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Undergraduate Courses Summer 2017

M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday, R=Thursday, F=Friday, S=Saturday, SU=Sunday

 

EDUC 180AS: Research Seminar in Child Development
(4 units)

Instructor: Staff
Class meetings: MW 10-1:10  
Summer Session: I
Location:
TBD
Course Description:
This seminar and workshop-based course is open to undergraduate and graduate students. Students will read, view, and discuss cutting-edge, interdisciplinary research in Early Childhood Education, Developmental Psychology, Human Development, and Cultural Anthropology. Students will learn to critically evaluate research on children's learning and development. In addition, students will have the opportunity to actively engage in a mentored research project, by receiving support for thesis projects, or by participating in ongoing developmental studies.

Meets the following Core requirements: 
 

EDUC 180BS: Survey Construction and Development for Research in Social Sciences
(4 units)

Instructor: Tomas Galguera 
Class meetings: 
3 Saturdays 9AM-3PM dates TBD
Summer Session: 
I
Location:
ED 101
Course Description: 
This course is designed specifically with the goal of providing students with the skills and information required to design, assess, and develop surveys for research purposes in social sciences that are valid and reliable. Requiring a modicum of statistical understanding and skills, the course relies on a tested method to develop Likert-scale item surveys that can be used in research projects for senior and master’s theses, doctoral dissertations, or other small to medium-scale projects requiring relatively small sample sizes.

Meets the following Core requirements: 


ENG 180AS: Creative Writing Bootcamp
(3 units)

Instructor: David Buuck
Summer Session: III
Class meetings: 
MW 1-4 pm
Location: 
Course Description: 
 
Meets the following Core requirements: 

ETHN 051AS: Introduction to Ethnic Studies
(3 units) 

Instructor: Leece Lee-Oliver
Summer Session: III
Class meetings:

Location: 
Course Description: 

Meets the following Core requirements: 


 
LET 180AS: Hidden Gems in Literature and Beyond
(3 units)

Instructor: Vivian Chin
Summer Session: III
Class Meetings: MW 5:30-8:40
Location: 
Course Description:  

Meets the following Core requirements: 
 
 
Last Updated: 2/14/17