survey course

survey course

n.
An academic course consisting of an overview of a broad topic or field of knowledge.
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First, it can serve as the primary text for a survey course in Jewish law at an American law school, equipping students with the tools necessary for advanced research and analysis.
Critic Lauren Markham, writing for The York Times, said This Land is Our Land "reads like an impassioned survey course on migration, laying bare the origins of mass migration in searing clarity."
14) is pushing Senate Bill 373, which would require that public schools post "In God We Trust" signs in every classroom, mandate that every public school offer elective courses on world religions that "may also include as part of the survey course's curriculum the study of the Bible" and promote the teaching of creationism.
A survey course on Islamic architecture is a great way to introduce visitors to the vibrant world of Islamic art and the breadth of objects in MIA's collection support the course as they cover key sites and periods of development.
Overall, this volume provides history educators with enough tools to see a logical fit for musicals in the history survey course.
And so we thought, "What if we create a survey course?" 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.
In 1989, and still in 2014, I "cover" (of course, it is absurd to think I cover anything in a survey course) both genres of Judaic thought as well as Judaic thinkers.
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.

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