Endicott College Reserves System

All Reserves by Department

(list by Instructor, list by Course)

(Note: some reserve materials may require you to log in)

Applied Behavior Analysis

ABA 332: Advanced Topics in Behavioral Analysis (Dorsey, Spring 2015)

Art

ART 100: Art & World Cultures (Black, Spring 2015)

ART 121: Ceramics I (Campbell, Spring 2015)

ART 225: Jung & Creative Art Therapy (Cusumano, Spring 2015)

ART 302: Portfolio (Currier, Spring 2015)

ART 317: History of Photography (Doheny, Spring 2015)

ART 334 : Photographic Imagery on Clay and Glass (Campbell, Spring 2015)

Biology/Biotechnology

BIO 115: Biosphere (Lutton, Spring 2015)

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BIO 202: Anatomy & Physiology II (Shaw, Spring 2015)

BIO 242: World Disease (Shaw, Spring 2015)

Communications

CMM 103: Advertising Fundamentals (Allen, Spring 2015)

CMM 107: Media & Culture II (Allen, Spring 2015)

CMM 110: Intro to Digital Film Making (Donovan, Spring 2015)

CMM 203: Public Relations (Liscio, Spring 2015)

CMM 306: Social Impact of the Media (Yang, Spring 2015)

CMM 315: Global Mass Communication (Yang, Spring 2015)

CMM 370: Communication Research Methods (Hellerstein, Spring 2015)

CMM 400: Cont Issues in Media Studies (Yang, Spring 2015)

Criminal Justice

CJ 100: Intro to Criminal Justice (Jerin, Spring 2015)

CJ 241: Victimology (Jerin, Spring 2015)

Education

All : All Courses (Cain, Spring 2015)

ED 203: Introduction to Children with Special Needs (Stasiak, Spring 2015)

ED 321: Junior Transitions (Warren, Spring 2015)

ED 330: Issues and Best Practices in ELL (English Language Learners) (McLaughlin, Spring 2015)

English

ENG 101: College Writing Seminar (Lusiak, Spring 2015)

ENG 101: College Writing Seminar (Morin, Spring 2015)

ENG 108: Intro to Creative Writing (Holder, Spring 2015)

ENG 207: Creative Writing Non-Fiction (Gordon, Spring 2015)

ENG 218: Argument-based Writing (Paradiso, Spring 2015)

ENG 305: Writing for Inquiry (Lusiak, Spring 2015)

ENG 312: Literature for Children (Kelly, Spring 2015)

ENG 321: Literary Triumvirates (Gordon, Spring 2015)

History

HST 102: Western Civ II (Since 1517) (Kermes, Spring 2015)

HST 104: U.S. History II (Pustz, Spring 2015)

HST 226: Early American History and Literature (Shaughnessy Zeena, Spring 2015)

Honors Program

HON 150: Honors Seminar II (Damico, Spring 2015)

HON 350: Honors Seminar (Dolinsky, Spring 2015)

Hospitality Management

HTM 318: Events Management (Cronin, Spring 2015)

Interior Design

ID 350: Design Theory and Research Seminar (Solias, Spring 2015)

International Studies

IST 325: World Geography (Kilburn, Spring 2015)

Liberal Studies

LST 100: Seminar in Academic Inquiry (Burt, Spring 2015)

Nursing

NU 311: Psychosocial Nursing (Porter, Spring 2015)

Philosophy

PHL 104: Ethics (Young, Spring 2015)

PHL 310: Bioethics (Lutton, Spring 2015)

Physical Education

PE 110: First Aid and Safety (Clayman, Spring 2015)

PE 205: Strategies in Phys. Ed. (Nastasi, Spring 2015)

PE 208: Personal and Community Health (Clayman, Spring 2015)

PES 114: Weight Training and Conditioning (Clayman, Spring 2015)

Political Science

POL 100: Intro to Politics (Kilburn, Spring 2015)

Psychology

All Courses: All Courses (Bader, Spring 2015)

PSY 100: General Psychology (Bader, Spring 2015)

PSY 200: Child and Adolescent Psychology (Wang, Spring 2015)

PSY 241: Statistical Methods (Dolinsky, Spring 2015)

PSY 305: Social Psychology (Bader, Spring 2015)

PSY 320: Theories of Personality (Bader, Spring 2015)

PSY 322: Physiological Psychology (Albers, Spring 2015)

PSY 489/490: Senior Thesis I & II (Dolinsky, Spring 2015)

Sociology

SOC 101: Intro to Sociology (Manson, Spring 2015)

SOC 300: Urban Sociology (Manson, Spring 2015)

SOC 302: Social Problems (Manson, Spring 2015)

Sport Management

SM 218: Philosophy and Sport (Nastasi, Spring 2015)

Van Loan School

NUR 551: Comprehensive Assessment (Murphy, Spring 2015)

Web Development

Web Content Editors: Web Content Editors (Commette, Spring 2015)