Lindaland
  Lindaland Central
  Yay!!! (Next Semester's Classes Set)

Post New Topic  Post A Reply
profile | register | preferences | faq

UBBFriend: Email This Page to Someone! next newest topic | next oldest topic
Author Topic:   Yay!!! (Next Semester's Classes Set)
proxieme
unregistered
posted August 03, 2003 12:32 AM           Edit/Delete Message
GOVT345 Political Islam (3:3:0). Covers the politics of religion in Muslim societies; history, ideology and practices of key individuals movements, and institutions; case studies of political Islam in the Middle East, Asia, Africa, and the West, plurality and diversity of political _expression in the Muslim World; nature of democracy in Islam and the Islamic state.
Taken b/c
a)it's interesting
and
b)taught by the best lecturer I think I've ever had.

GOVT412/COMM 412 Politics and the Mass Media (3:3:0). Prerequisite: GOVT 103. Responsibilities and freedoms of the mass media in a democracy. Influence of media on citizens' opinions, elections, and decisions of public officials is explored.
Juuust useful.

GOVT423 Constitutional Law: Civil Rights and Liberties (3:3:0). Prerequisite: GOVT 103. Study of the First Amendment freedoms of speech, press, assembly, association, and religion; the right to privacy; and Fourteenth Amendment equal protection.
Ditto on the good-to-knowness.

ANTH399 Issues in Anthropology (3:3:0). Prerequisite: ANTH 114 and 60 credits, or permission of instructor. Topic of contemporary interest in anthropology, changing from semester to semester, and focusing on topics such as sex roles, anthropology and ethics, and primate social organization. May be repeated for credit.

399/2 - Anthropology of Conflict Resolution
Double ditto, as well as interesting.

399/7- The Spirit World
Hey, I need something purely fun...which will involve lots and lots of reading...(eh, so I have a skewed sense of what's fun).


THE NEXT SEMESTER'S COMING UP!!!

IP: Logged

silverbells
Knowflake

Posts: 1506
From: The second star to the right (which shines in the night for'eer)
Registered: Apr 2003

posted August 03, 2003 01:03 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for silverbells     Edit/Delete Message
WHAT is your major? That is pretty heavy stuff.

IP: Logged

proxieme
unregistered
posted August 03, 2003 12:38 PM           Edit/Delete Message
A combo between Anthropology and Poli Sci (I'm part of a college in which you can craft your own major).

Iiii caaann't waaaiiit
I want to buy all of my books now so that I can start reading them

IP: Logged

N_wEvil
unregistered
posted August 03, 2003 12:45 PM           Edit/Delete Message
too...many....books.

IP: Logged

Harpyr
Knowflake

Posts: 2255
From: land of the midnight sun
Registered: Dec 2002

posted August 03, 2003 04:47 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Harpyr     Edit/Delete Message
way kewl.

be sure to share any fascinating tidbits that you think we might be interested in.
sounds like an exciting semester.

IP: Logged

trillian
Knowflake

Posts: 4050
From: The Boundless
Registered: Mar 2003

posted August 03, 2003 07:40 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for trillian     Edit/Delete Message
Anthropology...those were some of my favorite classes in college...

Best of luck to you...

IP: Logged

dorkus_malorkus
Knowflake

Posts: 1061
From: Hopelessly lost........
Registered: Jun 2003

posted August 06, 2003 01:44 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for dorkus_malorkus     Edit/Delete Message
craft your own major, eh? *scratches chin* that sounds pretty cool. best of luck to ya prox!

IP: Logged

silverbells
Knowflake

Posts: 1506
From: The second star to the right (which shines in the night for'eer)
Registered: Apr 2003

posted August 07, 2003 03:35 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for silverbells     Edit/Delete Message
Oh man that is so cool!!! That is so cool, do they require a certain number of general classes regardless of major?

IP: Logged

proxieme
unregistered
posted August 07, 2003 05:55 PM           Edit/Delete Message
Hr - Will do

trillian & dorkus - Thankya, thankya

sb - Yep, in the lower levels (freshman/sophomore years), they're a bit more static. You take modules that're ...
well, here's what they say (I honestly don't know that much about the first two years as I transferred in w/ an Associates):

Communities & Courses

In the Jr & Sr years, you may choose to between learning community courses and courses w/i the College of Arts and Sciences. One talks w/ their advisor in order to determine the courses which would best help them to reach their goals.

Yeah, it's the Dirty Hippie College

And here's
The Dirty Hippie Graduate School

(Note: If your monitor's juuust the right size, the little floating "facta et verba" box covers one of the title words juuust enough to be really funny.)

IP: Logged

silverbells
Knowflake

Posts: 1506
From: The second star to the right (which shines in the night for'eer)
Registered: Apr 2003

posted August 07, 2003 09:54 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for silverbells     Edit/Delete Message
Hmmmm very interesting.

IP: Logged

All times are Eastern Standard Time

next newest topic | next oldest topic

Administrative Options: Close Topic | Archive/Move | Delete Topic
Post New Topic  Post A Reply
Hop to:

Contact Us | Linda-Goodman.com

Copyright 2007

Powered by Infopop www.infopop.com © 2000
Ultimate Bulletin Board 5.46a