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Asian Studies 120

An introduction to the culture and history of Japan, from the early period (Jomon and Yayoi), through the rise of feudalism and the development of a modern state. The emphasis is on gaining an awareness

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Asian Studies 131

Students will study the major religious traditions of India, China, Korea, and Japan (Hindu, Sikh, Jaina, Buddhist, Confucian, Daoist, and Shinto traditions). Students will first be introduced to the interdisciplinary study of religion and proceed

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Asian Studies 213

This course will acquaint students with a variety of films in Indian languages while building upon a foundation of study acquired in Asia 131. Students will critically apply a variety of interpretive methods to cinematic

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Biochemistry 201

This is an introductory survey course in the fundamentals of biochemistry. The basic structure, function and metabolism of proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, and nucleic acid will be discussed, as well as basic bioenergetics, and regulation of

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Biology 100

This is a liberal arts biology course for non-science majors beginning with an introduction to the basic principles of biology. The course covers basic cell biology as well as a survey of human organ systems

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Biology 110

This is an introductory course surveying diversity of organisms, ecological and evolutionary principles, mechanisms of inheritance and cell structure.

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Biology 120

This course is an introduction to biology, with an emphasis on biochemistry, anatomy and physiology. Human biochemistry, anatomy and physiology will be compared to that of plants and other animals, from a systems biology perspective.

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Biology 130

This course is an introduction to Anatomy and Physiology, covering basic cell biology and histology, as well as an introduction to the structure and function of the human muscular, skeletal, cardiovascular, immune, endocrine, respiratory, urinary,

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Biology 200

This is a survey course on cell structure and function with discussions on the structure and function of the nucleus, eukaryotic organelles, the plasma membrane and cytoskeleton. Cellular processes such as DNA replication, transcription, translation,

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Biology 205

This course provides an introduction to the fields of bacteriology, virology, mycology, and parasitology. Topics include microbial morphology and classification of important bacteria, fungi, protozoa and viruses, with representative examples of each. Microbial metabolism, growth

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Biology 234

This course is an introduction to molecular and classical genetics. Topics include the structure and function of nucleic acids, linkage mapping and pedigree analysis, two gene interactions (codominance, epistasis etc.), gene regulation in prokaryotes and

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Business 250

This course introduces students to the essential concepts, terms, and functions of marketing in a business organization. It also exposes students to management perspectives in the analysis, development, evaluation, and implementation of marketing strategies through case

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Business 272

The main objective of this course is to help students understand individual and group behaviors in organizations. A particular emphasis is placed upon developing interpersonal skills. Topics include individual differences, personality, perception, emotions, values, motivation,

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Business 290

This course provides an introduction to the use of quantitative analysis in managerial decision making. Common business problems are translated into mathematical models that are solved using spreadsheet analysis. Topics include linear programming, simulation, statistical

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Business 291

This course provides an introduction to statistics. Students will become familiar with spreadsheet software. Topics include descriptive statistics, probability theory, random variables and their probability distributions, inference, estimation, hypothesis testing, and simple and multiple regressions.

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