Merrimack College Reserves System

All Reserves by Department

(list by Instructor, list by Course)

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

ACE: Internationalization Leadership Team

ACE: Internationalization Leadership Team (Sendall, Spring 2014)

Biology

BIO 1027: Principles of Biology (Berkes, Spring 2014)

HSC 1106: Human Biology (MacLaren, Spring 2014)

Business

BUS 1100: Essentials of Business Analysis (Antonellis, Spring 2014)

BUS 2205: Principles of Marketing (Sannella, Spring 2014)

Chemistry

CHM 1120: General Chemistry II w/Lab (Fernandez, Spring 2014)

CHM 1180: Chemistry for Engineers (Rigos, Spring 2014)

CHM 1220: Chemistry for Health Professions II (Franco, Spring 2014)

CHM 2220: Organic Chemistry II (Franco, Spring 2014)

Computer Science

CSC 1510: Intro to Information Technology (Michaud, Spring 2014)

Criminology

CRM 3000: Society & Law (Hayden, Spring 2014)

CRM 3500: Domestic Violence (McQueeney, Spring 2014)

CRM 4800: Criminology Internship (Paris, Spring 2014)

Education

ED 501G: Curriculum Instruction & Assessment in Social Studies & World Geography (Gurry, Spring 2014)

ED 680G: The American Community College (Marine, Spring 2014)

EDU 2210: Child & Adolescent Development (Hsu, Spring 2014)

EDU 3210: Psychology of Learning & Assessment (Meegan, Spring 2014)

EDU 4320: Teaching Social Studies (Gatling, Spring 2014)

EDU 4340: Children's Literature (Gatling, Spring 2014)

GRAD 590A/B: Community Engagement Capstone (Falk, Spring 2014)

English

ENG 3250: Shakespearean Drama (Plasse, Spring 2014)

Health Sciences

HSC 3336W: Human Pathophysiology (FitzPatrick, Spring 2014)

HSC 3500A/B: Intro to Nutrition Science (Corcoran, Spring 2014)

HSC 3510: Community Nutrition (Corcoran, Spring 2014)

Library

Book Group: McQuade Book Group (Condon, Spring 2014)

Reference Reserve: Reference Reserve (Condon, Spring 2014)

Test Prep: Test Prep (Condon, Spring 2014)

Management

GMGT 5160: Marketing Analysis & Decision Making (Sannella, Spring 2014)

Marketing

MKT 3300: Marketing Strategy (Sannella, Spring 2014)

Mathematics

MTH 1217/MTH 1218/MTH 2219: Calculus I/Calculus II/Calculus III (Benedict, Spring 2014)

MTH 3725: Numerical Analysis (Benedict, Spring 2014)

Philosophy

PHL1000K/L : Introduction to Philosophy (Engelmann, Spring 2014)

PHL 1000R: Inroduction to Philosophy (Farland Sr., Spring 2014)

PHL 2060: Biomedical Ethics (Raponi, Spring 2014)

Religious/Theological Studies

RTS 1001: Intro to Religious Studies (Norris, Spring 2014)

RTS 1100: Christianity in context (Kantor, Spring 2014)

RTS 1100S/T: Christianity in Context (Mescher, Spring 2014)

RTS 2010: Buddhism (Norris, Spring 2014)

RTS 2810: Sex, Marriage, Family & Work (Mescher, Spring 2014)

Sociology

SOC 1001C: Principles of Sociology (Koegel, Spring 2014)

SOC 4300: Social Class in America (Dalphin, Spring 2014)

Visual & Performing Arts

FAA 1620: Art and Culture II (Longsworth, Spring 2014)

FAA 2530: Theatre History II (Sills, Spring 2014)

FAA 3100: Music & Spirituality (Pruett, Spring 2014)

Women's & Gender Studies

WGS 3000: Thinking Green (Mackenzie, Spring 2014)

WGS 3230: Gender & Pop Culture (Salerno, Spring 2014)

WGS 3360: Fieldwork in the American SW (Mackenzie, Spring 2014)

WGS 3630: Changing Women/Reality & Myth (Salerno, Spring 2014)