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    • The Individual in Society - 15428 - JUDS 1573 - D2 

      Berman, Saul J. (2021-09)
      Course Purposes: This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the varied approaches in the history and literature of Jewish Law to issues in Social and Political ethics, and their contemporary ...
    • Intro to Jewish Philosophy - 14097 - JPHI 1131 - F 

      Schimmel, Ilan S. (2021-09)
      Course Objectives 1. This course allows students to engage with fundamental questions about Jewish thought that pertain to critical issues, such as: ● Should our religious beliefs be based upon rational arguments or ...
    • Intro to Judaism - 13915 - JUDS 1001 - J 

      Haijioff, Lawrence Moshiach (2021-09)
      Basic Jewish concepts; analysis of the fundamental principles of Jewish legal history and thought. 2.000 TO 5.000 Credit hours This course covers the following basic tenets of Jewish thought: Section I: The Development ...
    • Intro to Statistics - 15539 - STAT 1021 - K 

      Shao, Ran (2021-09)
      Sources of data; descriptive statistics: data display, univariate measures of location and variability; basic probability, normal curve and its applications; correlation and regression. Sampling distributions. Inferential ...
    • Introduction to Clinical Psychology PSYC 2430 - J 

      Kolidas, Evelyn A. (2021-09)
      This course will introduce you to the major topics in clinical psychology including the history and evolution of the field, psychological testing, clinical assessment/diagnosis/intervention, clinical research, and ethical ...
    • Introduction to Sociology - 13643 - SOC 1001 - 341 

      Kimmel, Daniel (2021-09)
      Overview What is sociology? The answer depends on who you ask. Even founders of the discipline did not typically agree: Emile Durkheim said that sociology is the objective, scientific study of social facts as things, much ...
    • Introduction to Sociology - 13890 - SOCI 1001 - C 

      Langer, Sidney (2021-09)
      Introduction to basic concepts, theories, methods, and findings of sociology; forms of social life: interaction, groups, organizations, and societies; socialization; inequality; social institutions. 3.000 Credit hours
    • Introduction to Sociology - 15071 - SOCI 1001H - D1 

      Hauser, Orlee (2021-09)
      Course Description: This course introduces students to the basic concepts of sociology: Culture, socialization, social Stratification, multiculturalism, and the five institutions including family, government, economics, ...
    • Introduction to Sociology SOCI 1001 - B 

      Shvetsov, Dina (2021-01)
      Overview This course is an introduction into the field of Sociology and requires no prior knowledge of the subject. The aims of the course are threefold: it seeks to introduce students to the idea of what society is and ...
    • Introduction to Sociology SOCI 1001-D1 

      Langer, Sidney (2021-01)
      Introduction to sociology: Perspective, theory, and method.
    • Introduction to Sociology SOCI 1001-K 

      Hauser, Orlee (2021-01)
      Course Description: This courses introduces students to the basic concepts of sociology: Culture, socialization, social stratification, multiculturalism, and the five institutions including family, government, economics, ...
    • Introduction to Sociology SOCI 1001H - C 

      Shvetsov, Dina (2021-01)
      This course is an introduction into the field of Sociology and requires no prior knowledge of the subject. The aims of the course are threefold: it seeks to introduce students to the idea of what society is and how it ...
    • Introduction to Statistics (STAT 1021 K) 

      Kest, Benjamin
      Course Description: A study of statistical methods most commonly used in psychology. Descriptive techniques including the measurement of central tendency, dispersion, and association as well as inferential techniques ...
    • Introduction to Statistics STAT 1021 

      Malka, Ariel (2021-01)
      Course Description: This course introduces students to applied statistics for the social sciences Course content includes basic concepts and terminology of statistics, the display of data, research designs in social ...
    • Introduction to Statistics STAT 1021 K 

      Kest, Benjamin (2021-01)
      Course Description: A study of statistical methods most commonly used in psychology. Descriptive techniques including the measurement of central tendency, dispersion, and association as well as inferential techniques ...
    • Introduction to Statistics: STAT 1021G 

      Raimann, Jochen G. (2021-09)
      Sources of data; descriptive statistics: data display, univariate measures of location and variability; basic probability, normal curve and its applications; correlation and regression. Sampling distributions. Inferential ...
    • Introduction to Statistics: STAT 1021G 

      Raimann, Jochen G. (2021-01)
      COURSE OVERVIEW Provides students with the fundamental principles of experimental design, statistical and exploratory data analysis and visualization, emphasizing research related to human health and clinical settings. ...
    • Introduction to Statistics: STAT 1021N 

      Uy, Naomi (2021)
      Provides an overview of common statistical methods in psychology, experimental design, and data analysis. Topics covered in this course include descriptive techniques, hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, correlation, ...
    • JEDU 2319 - AB Teaching Jewish Studies & Fieldwork 

      Rabinovich, Deena S. (2021-09)
      Course objectives: The learner will… Be able to write goals and objectives for individual lessons and for units. Be able to develop a lesson plan with formative/summative assessments as appropriate. Be able to develop ...
    • JEDU 3216 - AW Jewish Education Seminar & Fieldwork 

      Rabinovich, Deena S. (2021-01)
      For Juniors in Jewish Education track; Seminar on Wednesays; 30 hours of fieldwork on Fridays