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Many instructors provide draft syllabi to help you make informed decisions about summer courses. Visiting students from other colleges and universities may find these syllabi helpful when confirming that your home institution will accept a transfer of Brandeis course credits and apply them to your degree.
We post course syllabi here as we receive them. Please remember these are draft syllabi and are subject to change at the discretion of the instructor. If an instructor has not submitted a 2015 syllabus, but taught the same course last summer, we have listed their Summer 2014 syllabus at the bottom of this page for reference.
AMST 116b: Race and American Cinema with Jillian Powers
ANTH 5a: Human Origins with Javier Urcid
ANTH 7a: Great Discoveries in Archaeology with Travis Parno
ANTH 116a: Human Osteology with Javier Urcid
BIOL 14a: Genetics and Genomics with Inna Nechipurenko
BIOL 15b: Cells and Organisms with Kene Piasta
BIOL 51a: Biostatistics with Tynan Kelly
BIOL 101a: Molecular Biotechnology with Kene Piasta
CHEM 11a - Section 1: General Chemistry Lectures I with Claudia Novack - 2014 syllabus below!
CHEM 11a - Section 2: General Chemistry Lectures I with Michael Vela
CHEM 11b: General Chemistry Lectures II with Claudia Novack - 2014 syllabus below!
CHEM 18a - Section 1: General Chemistry Laboratory I with Claudia Novack - 2014 syllabus below!
CHEM 18a - Section 2: General Chemistry I Laboratory with Michael Vela
CHEM 18b: General Chemistry Laboratory II with Claudia Novack - 2014 syllabus below!
CHEM 25a: Organic Chemistry Lectures I with Kristen Mascall
CHEM 25b: Organic Chemistry Lectures II with Kristen Mascall
CHEM 29a: Organic Chemistry Laboratory I with Kristen Mascall
CHEM 29b: Organic Chemistry Laboratory II with Kristen Mascall
COSI 11a: Programming in Java and C with Antonella DiLillo
COSI 21a: Data Structures and the Fundamentals of Computing with Antonella DiLillo
ECON 10a: Introduction to Microeconomics with Donna Howe
ECON 20a: Intro to Macroeconomics with Andrew Tsai
ECON 28b: The Global Economy with Seongeun Kim
ECON 80a: Microeconomic Theory with Kathleen McQueeney
ECON 82b: Macroeconomic Theory with Miao Ouyang
ECON 83a: Statistics for Economic Analysis with Yubing Cui
ECON 171a: Financial Economics with Abdullah Al Mahmud
ENG 21a: Adolescent Literature with William Flesch - 2014 syllabus below!
ENG 49a: Scriptwriting for the Short Film with Marc Weinberg
ENG 79a: Directed Writing: Beginning Screenplay with Marc Weinberg
ENG 177a: Hitchcock's Movies with William Flesch
ENG 180a: The Modern American Short Story with William Flesch
FA 9a: Introduction to Digital Photography with Scott Wiener
FA 30b: Introduction to the History of Art II: Renaissance to Modern with Paula Carabell
FA 105a: Introduction to Printmaking: Intaglio with Elizabeth Mooney
HISP 20a: Continuing Spanish with Mary Nasielskier-Burstin
HISP 32a: Intermediate Spanish Conversation with Raysa Mederos
HISP 104b: Peoples, Ideas, and Language of the Hispanic World with Jorge Arteta
HIST 50b: American Transformations: Perspectives on United States History, Origins to the Present with Abby Cooper
HIST 56b: World History with Marlyn Miller - 2014 syllabus below!
IGS 10a: Introduction to International and Global Studies with Chandler Rosenberger
INT 92g Multiple Sections with Staff
LGLS 116b: Civil Liberties- Constitutional Debates with Daniel Breen
MATH 8a: Introduction to Probability and Statistics with Shahriar Mirzade
MATH 10a: Techniques of Calculus (a) with Daoyuan Han
MATH 10b: Techniques of Calculus (b) with Moses Kim
MATH 15a: Applied Linear Algebra with Aaron Berkowitz
MATH 20b: Techniques of Calculus: Calculus of Several Variables with Cristobal Lemus
MUS 35a: History of Rock with Charles Stratford
MUS 36a: Introduction to Music Technology with Michele Zaganini
MUS 55a: Music in Film with Marc McAneny
NEJS 135a: The Modern Jewish Experience with Eric Fleisch
PHYS 10a: Intro. To Physical Laws and Phenomena I with Edward Martens
PHYS 10b: Intro. To Physical Laws and Phenomena II with Edward Martens
PHYS 18a: Intro. To Physical Laws and Phenomena I - Intro. Laboratory with Staff - 2014 syllabus below!
PHYS 18b: Intro. To Physical Laws and Phenomena II - Intro. Laboratory with Staff - 2014 syllabus below!
POL 167: US and China in World Politics with Ralph Thaxton
PSYC 2a: Psychological and Socio-Cultural Perspectives on Health with Michael Polito
PSYC 10a: Introduction to Psychology with Michael Polito
PSYC 51a: Statistics with Jasmine (Hasmik) Boshyan
PSYC 52a: Research Methods and Laboratory in Psychology with Yoona Lee
PSYC 140a: Statistical Analysis Software (SAS) Applications with Xiaodong Liu
SOC 117a: Work and Gender with Kimberley Lucas
SOC 129a: Sociology of Religion with Margaret Clendenen
SOC 130a: Families and Kinship with Meg Lovejoy
SOC 155b: Protest, Politics and Change: Social Movements with Jaleh Jalili
SOC 191a: Health, Community, and Society with Catherine Tan
THA 15b: Public Speaking: The Art of Oral Communication with Jennifer Cleary
THA 15b: Public Speaking: The Art of Oral Communication with Alexander Jacobs
THA 71a: Playwriting with Joseph Coroniti
THA 130a: Suzuki with Jesse Hinson
Please remember these are draft syllabi and are subject to change at the discretion of the instructor.
CHEM 11a-Section 1: General Chemistry I with Claudia Novack
CHEM 11b: General Chemistry II with Claudia Novack
CHEM 18a-Section 1: General Chemistry Lab I with Claudia Novack
CHEM 18b: General Chemistry Lab II with Claudia Novack
ENG 21a: Adolescent Literature with William Flesch
HIST 56b: World History to 1960 (Online Class) with Marlyn Miller
PHYS 18a: Introduction to Physical Laws and Phenomena I - Introductory Laboratory with Staff
PHYS 18b: Introduction to Physical Laws and Phenomena II - Introductory Laboratory with Staff