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SSCI 354: Urban Policy

Bliss, Daniel
Explores major dilemmas facing cities today including changing economic and tax bases, fiscal stresses, immigration, marginalized populations, new forms of…

SSCI 318: Global Health

Ireland, Patrick
Multidisciplinary course that addresses the most critical issues and initiatives in global health, covering the history of the field and…

MATH 251: Multivariate and Vector Calculus

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Analytic geometry in three-dimensional space. Partial derivatives. Multiple integrals. Vector analysis. Applications. MATH 251-01 Date: 30-MAY-22 to 23-JUL-22 Days: MWR…

SSCI 385: Comparing Policy: US-Japan

Steffenson, Rebecca
Investigates an interdisciplinary topic of current interest in the social sciences. Course may be taken multiple times provided the topic…

MATH 252: Introduction to Differential Equations

Ong, Kiah
Linear differential equations of order one. Linear differential equations of higher order. Series solutions of linear DE. Laplace transforms and…

PSYC 363: Intro to Sports Psychology

Kazukauskas, Kelly
In this course, students will explore the major psychological theories related to sport and exercise behavior. The course is designed…

CAE 208: Thermal-Fluids Engineering I

Snyder, Mark
Basic principles of thermodynamics applied to engineering systems using pure substances and mixtures as working fluids. Direct application of the…

SCI 497: UG Elevate Experience

Segre, Carlo
The focus of this course is for students interested in x-ray studies of battery and fuel cell materials. The plan…

IPRO 497: AP Power Over Ethernet

Tomal, Daniel
Interprofessional projects allow students to learn teamwork, leadership and project management skills, while working in multidisciplinary teams on projects involving…

ARCH 497: Japan: Architecture + Culture

Wetzel, Catherine
The Japan: Architecture + Culture will study contemporary Japanese architecture and its cultural context. Over the last half century Japanese…

IPRO 497: Neuromuscular & Stroke Rehab

Krishnamurthy, Mahesh
Interprofessional projects allow students to learn teamwork, leadership and project management skills, while working in multidisciplinary teams on projects involving…

ARCH 497: 5th Yr Studio: Design/Build

Flury, Frank
Independent study of projects and problems. Students must be advised and have consent of the instructor and approval of the…

IPRO 497: Neuromuscular & Stroke Rehab 2

Krishnamurthy, Mahesh
Interprofessional projects allow students to learn teamwork, leadership and project management skills, while working in multidisciplinary teams on projects involving…

IPRO 497: Version 1: IPRO Dev Team

Krishnamurthy, Mahesh
These days it is common for development teams to be spread across multiple time zones requiring them to collaborate virtually…

ARCH 497: Tropical Streets Brazil I, II

Villalobos Hernandez, Maria
This class is a faculty led study away experience to Brazil. While in Brazil, you will document and analyze the…

ARCH 497: Politeia: Orders & Archetypes, Recordings/Projection

Johnson, Leslie
This unique study away experience connects architecture and civics via analytical drawing. This is an ideal opportunity for students who…

ARCH 497: Aurora: Literary Landscapes, Matter Matters

Johnson, Leslie
We will use the lenses of Nordic poetry and the natural resources to explore historical and contemporary architecture throughout Norway.…

ARCH 497: Post-Industrial Port Urbanism

Long, Melissa
The course will explore the wider region around Berlin with trips to comparable port-cities, such as Copenhagen, Amsterdam and Rotterdam…

ARCH 497: Flux Architecture

Klaeschen, Martin
As participants of this course will be traveling through Europe the course will focus on existing and new local progressions…

ARCH 456: Italy: A Grand Tour

Humer, Colleen
This class is devoted to the close observation, description, and analysis of works of architecture from 1900 to the present.…