survey course

survey course

n.
An academic course consisting of an overview of a broad topic or field of knowledge.
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The survey course would be an introduction to aviation maintenance.
The three concluding essays suggest ways to use colonialism, federalism, and imperialism as frameworks for restructuring or refocusing the survey course.
We used the HeLa documentary film, "The Way of All Flesh Film", as an effective teaching tool in the first survey course of general biology to supplement our discussion on the cell cycle and ethics in scientific studies.
Contract awarded for Rihanna honored at the Ecole post environmental impact survey course operating services
The 18th edition of this text for a survey course reorganizes the material on the late medieval and early modern periods, with a new chapter on Europe in the Atlantic world 1550-1650.
A survey course will take place this Saturday at Cresswell Village Hall in Northumberland.
As is, A-R Editions' Online Music Anthology presents a helpful supplement to print collections and creates a model that targets literature with the broadest need, that of the undergraduate music survey course.
This paper explores the feasibility and efficacy of incorporating an interactive, discussion-based instructional approach into an undergraduate art history survey course and investigates effects of the new pedagogic strategy on students' demonstrated comprehension and retention of required content.
I have also found, however, that playing on the tension between popular versions of California history and its "messier realities" makes for a lively and engaging way to structure the first half of a California history survey course.
How can a junior professor, fresh from graduate school, with its requisite seminars in historiography, theories, and methods, not have her soul crushed by teaching a survey course in "Western Civilization"?
We believe that, prior to the introduction of East Asia content in a general survey course, a systematic, diagnostic assessment of basic student knowledge (or the lack thereof) about East Asia constitutes crucial contextual information for instructors who desire to be effective teachers.
Finding a place where the values, heritage, and mission closely matched his own, he subsequently joined the faculty to teach a popular survey course on New York Real Estate.

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