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Temporary Course Newsletter

April 29, 2011


The following temporary courses have been proposed this month:


ECN 333X (or PSC 333X) Economics and the Law (4)

Explores different approaches of the economic analysis of law, and the history of how economics came to have such a tremendous influence on the field of law. (Lec.4) APPROVED


EGR 109X Engineering in Everyday Life (3)

Introduces students to the different disciplines of engineering. A brief introduction to the history of engineering will be studied. The process of engineering design will be inspected by following the design and construction of objects encountered in everyday life including a bridge, an automobile, a toy and some household objects. Engineering calculations used for designing some of these objects will be worked out. Common manufacturing processes will be examined. (Lec.3) APPROVED


FRN 100X Situational French:  Conversation and Reading (3)

Students will develop basic French writing, speaking, listening and reading skills. Students will converse with French speakers, read everyday documents (e.g. menus, schedules, and advertisements), and produce a multimedia collage. (Lec.3)   APPROVED


FRN 200X Experiential French:  Interviews and Reviews (3)
Students will develop writing, speaking, listening and reading skills by interviewing French speakers, writing reviews of cultural documents (e.g. films, plays, and songs) and producing a multimedia newsletter. (Lec. 3)  Pre: 104 or permission of instructor. APPROVED


Faculty members who wish to register comments have seven days to contact Norbert Mundorf, Chairperson, Curricular Affairs Committee (X4-4725).


The Temporary Course Newsletter is distributed on the last weekday of each month, as required, throughout the calendar year. Proposed temporary courses received by the 25th of the month will be printed in that month's edition of the Temporary Course Newsletter.



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