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- HIST 301 - Selected Topics in History
A study of a historical theme or topic that uses a methodological approach or viewpoint not fully explored within the departmental offerings. Topics vary according to student interest and faculty expertise.
May be repeated for credit as topic changes.
Offered: Offering to be determined.
- MUS 360 - Choral Music Intensive
The Drew Music Intensive offers an intensive choral experience to students, faculty, staff, and professional community members during the January and summer terms. Participants will rehearse advanced choral repertoire written specifically for chamber choirs, spanning a wide variety of styles and time periods, and will perform a culminating concert at the end of the term.
May be repeated up to 8 times (8 credits) with permission of the instructor.
Attributes: CLA- Breadth: Arts
Offered: only during the January and summer terms.
- PHIL 345 - Selected Topics in Philosophy
Topics in philosophy, varying from term to term as the department may direct.
May be repeated for credit as topic changes.
Attributes: CLA-Breadth/Humanities, CLA-Writing Intensive
- PHYS 201 - Building and Programming Robots
This course is designed for students interested in engineering. It is a hands-on, project-based course, where teams of 3-5 students will build and test robots to perform a pre-defined task (e.g., navigating through obstacles, picking-up and carrying specified objects to a destination, etc.). The robots will compete against each other at the end of the course. The lectures will cover the basics of how certain sensors and motors work, and basic programming techniques for processing the sensor inputs and for generating motor outputs. Repeatable as topic varies.
Attributes: CLA-Breadth/Interdisciplinary, CLA-Quantitative
Prerequisite: CSCI 117, or permission of instructor.
- SOC 227 - Sociology of Families
An analysis of theoretical approaches to the study of the family with an emphasis on changing gender roles. Focuses on diversity among families and how definitions of "the family" are changing to incorporate variations in family structure by social class, ethnic and racial background, and sexual orientation. Topics include dating, love and romance, cohabitation, marriage and divorce, single-parent families, remarriage, day care, and violence in intimate family relationships.
Prerequisite: SOC 101 or permission of instructor.
Drew students can register through TreeHouse until January 4, 2015. No PIN is required, however we recommend that you discuss course selection with your academic advisor.
Visiting students are welcome to enroll in JanTerm courses for academic credit. Please contact the Office of Continuing Education at (973) 408-3400 or email@example.com for information on how to register.
Tuition for JanTerm 2015 is $660 per credit, making total tuition:
- $2,640 for a four-credit course
- $1,320 for a two-credit course
Please note that Drew financial assistance is not available for JanTerm courses.
On-campus housing is available to Drew students who are registered for a JanTerm course.
Food service is provide in the Commons and the Ehinger Center Servery.
Room and board for 2015 JanTerm:
- Three Weeks (January 4 – 25): $1,031
- Two Weeks (January 11 – 25): $612
Contact Bob Meade in the Housing office at (973) 408-3681 for a housing application.
If Drew administrative offices close for inclement weather, all scheduled classes and programs are likewise canceled. In the event of a delayed opening or early dismissal, a corresponding adjustment will be made to the day’s class schedule (for example, if there is a delayed opening of 1 hour, then classes all start 1 hour later).
Sign up for the Drew emergency notification system through TreeHouse to receive a cell phone text message about delays and closings.
Alternatively, check for notices on drew.edu, an email message on your Drew account, or call (973) 408-DUSC to hear recorded updates.
Cheer on the men’s and women’s Ranger basketball teams at home games, hear world-renowned writers read their work at the MFA in Poetry program, or work out at the Simon Forum and Athletic Center.
Questions? Please contact the Office of Continuing Education at (973) 408-3400 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information.