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U.S. History Colonial Origins to 1861

Introduces you to the formation of American values and institutions from the early English settlements of North America through the Revolution and Civil War.

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This course emphasizes field identification of locally common species and habitats. Spring migrants are the focus of the course, along with winter finches and waterfowl that may have lingered in...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (BIO310), winter (BIO320) and spring (BIO330). This course follows the same sequence of topics as does Biology 210/220/230 but uses a different textbook....

This sequence of courses is offered fall (CHE310), winter (CHE320) and spring (CHE330). An introduction to the theoretical framework of modern chemistry, this laboratory-based course is designed...

This introductory physics course covers a similar sequence of topics as does Physics 210/220/230, but assumes a greater mathematical competence (see prerequisites). After taking this three-term...

This course seeks to outline the mathematical underpinnings of the present theory of the microscopic world. Beginning with a brief review of the dilemmas faced by physics at the turn of the 20th...

Students in this course will learn to use a microcomputer to control output devices and interpret input sensors. Students will complete a series of small projects that will culminate with a...

This course examines selected topics of special interest in astronomy and astrophysics, including: telescopes and electronic imaging equipment, multifrequency analysis of deep sky imagery, the...

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