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Colorado College 2006-2007 Course Web Sites

Instructors: To have your page added to to the directory, please send an email to the page maintainer, swithee@coloradocollege.edu

To see 2005-2006 courses, visit the 2005-2006 archive. To see course websites prior to the 2005-2006 school year, visit the archive.

Art | Biology | Classics | Chemistry | Comparative Literature | Economics | Education | Environmental Science | First Year Experience Courses | General Studies | Geology | History | Humanities | Mathematics | Music | Philosophy | Physics | Political Science | Psychology | Romance Languages | Southwest Studies | Feminist and Gender Studies


ART

 

BIOLOGY

For information about biology course websites, please visit the Biology Department home page
   

CLASSICS (Return to Top)

 

CHEMISTRY (Return to Top)

CH100 Criminalistics: An Introduction to Forensic Chemistry, Block 1 2006 (Brasuel)
CH107 General Chemistry 1, Blocks 3 & 6 2006 (Kester)
CH108 General Chemistry 2 , Block 7 2006 (Kester)
CH475 Inorganic Chemistry 1 , Block 5 2006 (Kester)
 

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE (Return to Top)

 

ECONOMICS (Return to Top)

EC141 Sustainable Development, Block 4 2006 and Block 5 2007 (Hecox)
EC392 Advanced Macroeconomic Theory , Block 5 2007 (Stinespring)
EC341
Ecological Economics, Block 2 2006 and Block 6 2007 (Hecox)

EDUCATION (Return to Top)

  Education department course syllabi

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (Return to Top)

EV141 Sustainable Development, Block 4 2006 and Block 5 2007 (Hecox)
EV260 Human Ecologies of the Southwest, Block 1 2006 (Perramond)
EV260 Topics in Environmental Social Science - Environmental Inquiry, Block 7 2007 (Hecox)
EV341
Ecological Economics, Block 2 2006 and Block 6 2007 (Hecox)
   
 

FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE COURSES (Return to Top)

FE 120 6116 Renaissance Culture, Block 6 2007 (Hilt and Redmount)
FE242 Woof and Warp: The Weave of Science and Literature, Block 5 2007 (Hilt and Barton)
 
GENERAL STUDIES (Return to Top)
GS204 Spirit & Nature: Religion & Science, Blocks 1 & 2 2006 (Kester)
 
GEOLOGY (Return to Top)
For more information about Geology courses, please visit the Geology Department home page.

HISTORY (Return to Top)

Please refer to the History Department course web pages page.
 
HUMANITIES STUDIES (Return to Top)
HS120 Renaissance Culture, Blocks 5 & 6 2007 (Evitt, Tucker)
 

MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE (Return to Top)

 

MUSIC (Return to Top)

 

PHILOSOPHY (Return to Top)

   

PHYSICS (Return to Top)

PC133 Astronomy (Hilt and Thompson)
PC441 Quantum Mechanics I , Block 2 2006 (Hilt)
PC450 Senior Seminar (DiCenzo)
 

POLITICAL SCIENCE (Return to Top)

For other political science courses, please visit the Political Science web site directory http://www.coloradocollege.edu/dept/PS/Courses.htm
 

PSYCHOLOGY (Return to Top)

PY

Psychology Department web site directory

 

ROMANCE LANGUAGES (Return to Top)

 

SOUTHWEST STUDIES (Return to Top)

SW141 Sustainable Development, Block 4 2006 and Block 5 2007 (Hecox)
SW200 Human Ecologies of the Southwest, Block 1 2006 (Perramond)
SW341
Ecological Economics, Block 2 2006 and Block 6 2007 (Hecox)

FEMINIST AND GENDER STUDIES (Return to Top)