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Reading and Writing about New York City

Reading and Writing about New York City

English|ENG1101|Fall 2012

This is a course that will offer ample opportunities to read full essays or excerpts of essays, as well as stories, poems, and articles about New York City. You will be responding to the readings by writing essays […]

Graphic Arts Management Office Systems-GRA1150-7318

Communication D...|GRA 1150|Fall 2011

Graphic Arts Management Office Systems-GRA 1150-7318 Microsoft Office

Print Production for Designers

Print Production for Designers

Prof. Matthew C. Lange
Communication D...|3532|Fall 2012

Print Production for Designers focuses on current print production procedures that can prepare print designers for real world policies, procedures and accountability. Understanding the printing processes is an […]

ENGL 2003: Introduction to Poetry

Prof. Gold
English|ENG 2003|Spring 2012

In this course, we will undertake a communal effort to understand, analyze, and interpret poetry written by authors from a range of historical periods, literary movements, and world cultures. As we seek to […]

ARCH 1291

Prof. Tim Maldonado, William Valdez
Architectural T...|9582|Spring 2012

Visual Studies II builds on the knowledge of architectural representation and visualization obtained in ARCH 1111 and ARCH 1191. This course is taken in tandem with ARCH 1211. (Architectural Design II: […]

ARCH 1210 M-W

Prof. Tim Maldonado, William Valdez
Architectural T...|9562|Spring 2012

Architectural Design II: Foundations is the second course in the one year foundation sequence which increases the student’s ability to perceive visual cues, create visual design, formulate concepts, and render i […]

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This is only a test


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Shek G. Sesay
Biological Scie...|Fall 2012


Interactive Animation

Communication D...|3662|Spring 2012

Vector-based animation and interactivity are important presentation tools for engaging the user. The goal of this course is to teach the development of time-based animation skills. It will introduce the concepts […]

Introduction to Theatre

Introduction to Theatre

Professor Standing
Humanities|Fall 2012

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Perspectives in Literature

Perspectives in Literature

Rebecca Mazumdar
English|2000|Spring 2012

As you can see from the College’s description of this course, Perspectives in Literature is “A study of human values in the literature of Western Culture. Readings are organized around the great themes of lit […]

2012 Summer – MAT 1272 Statistics – Reitz

Jonas Reitz
Mathematics|MAT 1272|Summer 2012

Image courtesy of the amazing XKCD — check out the full strip here: This course provides an introduction to statistical methods and statistical inference. Topics include descriptive […]