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Summer Session I
June 3 to July 5, 2013
Summer Session II
July 8 to August 9, 2013
Extended Summer Session
June 3 to August 9, 2013
High school students should view Courses for High School Students.
4 credit hoursInstructor: Javier UrcidRequirements Fulfilled: ss, snM, T, Th 01:30 - 03:50 PM
Summer Session I: June 3 to July 5, 2013This is an experiential learning course. This course also counts toward the HSSP Major or Minor. In this course we will study skeletal anatomy and the application of forensic techniques to archaeological problems. Hands-on laboratory sessions focus on methods of estimating age at the time of death, determining sex, assessing variability, detecting instances of bone remodeling, and identifying cultural and natural modifications to bony tissue. Case studies will be used to exemplify bioarchaeological approaches. You can view a syllabus for this class here.Sage class number: 2050Course Tuition: $2,320 plus a nonrefundable once per summer $50 registration fee
4 credit hoursInstructor: Nicholas StevensonRequirements Fulfilled: snM, T, W, Th 11:00 AM - 12:50 PM
Summer Session II: July 8 to August 9, 2013Prerequisite: MATH 10aThis course is a basic introduction to the methods of statistics and the mathematical analysis applied to problems in the life sciences. Topics include statistical analysis of experimental data, mathematical description of chemical reactions, and mathematical models in neuroscience, population biology, and epidemiology. You can view a syllabus for this class here.Sage class number: 2079Course Tuition: $2,320 plus a nonrefundable once per summer $50 registration fee
4 credit hoursInstructor: Chandler FultonRequirements Fulfilled: snM, T, Th 08:30 - 10:50 AM
Summer Session II: July 8 to August 9, 2013Prerequisites: BIOL 22a.This course examines the molecular basis of DNA replication, RNA transcription focusing on molecular biology techniques such as PCR, DNA sequencing, genomics, cloning, microarrays, and siRNA and their relation to human disease research applications.Sage class number: 2080Course Tuition: $2,320 plus a nonrefundable, once per summer $50 registration fee.
4 credit hoursInstructor: Joost MaierRequirements Fulfilled: sn, qrM, T, W, Th 09:00 - 10:50 AM
Summer Session I: June 3 to July 5, 2013The interpretation of data is key to making new discoveries, making optimal decisions, and designing experiments. Students will learn skills of data analysis through hands-on, computer-based tutorials and exercises that include experimental data from the biological sciences. Knowledge of very basic statistics (mean, median) will be assumed. You can view the course website for this class here. This course is available for Undergraduate Credit only in Summer 2013.Sage class number: 2052Course Tuition: $2,320 plus a nonrefundable once per summer $50 registration fee