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Fall 2024 Offerings

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BIOL 2004 General BioLogica I

This course cultivates an understanding of the internal design and organization of eukaryotic cellular and subcellular structures with attention to the structure and function relationships that govern cellular processes at the molecular level. A survey of organelle and membrane function, cell-cell signaling, cell movement, cell adhesion, the extracellular matrix, Energy and Metabolism, Respiration, and Photosynthesis. This course integrates modeling and experimental dialectic laboratory experiences (4 Unit Laboratory Class).

CHEM 2004 BioLogica Chemistry I

This course considers matter’s composition, structure, and properties, including the electronic structure of atoms, periodic trends, ionic and molecular bonding, and intermolecular forces. This course integrates modeling and experimental dialectic laboratory experiences (4 Unit Laboratory Class).

ENGL 2023 Literatura: Hero’s Journey

This course provides students with a unique opportunity to delve into the profound depths of Homer, Plato, and Shakespeare. This study will foster a rich appreciation for the Western Canon, and its enduring contributions to human thought and expression. Through scholarly inquiry, critical discussion, and creative engagement, participants will comprehensively explore the concept of the hero in the broader context of the Western literary and intellectual tradition.

MATH 1083 ArithMetica Theory

Understanding number theory and how and why arithmetical properties and operations work necessitates recognizing and applying the beautiful axiom systems upon which mathematics is built. Beyond addressing simple calculations, this course investigates why and how arithmetic works. Learning experiences will include investigations, dialogues, proofs, and applications (3 Unit Course).

MATH 1123 Euclidean GeoMetria I

Plane Geometry can be investigated through several perspectives: Synthetic (Euclid/Thales/Hilbert), Metric (Birkhoff), Analytic (Descartes/Fermat) Locus, etc. Each is guided by Logic (Aristotle) within Axiom systems (Whitehead/Russell). Learning experiences will include investigations, dialogues, proofs, and applications (3 Unit Course).

PHYS 1013 Musica

This course delves into the captivating intersection of Physics and Art with an introductory Musicology course, where Physics and Music Appreciation converge. This course is designed for students curious about the underlying Physics principles that shape the sonic landscapes we experience (3 Unit Course).