Japanese (JPNS)

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JPNS A100 Modern Japanese I  3 crs.

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International Business (INTB)

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Honors (HONS)

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HONS H193 Ignatian Colloquium 1 cr.
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History (HIST)

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HIST A200 U.S. History to 1865  3 crs.

This course covers the exploration, the colonial experience, independence, the new republic, the spread of both democracy and slavery, expansion, abolitionism, and the Civil War. The emphasis of the course is not only political but on the economic, social, and intellectual and cultural aspects of U.S. history as well.

HIST A201 U.S. History from 1865 3 crs.

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Greek (GREK)

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GREK A100 Beginning Greek I 3 crs.

Language tells us many things about a culture, not only in what people have to say but how they say it. This course introduces students to the world of the ancient Greeks through a study of their language.

GREK A101 Beginning Greek II 3 crs.

GREK A100 continued.

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German (GERM)

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GERM A100 First Year German I 3 crs.

This course is an introduction to the German language.  Fundamental structure of the language including development of the four basic skills - comprehension, speaking, reading and writing - is the focus.

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French (FREN)

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FREN A100 First-year French I 3 crs.

This course focuses on the fundamental structure of the french language. Development of the four basic skills - listening comprehension, speaking, reading, writing - are of primary concern.

FREN A101 First-year French II 3 crs.

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Forensic Science (FRSC)

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FRSC C100 Introduction to Forensic Science 3 crs.

This course reviews forensic methods commonly employed in the examination of physical evidence by a forensic scientist used for identification or comparison in civil or criminal crime scene investigation and legal proceedings. Familiarizes students with the methods and techniques currently employed by forensic scientists to have a working knowledge and understanding of the technical world of forensic science.

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Finance (FIN)

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English (ENGL)

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ENGL A100 Expository Writing 3 crs.

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Economics (ECON)

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ECON B100 Principles of Microeconomics 3 crs.

This course is an introduction to economic analysis: efficiency and equity; production and exchange; costs, supply, and demand; markets, organizations, and government; competition, cooperation, and coercion; and international trade.

Co- / prerequisite: College math (proficiency level), or 690 SAT Math, or 29 ACT Math

ECON B101 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 crs.

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Decision Science (DECS)

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DECS B205 Business Statistics 3 crs.

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Dance (DANC)

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DANC M111 Basic Ballet I 2 crs.

This course introduces the beginner student to a study of the basic principles of classical ballet according to the Russian ballet technique developed by Agrippina Vaganova. The use of French terminology and the proper alignment of the body through basic exercises at the barre and in the center are covered. Creditable twice.

DANC M211 Basic Ballet II 2 crs.

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Criminal Justice (CRJU)

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CRJU C101 Introduction to Law Enforcement  3 crs. 

This course is an introduction to the philosophical and historical background of law enforcement. The principles of organization and administration for functions and activities; planning and research; public relations; personnel and training; inspection and control; direction; and policy formation will be discussed.

CRJU C105 Introduction to Criminal Justice Systems 3 crs. 

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Mass Communication (CMMN)

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CMMN A100 Introduction to Mass Communication 3 crs.

This course is a survey of the various fields of Mass Communication taught at Loyola and specific preparation for courses taught in the school. Consideration is given to philosophical foundations, historical development, current trends and status, organizational structure and career opportunities.

Required for Mass Communication majors with a minimum grade of C (2.0).

CMMN A101 Communication Writing 3 crs.

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Classical Studies (CLHU)

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CLHU A480 Capstone: Special Topics 1 cr.

RAC: Premodern

The capstone presents the tools and techniques for analysis, interpretation and research of literautre and material culture necessary to pursuign a successful career in Classical Studies at all levels. 

CLHU A498 Thesis Research 3 crs.

This course offers students pursuing a thesis the opportunity to do research under the guidance of their thesis adviser.

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Chinese (CHIN)

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CHIN A100 First Year Chinese I 3crs.

This is a beginning Mandarin Chinese course designed for students with no previous knowledge of Chinese.  Students learn basic Chinese characters, conversational skills, and introductory Chinese grammar.  The course focuses on Chinese pinyin Romanization system, tones and pronunciation.

CHIN A101 First Year Chinese II 3crs.

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Chemistry (CHEM)

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CHEM A105 General Chemistry I Lecture 3 crs.

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Business Administration (BA)

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Biology (BIOS)

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BIOL A100 Biology Freshman Seminar 1 cr.

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