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Claremont McKenna College    
 
    
 
  Sep 23, 2017
 
2017-2018 Catalog

Courses


Browse the entire list of course offerings below, or use the course filter search to view a course or selection of courses.

 

Literature

   •  LIT034 CM - Creative Journalism
   •  LIT036 CM - Screenwriting
   •  LIT038 CM - Fiction Writing
   •  LIT057 CM - British Writers I
   •  LIT058 CM - British Writers II
   •  LIT060 CM - American Writers to 1900
   •  LIT060B CM - American Writers 1900-Present
   •  LIT061 CM - The Bible
   •  LIT062 CM - Shakespeare's Tragedies
   •  LIT063 CM - Chaucer
   •  LIT064 CM - Shakespeare's Histories and Romances
   •  LIT065 CM - Love Poetry of the English Renaissance
   •  LIT066 CM - Shakespeare's Comedies
   •  LIT067 CM - Milton
   •  LIT069 CM - Shakespeare's Sonnets
   •  LIT070 CM - The Rise of the English Novel
   •  LIT071 CM - 19th-Century British Novel
   •  LIT072 CM - Jane Austen
   •  LIT073 CM - The Poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins
   •  LIT074 CM - The Gothic Novel: Producing Monsters
   •  LIT075 CM - Vladimir Nabokov
   •  LIT078 CM - Travel and The Literary Imagination
   •  LIT080 CM - 19th-Century American Fiction
   •  LIT081 CM - Melville
   •  LIT084 CM - Lyric Voice & Vision in Modern American Literature and Film
   •  LIT085 CM - Contemporary American Fiction
   •  LIT089 CM - The English Enlightenment: Dryden, Pope, and Johnson
   •  LIT090 CM - Emily Dickinson
   •  LIT091 CM - American Poetry: Tradition and Experiment
   •  LIT092 CM - Close Reading
   •  LIT093 CM - Postwar American Poetry
   •  LIT094 CM - American Women Poets
   •  LIT095 CM - Becoming a Poet: Elizabeth Bishop, Robert Lowell, and Marianne Moore
   •  LIT097 CM - T.S. Eliot and His Circle
   •  LIT098 CM - News from the Delphic Oracle: Ancient Greek Literature and Culture
   •  LIT099 CM - Special Topics in Literature
   •  LIT100 CM - Literary Theory Since Plato
   •  LIT101 CM - Translation in Theory and Practice
   •  LIT102 CM - Exploring Poetry
   •  LIT104 CM - The Tragedies of Sophocles
   •  LIT105 CM - Gender and Family in Medieval Literature
   •  LIT107 CM - Modern Drama
   •  LIT107B CM - Medieval Drama
   •  LIT108 CM - Medieval Women Writers
   •  LIT110 CM - The Age of Chivalry
   •  LIT111 CM - Dante
   •  LIT114 CM - Politics, Violence, and Early Modern Literature
   •  LIT115 CM - Shakespeare and His Rivals
   •  LIT116 CM - Autobiography and Literary Imagination
   •  LIT117 CM - Literature of Late Medieval England
   •  LIT118 CM - The Romantic Revolution
   •  LIT119 CM - 19th-Century Russian Novel
   •  LIT121 CM - British Modernism
   •  LIT122 CM - European Modernist Fiction
   •  LIT123 CM - Fugitives From Utopia: The Writers of Post-War Poland
   •  LIT124 CM - Literature and War
   •  LIT125 CM - 20th-Century English and Irish Poetry
   •  LIT126 CM - Poetry and Painting
   •  LIT127 CM - The Novel Since World War II
   •  LIT130 CM - Introduction to Film
   •  LIT131 CM - Film History I (1925-1965)
   •  LIT132 CM - Film History II (1965-Present)
   •  LIT133 CM - Film and Literature
   •  LIT134 CM - Special Studies in Film
   •  LIT135 CM - Alfred Hitchcock
   •  LIT137 CM - Gay and Lesbian Cinema in the U.S.
   •  LIT138 CM - Film and Mass Culture
   •  LIT139 CM - Film Theory
   •  LIT144 CM - W.B. Yeats
   •  LIT146 CM - The Domestic Life of Empire
   •  LIT147 CM - The Word and the Garden
   •  LIT160 AF - Caribbean Literature
   •  LIT160 CM - Science and Faith in Modern Literature
   •  LIT162 AF - African Literature
   •  LIT163 AF - North African Literature and Culture in Text, Film, and Music
   •  LIT163 CM - Leadership in Literature and Film
   •  LIT165 AF - Caribbean Women Writers: Writing Between Borders
   •  LIT165 CM - Nietzsche, Marx, and Freud
   •  LIT166 CM - Feminist Theory
   •  LIT167 CM - Gay and Lesbian Writers
   •  LIT168 CM - Postmodernism and Postmodern Fiction
   •  LIT169 CM - Freud, Kafka and Musil
   •  LIT177 CM - The Art of Oratory
   •  LIT181 CM - Advanced Creative Writing
   •  LIT182 CM - James Joyce
   •  LIT183 CM - Advanced Fiction Writing
   •  LIT195 CM - Robert Frost
   •  LIT199 CM - Independent Study in Literature

Master of Arts in Finance

   •  FIN300 CM - Seminar in Finance and Accounting Practices
   •  FIN301A CM - Leadership Development in Finance and Accounting
   •  FIN301B CM - Leadership Development in Finance and Accounting
   •  FIN309 CM - Introduction to the Mathematics of Finance
   •  FIN310 CM - Financial Economics
   •  FIN320 CM - Financial Econometrics
   •  FIN330 CM - Corporate Financial Management
   •  FIN340 CM - Investments
   •  FIN350 CM - Global Finance
   •  FIN360 CM - Corporate Governance and Ethics
   •  FIN386 CM - Financial Reporting and Communication
   •  FIN398 CM - Independent Study and Research
 

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