Siena Summer Advantage (SSA) 2015

Please complete this form to enroll in the Siena Summer Advantage Program at Siena College. This program includes 1 three credit course, 1 one credit College Transition (CT) course, lunch on Wednesdays and local, weekly field trips.

There is no housing available for this program. Students have to provide their own transportation to and from Siena College for the program. Transportation will be provided by Siena College for field trips and service trips.

Enrollment is limited and the program will fill up on a first come first served basis. Location of courses will be sent to you through e-mail at the end of June. No payment is required at this time, you will be billed for this Program in August.

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    MATH 010-Finite Math: 3 Credits This course will introduce students to topics from Number Theory, Combinatorics, Complexity Theory, Difference Equations, Game Theory, Geometry, Graph Theory, Information Theory, Group Theory, Logic, Probability and Simple Descriptive Statistics, and Set Theory. Primarily intended for Liberal Arts and Business majors. (ATTR: ARTS, CAQ, CDQ)  OR CHEM 010 – Intro to Forensic Science: 3 Credits The purpose of this course is to provide students with an understanding of forensic science by examining the current techniques and instrumentations that are commonly used to analyze chemical, physical and biological evidence. This course is designed to fulfill part of (1) the School of Science Core requirement for School of Liberal Arts and School of Business students, as well as Business and Social Science track Computer Science students. This course can also be taken more than once so long as it is verified that there is sufficiently different content semester to semester. (ATTR: ARTS, CDN) 
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