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2018 Summer Course Syllabi

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ANTH 5A, Human Origins

ANTH 116A, Human Osteology

BCHM 88A, Introductory Biochemistry

BIOL 15B, Cells and Organisms

BIOL 26A, Plant Biology

BISC 11A, Biodiversity Connections

CHEM 11A, General Chemistry I

CHEM 11B, General Chemistry II

CHEM 18A, General Chemistry Laboratory I

CHEM 18B, General Chemistry Laboratory II

CHEM 25A, Organic Chemistry I

CHEM 25B, Organic Chemistry II

CHEM 29A, Organic Chemistry Laboratory I 

CHEM 29B, Organic Chemistry Laboratory II

COSI 12B, Programming in Java

COSI 21A, Data Structures and the Fundamentals of Computing

ECON 10A, Introduction to Microeconomics 

ECON 20A, Introduction to Macroeconomics 

ECON 28B, The Global Economy

ECON 80A, Microeconomic Theory

ECON 82B, Macroeconomic Theory

ECON 83A, Statistics for Economic Analysis

ECON 171A, Financial Economics

ENG 79A, Screenwriting Workshop: Beginning Screenplay

ENVS 89A, Environmental Internship Course

FA 3A, Introduction to Drawing I: Drawing into Painting

MATH 8A, Introduction to Probability and Statistics

MATH 10A, Techniques of Calculus (A)

MATH 10B, Techniques of Calculus (B)

MATH 20A, Techniques of Calculus: Calculus of Several Variables

MATH 36A, Probability

MATH 37A, Differential Equations

NEJS 185B, The Making of the Modern Middle East

NPSY 11B, Introduction to Behavioral Neuroscience

NPSY 199A, Human Neuropsychology

PHIL 1A, Introduction to Philosophy 

PHYS 10A, Introduction to Physical Laws and Phenomena I

PHYS 10B, Introduction to Physical Laws and Phenomena II

PHYS 18A and 18B, Introductory Laboratory I and II

PSYC 10A, Introduction to Psychology

PSYC 51A, Statistics

PSYC 52A, Research Methods and Laboratory in Psychology

PSYC 148A, Applied Statistical Computing in R

REL 151A, The Buddha: His Life and Teachings

SOC 1A, Introduction to Sociology

THA 15B-1, Public Speaking: The Art of Oral Communication 

THA 15B-2, Public Speaking: The Art of Oral Communication 

THA 15B-3, Public Speaking: The Art of Oral Communication 

THA 15B-4, Public Speaking: The Art of Oral Communication 

THA 71A, Playwriting

THA 130A, Suzuki

UWS 25A, The Good, the Bad & the Slimy: The Aliens of Science-Fiction

UWS 37B, Border Crossings 

WMGS 5A, Women, Gender, and Sexualities 

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