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Academic Foundations 003
African American and African Studies 014
American Studies 050
Ancient and Medieval Civilizations 060
Anthropology 070
Arabic 074
Art, Design, and Art History (080, 081, 082, 083, 085)
Biological Sciences
Chemistry 160
Chinese 165
Clinical Laboratory Sciences 191
Computer Science 198
Earth and Environmental Sciences (Geology 460)
Economics 220
Urban Education 300
English (350 and 352)
English: Composition and Writing 355
Environmental Sciences 375
French 420
Geoscience Engineering 465
Greek 490
Health Sciences: Aging 499J
Health Sciences: Health Advocacy 499K
Health Information Management 504
History (History 510, American 512)
Honors 525
Information Systems 548
International Affairs
Italian 560
Japanese 565
Journalism and Media Studies 086
Latin 580
Legal Studies
Linguistics 615
Mathematics 640
Medical Imaging Sciences 658
Music 087
Neuroscience 112
Philosophy 730
Physics 750
Political Science 790
Portuguese and Lusophone World Studies 812
Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Psychology 819
Psychology 830
Religious Studies
Russian 860
Social Work 910
Sociology 920
Spanish 940
Theater 088
Video Production 089
Women's and Gender Studies 988
Writing 989
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Consortium with New Jersey Institute of Technology
Rutgers Business School: Undergraduate-Newark
School of Criminal Justice
School of Public Affairs and Administration
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Camden Newark New Brunswick/Piscataway
  Newark Undergraduate Catalog 2013–2015 Liberal Arts Colleges Academic Programs and Courses Linguistics 615  

Linguistics 615
21:615:201 Introduction to Linguistics (3) An introduction to the scientific study of language: how languages agree and differ in their systems of sound, grammar, and meaning; the nature of language acquisition and the processing mechanisms that shape the course of language development of speakers; and the role language plays in society and in the shaping of culture.
21:615:320 Teaching Methodologies for World Languages (3) An introduction to applied linguistics, second language acquisition, and teaching methodologies in line with current cognitive models and perspectives. Open to all students of foreign language, especially those seeking teaching certification in a foreign language. Methods appropriate for K-12 teaching in the New Jersey World Languages curriculum are treated in detail.
21:615:322 Language Acquisition (3) An introduction to the study of what it is about the human brain that makes it uniquely able to acquire and use language. Other topics include typical and atypical language development in children, second language acquisition in adults, and the effects of bilingualism on language development.
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