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Writing Intensive Courses

As of the Fall 2005 semester all students enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program must successfully complete at least one writing-intensive (W) course at Farmingdale beyond EGL 101 and 102 with a grade of “C” or better to meet graduation requirements.  This course may be one of the required courses in the student’s major, as listed below, or an elective.  EGL 101 is a prerequisite for all writing-intensive courses.  Elective offerings will vary each semester, so students should consult course listings and speak with their advisors to make sure that the requirement is met.  Students who are awarded transfer credit for a course listed below are required to take an additional W course at Farmingdale.

Departmental Requirements

Course

Title

Instructor

AET107W
Mechanical Equipment and Drive Train Mark Valesey

ARC350W

Architectural Theory & Design Factors

Joseph Betz

AVN300W

Government in Aviation

Lou Scala

BCS430W

Senior Project  (Computer Programming and Information Systems)

Paula Maurino
Ernest DeFalco
Francine Federman

BIO470W
Bioscience Senior Seminar
Vincent Wan

BCS430W

Senior Project  (Computer Programming and Information Systems)

Paula Maurino
Ernest DeFalco
Francine Federman

CON401W

Construction Management and Scheduling

Fred Scalza
Amitabha Bandyopadhyay

CRJ200W

Security Systems

Joseph Rossi

DEN301W
Current Issues in Dental Hygiene Lynn Marshall
DEN401W
Health Science Research Maureen Tsokris

DEN406W

Proposal and Grant Management for Health Programs

Christine Matis

ECO490W
Economic Research and Reporting Richard Vogel

EET452W

Design Project (Electrical Engineering Technology)

Marjaneh Issapour

MET205W

Material Science
Departments:  Manufacturing, Mechanical Facilities Management

Ahmed Ibrahim

PCM313W

Communication Theory

David Greene

VIS425W

Senior Project (Visual Communications)

Allison Puff

Additional Courses

BCS240W

Principles of Web Site Planning and Development

Paula Maurino
Henry Bojack

BCS300W

Management of Information Systems

Lorraine Greenwald

BUS259W Public Relations Annette Wanderer
BUS320W International Marketing & Global Markets Susan Baxter

BUS450W

American Business History

Dan Marrone

CON161W

Materials and Methods of Construction

Amitabha Bandyopadhyay

EGL200W Shakespeare Anthony Giffone
EGL204W American Literature II Louise Napolitano

EGL214W

Introduction to Poetry

Kathleen Jacquette
Anthony Giffone
Elizabeth Sullivan
Marcia Littenberg

EGL210W

Introduction to Drama

Ann Shapiro
Louise Napolitano
Anthony Giffone

EGL/HIS306W

Farm to Factory

Marica Littenberg
Larry Menna

EGL308W

The City in Literature and the Arts

Marcia Littenberg

EGL269W

Romantic Arts

Marlene Groner

EGL244W

Classics of Supernatural Literature & Film

Marcia Littenberg

EGL242W

Film and Literature

Anthony Giffone
Catherine Akel

EGL225W

Images of Women in Drama

Ann Shapiro

EGL307W Special Topics: Women in Modern American Literature Ann Shapiro
HIS212W Technology, Politics and the Modern World Robert Saunders

HIS243W

Science and the West

Robert Saunders

HIS310W

Technology and Society in Russia since 1917

Robert Saunders

HIS319W

Introduction to Terrorism

Robert Saunders

HUM305W

Culture and Technology

Anthony Giffone
Angela Danzi
Jeff Gaab

HUM200W

Introduction to Women’s Studies

Ann Shapiro
Angela Danzi

IND409W

Strategic Management

Dan Marrone

MLT325W Laboratory Management and Informatics Susan Conforti

MTH315W

History of Mathematics

Agnes Kalemaris

PHY112W

Physical Science Survey

Paul Kramer

PSY242W

Educational Psychology

Judith Levine

PSY257W

Teaching of Psychology

Judith Levine

PSY311W

Organizational Psychology

Michael Goodstone

SOC122W Introduction to Sociology Angela Danzi

VIS312W

Art and Creative Direction

Allison Puff

VIS415W

Senior Thesis

Allison Puff