Syllabi and Websites for Summer 2014 Courses

Links to available syllabi and course websites are below. Links are added as they become available. For full access to websites when classes begin, register by the registration deadline. Most syllabi require Adobe’s Acrobat Reader.

  • BIOS S-14 Principles of Genetics (32374)
  • BIOS S-150 The Biology of Cancer (33128)
  • COMP S-116 Big Ideas, Great Thinkers (33321)
  • ECON S-110 Quantitative Methods in Economics and Business (33002)
  • ECON S-1005 Foundations of Real-World Economics (33373)
  • *ECON S-1123 Introduction to Econometrics (31837)
  • ECON S-1944 History of Financial Crises 1637-2015 (33362)
  • ENSC S-132 Tissue Engineering for Clinical Applications (32841)
  • ENSC S-157 Introduction to Fabrication of Microfluidic Devices (32627)
  • ENGL S-102 Introduction to Old English: Language and Literature (33284)
  • ENGL S-105 Medieval Epic (33283)
  • ENGL S-188 Science Fiction or, The Way We Live Now (33122)
  • ENVR S-162 US Environmental Law and Sustainability (33295)
  • ENVR S-164 History and Quality of Environmental Consciousness (33316)
  • HIST S-1022 Global Law, Global History: A Comparative Perspective (33424)
  • HIST S-1572 Summer Seminar—The Holocaust in History, Literature, and Film (33114)
  • JAPA S-120 Intermediate Japanese (33130)
  • GMAT S-1 Mathematics Review for the GMAT and GRE (30257)
  • PHIL S-174 Global Justice (33341)
  • PHYS S-10 Introduction to Theoretical Physics (33198)
  • PSYC S-1072 The Psychology of Emotional, Behavioral, and Motivational Self-Regulation (33216)
  • SOCI S-192 Globalization and Global Justice (32788)
  • SPAN S-C Intermediate Spanish (32694)
  • SWGS S-1224 Gender and Fandom (33282)
  • SWGS S-1421 When The Princess Saves Herself: Gender and Retold Fairy Tales (32843)
  • VISU S-72 American Dreams from Scarface to Easy Rider (33172)
  • VISU S-107 Scrutinizing the American Environment: The Art, Craft, and Serendipity of Acute Observation (32785)
  • VISU S-160 Visual Trajectories: Forces Shaping Advertising, Landscape, and Popular Visual Imagery (30352)

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