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Monroe Library Library Instruction Curriculum Map

This guide lists the target courses for library instruction within the Loyola Core and all major programs.

Target Courses by Department and Program

Biological Sciences

B.S.

BIOL A101 BioInquiry

BIOL A108/109

Biology of Organisms

BIOL A208 Ecology & Evolution

 

Chemistry

B.S.

CHEM A314 Synthesis & Characterization

CHEM A320 Integrated Chemistry Lab I

CHEM A493 Capstone Presentation

 

Classical Studies

B.A. Civilizations

CLHU A274 The Byzantine Empire

CLHU A372 The Roman Empire

CLHU A480 Classical Humanities Capstone

 

 

B.A. Languages

CLHU A304 Prose of Republican Rome

CLHU A315 Greek Comedy

CLHU A480 Classical Humanities Capstone

 

Criminology & Justice

B.A. Criminology & Justice; Bachelors in Criminal Justice

CRIM A300 Research Methods

 

 

 

 

Masters in Criminal Justice

CRIM A710 Research and Statistical Methods

CRIM A 900 Masters Research & Practicum

 

 

Economics

B.A.

 

 

 

 

English

B.A.

ENGL A205 Writing about Texts

ENGL A218 Reading Historically II

 

 

Environment Program

B.S.

ENVA A194 Foundations in Environmental Studies

 

 

 

History

B.A.

HIST A202 Historical Methods Lab

HIST A400 Historiography

 

 

Languages & Cultures

B.A.

 

 

 

 

Mathematics and Computer Science

B.S.

 

 

 

 

Philosophy

B.A.

PHIL A307 Philosophy of Mind

PHIL A309 Naturalism and its Critics

PHIL W245 Environmental Ethics

 

Physics

B.S.

PHYS A120 Intro to Physics & Engineering

 

 

 

Political Science

B.A.

POLS A230 History of Political Thought I

POLS A231 History of Political Thought II

POLS A480 Capstone

 

Psychological Sciences

B.S.

PSYC A301 Introduction to Research

 

 

 

Religious Studies

B.A.

 

 

 

 

Sociology

B.A.

SOCI X232 Social Problems

SOCI A335 Research Methods & Techniques

SOCI A480 Senior Capstone

 

Teaching

M.A.T. / M.S.

TEAC A700 Intro to Educational Best Practices Research