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CLASSICAL EDUCATION COURSES SUMMER 2021
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Official Classical Education Offerings
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PrefixCodeSecCRNCourse TitleInstructorLocationDatesDaysStartEndEnrollment
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PHI53815QA40328Philosophy of EducationPost, MatthewONLINEJune 7–Aug 12ASYNCHRONOUS34/40
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HUM63445QA40336QuadriviumLehman, JeffreyONLINEJune 7–Aug 12ASYNCHRONOUS27/25
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HUM63775QS40332Writing as ImitationRoper, GregoryONLINEJune 7–July 8MTWR12:00 PM2:00 PM25/25
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HUM63785QS40334Shakespeare on Human NatureAvery, JoshuaONLINEJune 7–25MTWRF3:00 PM6:00 PM10/25Taught through Academy for Classical Teachers (Institute for Classical Education & Great Hearts) but open to UD Classical Ed students for credit.
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HUM63795QS40335Galileo and His PredecessorsIvins, MichaelONLINEJuly 5–23MTWRF3:30 PM6:15 PM7/25
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HUM63485AU40358Classical Pedagogy, Ancient & ModernPeterson, John M.AUSTINJune 14–July 2MTWRF9:00 AM12:00 PM4/20To be held at Valor South Austin. Contact Dr. Peterson to enroll. Non-UD students can pay $250/week to attend this course. Register here.
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Other Recommended Courses
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Note: Leadership (LDRS) courses can be taken for Practicum credit.
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PrefixCodeSecCRNCourse TitleInstructorLocationDatesDaysStartEndEnrollment
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POL53014QS40427ST/Natural Law TheoriesAnderson, Ryan T.ONLINEMay 18 - June 5MTWRF9:00 AM1:30 PM4/30This course is during Mayterm; please note the dates!
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LDRS63605QA40315Spiritual LeadershipWhittington, J. LeeONLINEJune 1 - Aug 11ASYNCHRONOUS11/30
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EDU53775QA40413Human Growth & DevelopmentBoazman, Janette K,ONLINEJune 7 - Aug 13ASYNCHRONOUS12/20Alternative Certification requirement
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EDU63655QS40423Non-Public School LawSkinner, Joshua A.ONLINEJune 7 - Aug 13T5:00 PM7:00 PM8/20
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PHIL73775QS40340Religious LanguagePhilipp RosemannONLINEJune 7 - July 9MTRF6:30 AM8:30 AM3/20
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POL53016QS40401ST/Race and the ConstitutionUpham, DavidONLINEJuly 12 - Aug 13MTWR10:00 AM12:00 PM7/20
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POL63775QS40398ST/CiceroDougherty, RichardONLINEJune 7–July 8MTWR2:00 PM4:00 PM20/30
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General Notes
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* 5000+ level language courses require previous language instruction & knowledge. Passing a 5000+ level classical language course with B or higher satisfies MA language requirement.
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Consult BannerWeb for the most up-to-date schedule.Register for courses in BannerWeb. You must complete the advising process before registration.
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Click on the name of a course to access a course description or syllabus for the course.Click here to access all syllabuses (note: must be logged in with UD email).
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Other notes: This document will be updated as information changes. Course titles in the online system are given in short form. All times are the local time in the listed location. ONLINE times are Central. “MTWRF” indicates days of the week. “ST” indicates "Special Topics" courses for which regular course numbers do not exist.
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