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ENG 206W - History of Cinema II

Buffalo State | Fall 2014
2014-09-02 — 
This course provides the student with an understanding of cinema history since 1960. Students will examine representative trends in cinema's aesthetic form, technical breakthroughs, key innovators, cultural antecedents and cultural impact.
Section: SECTION2767
3
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ENG 301W - Advanced Composition

Buffalo State | Fall 2014
2014-08-25 — 
Practice in writing academic papers. Writing assignments emphasize stylistic strategies, diction, disciplinary conventions, revision and research.
Section: SECTION2902
3
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CRJ 455 - Advanced Intelligence Analysis

Buffalo State | Fall 2014
2014-08-25 — 
Advanced-level continuation of CRJ 250. Introduces a variety of analytical techniques; provides advanced knowledge, understanding, and application of these techniques; promotes critical thinking and report-writing skills.
Section: SECTION3792
3
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SSE 363 - American Identity in Transition: Diversity and Pluralism in the United States

Buffalo State | Fall 2014
2014-08-25 — 
The diverse, pluralistic makeup of American society. The roots of pluralism and what it means for the daily experience of living in America. Themes of diversity are explored through history and literature. Focuses on the activities of four major underrepresented groups in their struggle for liberation: African Americans, Native Americans, Latinos, and Asians. Encourages a multicultural view of America.
Section: SECTION2345
3
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HIS 363 - American Identity in Transition: Diversity and Pluralism in the United States

Buffalo State | Fall 2014
2014-08-25 — 
The diverse, pluralistic makeup of American society. The roots of pluralism and what it means for the daily experience of living in America. Themes of diversity are explored through history and literature. Focuses on the activities of four major underrepresented groups in their struggle for liberation: African Americans, Native Americans, Latinos, and Asians. Encourages a multicultural view of America.
Section: SECTION2883
3
credits

ENG 130 - Biblical & Classical Literature

Buffalo State | Fall 2014
2014-08-25 — 
Works selected from Biblical literature and from Latin and Greek literature before Constantine.
Section: SECTION3974
3
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HIS 327 - Colonial Latin America

Buffalo State | Fall 2014
2014-08-25 — 
Encounter between Europe and the New World; establishment of the political, social, cultural, and religious institutions of the Spanish and Portuguese in the Americas between 1492 and 1824. Role of the church, economic institutions, women, slaves, and Indians in further understanding the cultural and political heritage of the region.
Section: SECTION3895
3
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CIS 101 - Computer Fundamentals

Buffalo State | Fall 2014
2014-08-25 — 
The character, organization, and use of the computer. The function of the basic components of the computer. A broad survey of application software, as well as its impact on society. Hands-on experience using common software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and communications required.
Section: SECTION2099
3
credits

CIS 101 - Computer Fundamentals

Buffalo State | Fall 2014
2014-08-25 — 
The character, organization, and use of the computer. The function of the basic components of the computer. A broad survey of application software, as well as its impact on society. Hands-on experience using common software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and communications required.
Section: SECTION2078
3
credits

CIS 101 - Computer Fundamentals

Buffalo State | Fall 2014
2014-08-25 — 
The character, organization, and use of the computer. The function of the basic components of the computer. A broad survey of application software, as well as its impact on society. Hands-on experience using common software applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and communications required.
Section: SECTION2079