Generally, students are awarded one credit for each hour of class time.
Exceptions are made for studio, ensemble, and a small number of classes.
For complete information as to courses offered in the current year, students
should consult the schedule of course offerings available each semester in the
Registrar’s Office. Courses numbered 100 through 499 are undergraduate
level; courses numbered 500 through 999 are graduate level. Course numbers
preceded by a “»” are typically offered each academic year. Course numbers
followed by a “T” are taught to mixed classes of undergraduates and graduates.
Undergraduate students may register for graduate-level courses with the
instructor’s permission. Courses followed by a “*” are repeatable for credit.
Courses followed by a “**” are repeatable for credit if the topic has changed
(permission from Academic Advisor required).

INTERCULTURAL STUDIES

»INT 450 – Independent Study
See Independent Study, under Academic Regulations and Information, for description. (1-3 credits) Faculty

»INT 460 – Cross-Registration: Northeastern University
See Cross-Registration, under Academic Regulations and Information, for description. (2-4 credits) Faculty

 

»INT 480 – Cross-Registration: Tufts University
See Cross-Registration, under Academic Regulations and Information, for description. (2-4 credits) Faculty

»INT 513 – Intensive English I
Preparation for the TOEFL by practicing vocabulary, reading and listening comprehension, and grammar. Also, some speaking and writing. (4 nondegree credits) Kambouris, Faculty

 

»INT 550 – Independent Study
See Independent Study, under Academic Regulations and Information, for description. (1-2 credits) Faculty

 

»INT 637T – English as a Second Language II
Uses autobiography to develop reading and writing fluency. Students write autobiographies and reviews of autobiographies they have read. Prerequisite: INT 538T or placement by exam. (0 credit) Kambouris, Faculty

 

»INT 638T – English as a Second Language II
Focuses, through reading and writing, on Marcia Davenport’s Mozart and the film Amadeus. Continuation of INT 637T. (0 credit) Kambouris, Faculty

 

INT 701T – Music as a Healing Art: Performing Musicians and Community Health
This course offers students the opportunity to explore the current landscape of arts and community health. Students will gain a broad introduction to trends and best practices in the field, and will have the chance to interact with healthcare professionals from a wide range of disciplines. Through readings, class discussion, and lectures by guest speakers, students will develop an understanding of the role music can play in healthcare settings, as well as the possibilities for developing meaningful partnerships with key stakeholders. Students will learn how to confidently engage audiences from diverse community healthcare constituencies, and will design and perform an interactive program for a specific healthcare setting. Throughout the course, emphasis will be placed on utilizing tools for reflection and evaluation of one’s own work and that of peers. Prerequisite: Not available for students enrolled in ESL courses. (1 credit) Maggi

 

 

2016-08-17


THERE ARE NOTES BETWEEN NOTES, YOU KNOW. SARAH VAUGHAN