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ENG 301W - Advanced Composition

Buffalo State | Summer 2014
2014-07-21 — 
Practice in writing academic papers. Writing assignments emphasize stylistic strategies, diction, disciplinary conventions, revision and research.
Section: SECTION1836
3
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ENG 130 - Biblical & Classical Literature

Buffalo State | Summer 2014
2014-07-21 — 
Works selected from Biblical literature and from Latin and Greek literature before Constantine.
Section: SECTION1356
3
credits

SCI 100 - Contemporary Science

Buffalo State | Summer 2014
2014-07-21 — 
Introduction to the role of science in contemporary society. Emphasis on the process of science for solving problems and organizing information to understand science and technology. Contemporary issues and case studies illustrate the methods of science.
Section: SECTION1457
3
credits

DAN 224 - Dance Appreciation

Buffalo State | Summer 2014
2014-07-21 — 
Survey course examining the cultural and aesthetic values of ethnic, social, and concert dance; the significance of dance for ceremony, ritual, commercial entertainment, and artistic expression. Students attend live dance performance.
Section: SECTION1230
3
credits

BIO 104 - Environmental Biology

Buffalo State | Summer 2014
2014-07-21 — 
Biological aspects of global environmental problems. Principles of ecology.
Section: SECTION1938
3
credits

ENG 354 - Ethnic American Minority Literature

Buffalo State | Summer 2014
2014-07-21 — 
The background, development, and contemporary contribution of ethnic American minority literature (folklore, poetry, short story, novel, biography, and play) and individual authors. The literary characteristics of the literature, its contribution to the field of American literature, and its place in today's society.
Section: SECTION1361
3
credits

GEG 364 - Geography of Europe

Buffalo State | Summer 2014
2014-07-21 — 
Physiographic regions, landforms, climate, vegetation, soils, and drainage patterns. Culture regions, language, religion, population, migration, politics, economics, and impacts on the natural environment. Interdependence of regions within Europe and within the global context. Excludes the former Soviet Union.
Section: SECTION1822
3
credits

GES 224 - Geologic Hazards

Buffalo State | Summer 2014
2014-07-21 — 
Catastrophic geologic events, with an emphasis on earthquakes, volcanism, and landslides. Includes causes, physical effects, prediction, and social implications.
Section: SECTION1287
3
credits

BIO 101 - Human Biology

Buffalo State | Summer 2014
2014-07-21 — 
Biological principles of the human condition with particular emphasis on physiology of normal body function with regard to nutrition, disease, psychoactive agents, reproduction and contraception, and aging. Contemporary health-related issues.
Section: SECTION1932
3
credits

GES 131 - Introduction to Astronomy

Buffalo State | Summer 2014
2014-07-21 — 
Non-mathematical survey of the astronomical universe. Survey of the sun, planets, ns, comets, stars, and galaxies.
Section: SECTION1236