Crown College Courses

The Crown library has study spaces and a computer lab

In Fall, Winter and Spring  2015-2016 Crown College will be offering the following 1 unit,  2 unit and 5 unit classes.

2016-2017

Crown College

Lower Division Courses

31. Crown College Student Leadership in Action Seminar (2 credits). S

Focuses on developing and establishing leadership skills and styles for new leaders at Crown College. Explores communication styles, group dynamics, community development, programming, moral development and conflict resolution concepts and strategies. Applies theory to action. By permission of instructor.

The Staff

70. Introduction to Broadcast Media: Radio (5 credits)  F,W,S

Comprehensive history of noncommercial radio as a mass-communication medium. Course also serves as an introduction to UCSC's radio station KZSC-FM and broadcasting. Through lectures, hands-on instruction, and written assignments, students learn the fundamentals of program presentation and audio production. Enrollment by permission of instructor.

General Education Code(s): PR-S

Nada Miljkovic

79. Engaging the University. F


80A. University Discourse: Ethical and Political Issues in Emerging Technologies. F,W
Explores rhetorical principles and conventions of university discourse, providing intensive practice in analytical writing, critical reading, and speaking. Examines ethical challenges brought about by rapidly changing science and technology. Students cannot receive credit for this course and course 80B. Enrollment restricted to first-year college members who have not satisfied the C1 requirement. (General Education Code(s): T6-Natural Sciences or Humanities and Arts, C1.) M.Camps

80B. Rhetoric/Inquiry: Ethical Issues in Emerging Technologies. F,W
Explores intersection, interpretation, and persuasion and hones strategies for writing and research. Examines ethical challenges brought about by rapidly changing science and technology. Students cannot receive credit for this course and course 80A. Prerequisite(s): satisfaction of the Entry Level Writing and C1 requirements. Enrollment restricted to first-year Crown College members. (General Education Code(s): T6-Natural Sciences or Humanities and Arts, C2.) M.Camps

80S. Undergraduate Seminar in Science, Technology, and Society. *

An honors seminar for first year students on selected topics that examine the relationship between science, technology, and society. Precise focus of each seminar varies and is announced by the college. Preference given to Crown College students. Enrollment restricted to first-year and sophomore students. Enrollment limited to 20. (General Education Code(s): T2-Natural Sciences.) The Staff

93. Field Study. F,W,S

Provides for individual programs of study sponsored by the college and performed off campus. Students should review plans with an appropriate fellow of the college. A proposal should be presented to the college academic preceptor no later than the seventh week of the preceding quarter. Credit is granted by the sponsor upon approval of the work performed. Students submit petition to sponsoring agency. May be repeated for credit. The Staff

93F. Field Study (2 credits). F,W,S
Provides for individual field study in the vicinity of the campus under the direct supervision of a faculty sponsor. Students submit petition to sponsoring agency. May be repeated for credit. The Staff

99F. Tutorial (2 credits). F,W,S
Various topics to be arranged between student and instructor. Students submit petition to sponsoring agency. May be repeated for credit. The Staff

Upper Division Courses

185. Career and Internship Preparation (1 credit).F,W,S
For juniors and seniors preparing for an internship experience or career position. Subjects include: self-assessment of career objectives and/or internship goals; exploration of resources and techniques for finding and evaluating potential positions; resume writing; interview techniques; techniques to maximize learning in an internship and advancement in a job; communication; conflict resolution and problem solving in the organizational setting.

The Staff

198. Independent Field Study. F,W,S
Provides for college-sponsored individual study programs off campus. Approval of student's faculty sponsor and college academic provost required. The Staff

199. Tutorial. F,W,S
Various topics to be arranged between student and instructor. Students submit petition to sponsoring agency. May be repeated for credit. The Staff

199F. Tutorial (2 credits). F,W,S
Various topics to be arranged between student and instructor. Students submit petition to sponsoring agency. May be repeated for credit. The Staff

* Gen Ed Codes ( ) for students entering before Fall 10.