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Fall 2017 Semester-Specific Course Descriptions

Fall 2017 Classes

Did you know that several departments offer semester-specific course descriptions? 

Some professors give you insight into the type of readings you will examine, how your performance will be evaluated, and their goals for the courses they are teaching. This can be especially useful for courses like Rewriting America and Selected Topics in Political Science where the topics vary. Don’t you want to know more about the classes you are selecting? For a link to the course descriptions in our catalog, click here. Click on the links below to access the semester-specific descriptions. 

Summer 2017 | Fall 2017

History, Judaic Studies, Documentary Studies, Religious Studies
Fall 2017

Language, Literatures, and Cultures
(Spanish, French, Hebrew, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Arabic, German, and Latin.)
Fall 2017
Fall 2017 Spanish Only Course Descriptions

Music Lessons and Ensembles
Not quite semester specific, but useful nonetheless!
Click Here

Fall 2017

Political Science & Public Administration:
Summer 2017 Political Science & Public Administration Course Descriptions
Fall 2017 Political Science
Fall 2017 Public Administration 

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