites: Junior or senior standing; completion of procedures; approval of the dean of the school in the semester preceding the London registration. Pass/fail only. 3 credits.

331-49800 Internship: Sociology   SS NLA

    Provides qualified students with a supervised and structured experience in a British agency, such as medical social work departments of hospitals and intake teams of various London social services. Group meetings and individual meetings with the coordinator provide the opportunity to analyze social and political issues and allow for a comparative viewpoint. Students are encouraged to have prior practical experience in the field before applying for this internship in London. Also open to qualified students in psychology, health administration, and the social work minor. Prerequisites: Permission of sociology or psychology department and dean. 3 credits.

880-49800/ 881-49800/ 882-49800/ 883-49800/ 884-49800/ 885-49800 London Business Internships   NLA

    Opportunities for field study in multinational firms and greater London banks and businesses. Research and report on a selected topic concerning a European company or business discipline. Prerequisites: Approval of the dean of the School of Business. Pass/fail only. 3 credits.

554-49000 Internship: Music Education

    Provides music teaching and observation experiences in selected private schools in London. Prerequisites: Permission of Keith Kaiser, chair of music education.

Spring Course Offerings

For detailed course descriptions please see listings for the Schools of Humanities and Sciences, Business, Communications, and Music.

305-23400

Introduction to British Styles of Acting (FA LA)

305-34200

Styles of Acting (NLA)

305-36300

Drama and the London Theater (FA LA) 3b, g

305-36700

Interrelationships: British Drama and Cultural Life (HU LA) 3b, g

305-49200

Internship: Professional Theater (NLA)

305-49900

Independent Study (Theater) (NLA)

307-21600

Contemporary British Fiction (HU LA) 3a, h

307-21900

Shakespeare (HU LA) 3a, h

307-36300

Irish Literature (HU LA)

307-36500

Studies in the Novel (HU LA)

307-37800

20th-Century British Novel (HU LA)

310-32100

Contemporary British Politics (SS LA)

310-34400

Contemporary British Political Theory (SS LA)

310-40500

Internship: Politics (SS NLA)

311-36200

Modern European Intellectual History (HU LA)

311-39600

Modern British History: 1914-Present (HU LA)

221-32400

European Mass Media (LA)

221-49800/ 222-49800/225-49800

London Communications Internship (NLA)

331-20200

Contemporary Social Issues: Women in Britain (SS LA) 1b

331-34100

Minorities in the United Kingdom (SS LA)

331-49800

Internship: Sociology (Social Service) (SS NLA)

554-46000

Opera (LA)

555-16300

Music in London (FA LA)

556-xxxxx/ 557-xxxxx

Performance Study (Applied Music) (FA NLA)

376-21800

British Art and Architecture II: 1660-1914 (HU LA) 3b, h, g

376-30600

The Romantic Movement: Art and Architecture (FA LA)

880-49800/ 881-49800/ 882-49800/ 883-49800/ 884-49800/ 885-49800

London Business Internships (NLA)

881-26500

International Business Operations (NLA)

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