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101 World of Chemistry

World of Chemistry (21:160:101:B1:12403)
Class Dates: 6/1 - 7/8
Class Times: MTWTh, 9:00am - 10:55am
Instructor: Cote
Location: Canvas
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Course Information Coming Soon.

203 STATISTICS

Statistics (21:220:203:B6:02964)
Class Dates: 6/1 - 7/8
Class Times: MW, 6:00pm - 9:45pm
Instructor: Staff
Location: Canvas
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Descriptive statistics, probability, sampling, estimation, hypothesis testing, and regression analysis; realistic application with the computer employed as a major tool.

304 Convergence

Convergence (21:086:304:H2:11973)
Class Dates: 7/12 - 8/18
Class Times: MTWTh, 10:00am - 11:50am
Instructor: Fox
Location: Canvas
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Course Information Coming Soon.

415 Contemporary Sociological Theory

Contemporary Sociological Theory (21:920:415:HQ:11888)
Class Dates: 7/12 - 8/18
Class Times: Meeting By Arrangment
Instructor: Siebert
Location: Canvas
Format: Online
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Current modes of theoretical analysis, and contemporary perspectives on the nature and historical development of modern forms of social organization and social relationships.

Writing intensive.

393 Topical Issues in Sociology: Mass Incarceration

Topical Issues in Sociology: Mass Incarceration (21:920:393:B5:11886)
Class Dates: 6/1 - 7/8
Class Times: Meeting By Arrangement
Instructor: Liss
Location: Canvas
Format: Online
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Topics vary each semester. Consult department for current information.

285 Drugs and Society

Drugs and Society (21:920:285:H5:11883)
Class Dates: 7/12 - 8/18
Class Times: Meeting By Arrangement
Instructor: Siebert
Location: Canvas
Format: Online
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Course description coming soon.

101 Elementary Portuguese

Elementary Portguese (21:812:101:B5:11819)
Class Dates: 6/1 - 7/8
Class Times: Meeting By Arrangement
Instructor: Castilho
Location: Canvas
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Fundamentals of grammar; drills in speaking and writing. A minimum total of 10 hours of language laboratory work per semester is required of all students in Newark College of Arts and Sciences elementary language courses and is recommended for University College-Newark and New Jersey Institute of Technology.

BEGINNERS ONLY. PLACEMENT EXAM/INSTRUCTOR PERMISSION REQUIRED FOR STUDENTS WITH PRIOR KNOWLEDGE OF PORTUGUESE.

204 General Physics II

General Physics II (21:750:203:H2:00162)
Class Dates: 7/12 - 8/18
Class Times: MTWTh 10:00am - 11:20am
Instructor: Epstein
Location: Canvas
Format: Remote
Credits: 4
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

A trigonometry- and algebra-based course treating the basic concepts of mechanics, electricity and magnetism, light, and some modern physics.

STUDENTS WHO HAVE COMPLETED CALCULUS ARE ELIGIBLE TO TAKE 750:214 UNIVERSITY PHYSICS WHICH IS RECOMMENDED.

360 Core Topics in US History: History of New York

Core Topics in US History: History of New York (21:512:360:B2:11791)
Class Dates: 6/1 - 7/8
Class Times: MTWTh, 10:00am - 11:50am
Instructor: Purcell
Location: Canvas
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

Course Information Coming Soon.

102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION

English Composition (21:355:102:B2:11787)
Class Dates: 6/1 - 7/8
Class Times: MTWTh, 10:00am - 11:50am
Instructor: Wood
Location: Canvas
Format: Remote
Credits: 3
COURSE DESCRIPTION:

English Composition 102 is the second course in the sequence of writing courses required of nontransfer students and must be taken immediately following the successful completion of English Composition 101. This course builds on the critical reading, thinking, and writing skills developed in 101 and further prepares students for the types of intellectual inquiry as well as critical analysis and writing required in upper-level courses offered at the university. Students engage increasingly complete texts of different genres and from a variety of disciplinary orientations. Emphasis continues to be placed on writing as a process as students are required to conduct and to critically evaluate research as well as to maintain an independent voice as they negotiate multiple primary and secondary sources.

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