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Course Descriptions. Please check the Registrar’s web page for the most up-to-date course information. Apply Today. MSEG 302 Materials Science for Engineers- 3 credits. Crystal binding and structure; energetics and structure of lattice defects; elasticity, plasticity, and fracture; phase equilibria and transformations; relations of structure
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Course Description: THEA 301: Fundamentals of Properties Construction Group A Introduces basics of organization and management of properties for a theatrical production in addition to basic techniques of property construction. Demonstrates basic techniques and processes through a combination of classroom lecture and laboratory experience
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Link: 2017 Course Description Listing HTML: <a href="https://udapps.nss.udel.edu/CourseDescription/search?yearCode=2017">Summary Course Description Listing for 2017
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This course is a study of works of the major philosophers of the 17th and 18th centuries, including Descartes, Spinoza, Leibniz, Locke, Berkeley, Hume, and Kant. In reading these works, we will come to understand some of their main positions and arguments in metaphysics and epistemology.
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Software management studies processes and concepts for planning and monitoring all software life-cycle phases.
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Many of the major programs offered by the University of Delaware require one of these sequences. A listing is given at the end of this section. In the following, the courses are described in order of increasing difficulty. Only one course among CHEM-101, 103, and 111 (or CHEM-102, 104, and 112) can count toward graduation requirements.
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course as fixed in a particular semester, as long as the number of credit hours is within therange of minimum and maximum for course 4 Grade types: a When blank the course is a letter graded course b Course for which the grade is either pass or fail c R, RP- Not for baccalaureate credit d NR -- No grade required 5 Brief description of the course
eLearning Course Description Working Alone or Forming a Team In the typical school or workplace setting, instructional design projects are done by teams, as opposed to people working by themselves. Few people possess all the necessary skills to create an eLearning environment on their own.
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Image: "19th C Ocean Cultures" seminar at work in the archive in Spring 2019. BodyText1. Spring 2021 English Dept. Grad Course Descriptions.pdf . Fall 2020 English Dept. Grad Course Descriptions.pdf. Move Up. Move this whole section up, swapping places with the section above it.
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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS 329 1 2 3b 8 6 7 4b 3a 4a 5 1. Subject area and course number. 2. Course title. 3. Credit hours a. When only one number is printed it is a fixed credit hour course. b. When two numbers are printed it is a variable credit hour course. The lower number is the minimum number of credits that a student may take in a section of
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Course Descriptions FASH 619 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF CLOTHING (3 credits) Research related to the study of clothing and appearance as important contributors to human interactions; consideration of the importance of clothing in individual and collective behavior.
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The History Department Course Descriptions booklet is produced in the Fall and Spring semesters. The booklet lists all undergraduate and graduate History courses and descriptions, as well as other important information about the department.
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Course Description BMEG442: Engineering Exercise and Sports is a technical elective offered in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Delaware. This course integrates material across engineering, physiology, and exercise science disciplines and has three main themes:
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Staff can use the Experimental Course Description Form for all experimental (X67), topic and/or seminar courses being offered each term.
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Graduate Certificate Course Descriptions. FASH 689 Apparel Supply Chains & Social Responsibility Challenges for social responsibility in the context of structure, relationships and long-standing practices and methods in apparel business. Analyzes structural and competitive issues of supply chains such as ownership, globalization, and outsourcing.
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Spring 2021 Supplemental Course Descriptions updated 12/05/2021 Africana Studies AFRA 206-10 WAGES OF WHITENESS Whiteness studies focuses on how ¿White¿ developed as a racial category and how various ethnic/national groups came to be included under …
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The online teacher leadership courses are 7 weeks long, with 5 terms offered per calendar year. Students typically start the program in Fall A, Spring A or Summer, but can begin in any of the terms offered throughout the year. Contact an admissions counselor at 844-237-1338 to learn more.
The History Department Course Descriptions booklet is produced in the Fall and Spring semesters. The booklet lists all undergraduate and graduate History courses and descriptions, as well as other important information about the department. Digital copies are made available here. ©2021 University of Delaware.
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SF Course Offerings Chinese Fall. SF Course Offerings French Fall. SF Course Offerings German Fall. SF Course Offerings Hebrew Fall. SF Course Offerings Italian Fall. SF Course Offerings Russian Fall. SF Course Offerings Spanish Fall. Student Resources. Study Abroad.
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Courses for a Chemistry or Biochemistry Major. The B.A. courses in Chemistry and Chemistry Education follow a similar course selection for the freshman year. Chemistry Education students take 24 credits of education classes throughout the four years, including student teaching.
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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE 2008-2009. 336 THE UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE IFST 445 PARENT RESOURCES 2 Emphasis on techniques in working and communicating with parents, understanding parent-child relationships and effectively utilizing parent, teacher, home, school and community resources.
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CISC101 counts as a “group D” Math/Science credit for Arts and Science majors. Therefore, there is a “very high bar” for transfer credit for CISC101. To evaluate whether your course can be transferred as CISC101, a course description is not sufficient, and even a syllabus (if it is only a high level description) may not be enough.
Newark, DE 19711 ENTR 150 4 credit online course ENTR 155 1 credit online course ENTR 156 1 credit online course ENTR 157 1 credit online course ENTREPRENEURSHIP Undergraduate Course Descriptions Business Basics for Entrepreneurs This course introduces students to basic concepts from accounting, finance, management and operations management
Spring 2021 course syllabi OLLI instructors provide selected course syllabi, objectives and other information, available to print or view in PDF format. Instructor Syllabus or Course Content Materials A syllabus or course content handout provides details about the structure of an instructor’s course, as a supplement to the information provided in the OLLI catalog description. […]
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Course descriptions (short) Fall I CHEG 800 Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Seminar (1 credit). Responsible and effective research practices in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. Topics include expectations in graduate school, the graduate student-advisor relationship, work-life balance and self-care, time management,
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If you are missing your Honors coding in UDSIS, please contact the Honors College at 831-1195. If you are missing any of your majors or minors in UDSIS, please contact the Registrar’s Office at [email protected]udel.edu. Prerequisites: Prerequisites listed in the catalog or on Courses Search will be absolute restrictions in UDSIS.
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336 THE UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE IFST 445 PARENT RESOURCES 2 Emphasis on techniques in working and communicating with parents, understanding parent-child relationships and effective
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Course Descriptions Course descriptions for JD Program. Administrative Law - LAW 6205 3 credits An analysis of the processes by which administrative agencies of government seek to carry out the regulatory and social welfare tasks delegated to them by legislatures. The course examines the source and scope of administrative agency authority, the formal and informal powers and procedures used in
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