Course

ECON 101 Introduction to Microeconomics

Professor

Sanjaya DeSilva

CRN

17018

 

Schedule

Wed Fr 1:30 -2:50 pm OLIN 202

Distribution

OLD: A/E/Q

NEW: Social Science

 

Course

ECON 101E Experimental Microeconomics

Professor

Tsu-Yu Tsao

CRN

17019

 

Schedule

Tu Th 9:00 - 10:20 am OLIN 204

Distribution

OLD: A/E/Q

NEW: Social Science

 

Course

ECON 226 Urban and Regional Economics

Professor

Kris Feder

CRN

17184

 

Schedule

Tu Th 10:30 - 11:50 am OLIN 107

Distribution

OLD: A/E

NEW: Social Science

 

Course

ECON 229 Statistics

Professor

Andrew Pearlman

CRN

17026

 

Schedule

Mon Wed 9:00 - 10:20 am OLIN 204

Lab:  Mon   4:35 6:30 pm HDR 101A

Distribution

OLD: A/E/Q

NEW: MATC

 

Course

SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology

Professor

Amy Ansell

CRN

17444

 

Schedule

Tu Th 1:00 -2:20 pm OLIN 304

Distribution

OLD: A/C

NEW: Social Science

 

Course

SOC 205 Introduction to Research Methods

Professor

Yuval Elmelech

CRN

17241

 

Schedule

Tu Th 1:00 -2:20 pm OLIN 203

Distribution

OLD: E/G/Q

NEW: Social Science

 

Course

CEP 308 Tools for Analysis: Geographic Information Systems

Professor

Mark Becker

CRN

17190

 

Schedule

Wed 12:00 -2:30 pm ALBEE / HDR

Distribution

OLD: E

NEW: Social Science

Cross-listed: Science, Technology & Society

2 credits.This course, offered in cooperation with the Bard Center for Environmental Policy (BCEP) is designed to provide students with a comprehensive review of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and remote sensing technologies as they apply to many environmental fields. Students will learn the fundamental theory underlying the structure and use of GIS. Through a mixture of lectures, readings and hands-on exercises, students will acquire an understanding of the structure of spatial data and databases, basic cartographic principles, how to conduct spatial analysis and the methods for developing sound practices for GIS project design and management. The course will focus on examples of how GIS and related geo-technologies are used in conservation planning, environmental management, and urban/regional planning. Open to Upper College (moderated) students; permission of the director of BCEP (ranville@bard.edu) is required.