Course Offerings 2021 Spring

Major Courses

(Any course may be taken as an elective if there are no prerequisites or a student has satisfied them.)

Art and Art History

McDaniel Plan Designation

CE ART 1117 Design (Prof. Zsofia Görömbei)
CE ART 2210 Digital Photography (Prof. Agnes Eva Molnar)
ART 3313 Painting (Prof. Tamás Szigeti)
ART 3318 Graphic Design II (Prof. Csilla Kőszeghy)
CE AHY 1114 History of Western Art II (Prof. Gabriella Szigethy) links for readings provided at the beginning of the semester
I,TA AHY 3308 World Contemporary Art (Prof. Gabriella Szigethy)

 


 

Business/Economics

Passing both parts of the Math Proficiency Test (Arithmetic & Basic Algebra) is a general pre-requisite for all courses in Business, Economics, Mathematics and Statistics.  The prerequisite for upper-level (3000 or 4000) courses in Economics is completion of ECO 2201 Principles of Economics

BUA 1102 Principles of Accounting II (Prof. Reka Martel) Textbook already acquired, no further literature is needed.
ECO 1102 Economic Issues and Policy (Prof. Edward Branagan)
SCH ECO1103 Introduction to Economics (Prof. Laszlo Horvath)
BUA 2209 Principles of Marketing (Prof. Zoltán Sipos)
BUA 2103 Digital Marketing (Prof. Tibor Farkas)
BUA 2214 Principles of Management (Prof. Kira Mueller)
BUA 4323 Corporate Finance and Financial Management (Prof. Edward Branagan) Foundations of Financial Mgmt, McGraw Hill, 17th ed)
ECO 3320 Macroeconomic Theory (Prof. Gábor Antal)
ECO 4405 History of Economic Thought (Prof. Charles McFerren)
QR STA 2216 Statistical Methods (Prof. Charles McFerren)

 


 

Communication

COM 1101 Intro to Communication II: Media (Prof. Judit Barta)
CE CIN 3401 Scriptwriting (Prof. Andras Gerevich)
COM 2206 Communication Design (Prof. Bruce Hoggard)
I CIN 3Txx World Cinema (Prof. Laszlo Arato)
COM 4901/a> Senior Seminar (Prerequisites: COM-2201, COM-2202 and COM-3901)(Prof. Jessie Labov)

 


 

Political Science

SCH PSI 1101 Introduction to Political Science (Prof. Deniz Bingol-Hall) Reader
SCH PSI 2204 Approaches to International Relations (Prof. Peter Marton)
SCH,TA PSI 2208 Inventors of Political Ideas (Prof. Peter Schimert)
QR PSI 2219 Research Design and Methods (Prof. Barna Szamosi)
I PSI 2213 Comparative European Politics (Pof. Deniz Bingol-Hall)
MC PSI 1115 Promises to Keep: Introduction to Minority Politics (Prof. Edit Frenyó)
PSI 3321 International Criminal Law (Prof. Tamás Hoffman)
PSI 4492 Senior Seminar (Prof. Tamás Hoffman)
PSI 3398 Guided Independent Study (2 CR)

 


 

Psychology

Completion of PSY 1106 is a general pre-requisite for all PSY courses

SCH PSY 1106 Introduction to Psychology (Prof. Luis Murillo) Atkinson & Hilgard’s Introduction to Psychology, 15th edition, pdf available
PSY 2337 Counseling Psychology (Prof. Yotam Kramer)
PSY 3212 Psychology of Gender (Prof. Luis Murillo)
SIL PSY 2215 Cognitive Psychology (Prof. Anna Babarczy) Bruce Godstein, Cognitive Psychology: Connecting Mind, Research and Everyday Experience.
QR PSY 2224 Psychological Methods and Statistics w/Lab (Pre-requisite: Completion of PSY 2223) (Prof. Anna Babarczy) Hugh Coolican, Research Methods and Statistics in Psychology; and David Howell, Fundamental Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences.
PSY 3204 Couple Counseling (Prof. Janka Kovacs) (Prerequisite: PSY-2337 Counseling Psychology)
PSY4492 Capstone in Psychology (Prof. Anna Babarczy) Journal articles – no purchase required

 


 

Journalism and New Media Minor

IN ENG 3T02 Long Form Globalized Journalism From Print to Digital (Prof. Gyuri Tury)
ENG 1103 Introduction to Journalism (Prof. Robert Smyth)
ENG 2204 Advanced News Reporting and Writing (Prof. Robert Smyth) The Elements of Journalism By Bill Kovach & Tom Rosentiel (2014 edition)
ENG 2205 Media Ethics (Prof. Jolan Roka) Gordon, A. D., Kittross, J. M., Merrill, J. C., Babcock, W., Dorsher, M.: Controversies in Media Ethics. Routledge, 2011.Parise, Eli: How the New Personalized Web Changing What We Read and How We Think. Penguin Books, 2011.
ENG2295 Internship w/Journalism Focus (Arranged in consultation with Prof. Robert Smyth)

 


 

Competence Courses

FYS1170 First Year Seminar (An Introduction to the Liberal Arts through Research) (Prof. Robert Smyth)
CW ENG1101 Intro to College Writing (Prof. Marta Siklos) Reader + other materials
ENG 1002 College Composition (Prof. Marta Siklos)
ESL 1002 Oral Com Skills –2 credits (Prof. Reka Ranky)
ESL 1003 Intro to Critical Reading/TOEFL Intensive – 2 credits (Prof. Marta Siklos)
MAT1001/1002 Mathematics Workshop (Non-credit Pass/Fail course)

 


 

Physical Education

All EPE courses will start in the second week

PEF KIN 1055A Aerobics (Prof. Reka Ranky)
PEF KIN 1055Y (Sp Topic) Yoga (Prof.Andrea Sándor)

 


 

ELECTIVES satisfying McDaniel Plan requirements

GSC 2210

SIL BIO 2100 The Molecular Design of Life  (Prof. László Nyitray)
I,TA ENG 2220 World Literature (Prof. Gabor Molnar)
SI GSC 2210 History of Modern Science (Prof. Matthew Adamson)
SCH HIS 2txx Networks and Power (Prof. Attila Pok)
HUN 1101 Elementary Hungarian I (Prof. Katalin Miklósy)
HUN 1102 Elementary Hungarian II. (Prof. Katalin Miklósy)
MC MUS 1130 Music from the Margins (Prof. Kornel Magyar)

(Please note that the College reserves the right to cancel or add courses or to make substitutions)


 

Explanation of Codes McDaniel Plan Designations

CE Creative Expression
CW College Writing
FYS First-Year Seminar
I International
I(N) International Non-Western
MC Multicultural
PEF/PES Physical Education Fitness/Skill
QR Quantitative Reasoning
SCH Social, Cultural and Historical Understanding
SI Scientific Inquiry
SIL Scientific Inquiry with Lab
SL Second Language
TA Textual Analysis