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Summer 2014 Course Offerings

Semester Online
Offerings at Brandeis

The Hebrew Bible/Old Testament (NEJS 111a)

Psychological and Socio-Cultural Perspectives on Health (PSYC 2a)

Online Cross-Registration Courses

Full-time undergraduates in good academic standing who are sophomores, juniors, or seniors, and who are not studying abroad are invited to take one online cross-registration course through a program offered by Semester Online each semester.

Cross-registration courses taken through these two online programs appear on the student's transcript with the name of the school where the course was taken and the title of the course. The grade that is earned at the host institution will also appear on the Brandeis transcript, however it will not be factored into the GPA (except courses offered by Brandeis faculty). Credits earned by Brandeis undergraduates will count towards the 128 required for graduation, and courses may count towards the major and general education requirement as indicated. Brandeis students earn 4 credits for all online cross-registration courses.

For course descriptions, please visit the Semester Online consortium websites. Enrollment in individual courses may be limited. Tuition charges apply.

Summer 2014 Course Offerings

Semester Online
Courses offered at Brandeis

The Hebrew Bible/Old Testament (NEJS 111a)
[hum wi] fulfills Humanities and Writing Intensive
Approved as a Near Eastern and Judaic Studies Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies course
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Psychological and Socio-Cultural Perspectives on Health (PSYC 2a)
[ss] fulfills Social Science
Does NOT meet the requirement for the major in Psychology.
Does NOT meet the requirement for the major in Health: Science, Society, and Policy.
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Other courses offered through Semester Online. Please see their website for course descriptions and schedule details.

Boston College
Eco-Challenges and Sustainable Solutions
Violent Crimes: Forensics and Victimology

Emory University
Drugs & Behavior
Power, Politics and Religion in America

Northwestern University
Integrated Marketing Communications

Trinity College Dublin
Ireland in Rebellion

University of Melbourne
Classical Mythology

University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Business Strategy
Financial Accounting and Reporting
Introductory Finance
Leading and Managing: An Introduction to Organizational Behavior
Marketing: Core Concepts and Tools

University of Notre Dame
Calculus II for the Life and Social Sciences
Classical and Molecular Genetics
Shakespeare & Film
The Rise of Christianity

Wake Forest University
Bioethics: Decision-Making in Biology and Medicine

Washington University in St. Louis
Critical Earth Issues
Environmental & Energy Policies
Introduction to Computer Science
Introduction to Psychology