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Precolonial Africa

This course introduces students to the complexity and dynamism of the African past, from antiquity to the dawn of the 20th century.

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In this sequence of courses, readings introduce broader and more complex personal and social issues. The writing assignments - ranging from personal narratives and personal essays to letters,...

In this sequence of courses, written assignments tend to shift from personal narratives and essays to various forms of analysis in which the exploration and articulation of ideas increasingly...

In the final course in the required English sequence, writing assignments continue to focus on various forms of essay writing, culminating in a sustained exploration of a topic or theme--the...

Students increase their vocabulary, range of expression and understanding of grammatical structures, while exploring topics related to science and technology, environmental issues and other 21st-...

This course offers innovative studio projects in 3-D design, architecture, industrial design, fashion and apparel. The relationship between form and function, the visualization of concepts,...

In this sequence of courses, the English Department introduces 9th-graders to the reading practices, discussion principles and writing strategies they will use and on which they will build...

Junior Physical Education, sometimes referred to as the "Prep Program," is a specifically designed physical education offering that is required of all juniors (ninth graders). It meets four days...

This course introduces students to the phenomena of witchcraft, sorcery, magic and voodoo. Beginning in Babylon, the course orients students to an understanding of these subjects as practiced in...

Through reading, research and discussion students will?study the biological, psychological and sociological aspects?of human sexuality while considering the political, ethical, legal, historical...

This course will examine the influence of sport on our contemporary global society. Exploring issues of race, class, education, coaching, gender, and the overall impact of the multi-billion dollar...

Beginning with the reign of Louis XIV, students examine 18th-century European society. We explore how the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment challenged the ideas of the Old Regime and...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (ARA111), winter (ARA121) and spring (ARA131). This intensive three-term sequence introduces students to the phonology script and syntax of Modern Standard...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (CHE411), winter (CHE421) and spring (CHE431). This course is designed for those students who have not had a previous full-year, laboratory-based chemistry...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (CHI111), winter (CHI221) and spring (CHI231). This three-term sequence presents the material of the first two years of the Mandarin Chinese program and...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (CHI111), winter (CHI221) and spring (CHI231). This three-term sequence presents the material of the first two years of the Mandarin Chinese program and...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (CHI111), winter (CHI221) and spring (CHI231). This three-term sequence presents the material of the first two years of the Mandarin Chinese program and...

This sequence of two accelerated terms (JPN121/131) covers the material of the first three terms of elementary Japanese (JPN110/120/130). These two courses prepare students for Japanese 210....

This sequence of two accelerated courses in Italian covers all the basic skills, with emphasis on a reading program leading to the study of a work of contemporary Italian literature. The course is...

This course covers the material in MUS200 at an advanced pace and in greater depth. Explorations into harmony and voice leading may be included. MUS201 is intended for students with previous...

Through individual and ensemble work, this course introduces students to the essential tasks of the actor's craft. We develop vocal and physical technique, and engage in exercises to develop...

This course continues the training of the actor with a focus on dramatic style. It allows students to develop an approach to character and text beyond their own culture and experience. Exercises...

This course invites the intensive analysis and rehearsal of the work of a major playwright. It may culminate in a series of fully explored scenes or in a full-length production. The course offers...

These courses cover the material of MAT310/320/330/400 in greater depth and at an accelerated pace.

Advanced Photography is designed to challenge students to go beyond technical skills and photographic principles to establish a personal photographic style and artistic voice. Through hands-on...

This course emphasizes the practical and computational skills used to make precise measurements of astronomical phenomena with the goal of understanding the scale of the universe. Topics include:...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (BIO510), winter (BIO520) and spring (BIO530). This sequence of three courses is the equivalent of an introductory college course. Biology 510 studies...

This advanced course offers a combination of assigned and self-directed projects with a further investigation of working with clay. Building off of skills gained in Ceramics I, students develop a...