Monday, Mar. 10, 2014
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The following courses have been approved during the 2013-2014 academic year:
ART 420 Advanced Topics: Medium (to be announced) (4)
Advanced, in-depth study of one studio art medium, developing content and technical skills in the context of aesthetic and historical considerations. Topics may include: mixed media, jewelry, prints, fibers, installations, raku, glass, public art, etc. May be repeated for credit as topics change. Prerequisites: ART 350 and consent. Lab fee. Offered on demand.
BIO 308 Molecular Plant Physiology (4)
A study of the molecular nature of how plants survive and respond to their environment. Topics include hormone regulation, carbon metabolism, plant cell identity, fluid transport and response to stress. Common techniques used in molecular biology will be introduced. Groups will design a short research project utilizing these techniques. Prerequisites: BIO 131 and 132. Corequisite: BIO 311. Offered on demand.
POLS 347 Model United Nations (4)
Participation in the National Model UN conference in New York City (NMUN) is the focus of this class. NMUN conferences replicate the rigorous process international leaders must go through to find agreeable solutions to major problems in the world today. Prerequisite: Consent. Offered every spring.