Classics 2D03: Greek and Roman Mythology

A study of the myths of Greek and Roman gods and heroes, their explanation according to theories on the nature of myths, and their use by Greek and Roman authors, particularly Homer and Virgil. [3 units]

Classics 2E03: The Ancient World in Film

The emphasis is on myth (Amazons, Hercules) and history (slave revolts, banquets, decadent emperors), studied via Greek and Latin accounts (in translation) and cinematic versions (e.g. Electra, Medea, Mighty Aphrodite, Apocalypse Now, Spartacus, I Claudius). [3 units]

Classics 2MT3: Ancient Roots of Medical Terminology

This course presents Greek and Latin roots out of which is built the vocabulary of contemporary medicine and reveals the predictable patterns by which these roots combine. Students will learn to define new compounds and phrases by analysis of their parts. [3 units]

HTHSCI 1DT3: Discover Immunology Today

This course is intended to inspire curiosity in questions generated by concepts in immunology that drive current research directions. Students will explore a spectrum of topics in immunology with research faculty. [3 units]

HTHSCI 3I03: Introductory Immunology

An introduction to humoral and cellular immunity. The molecular and cellular basis of immunity, and an introduction to immunological techniques. [3 units]

HTHSCI 3K03: Principles of Virology

An introduction to the basics of virology. Topics include the structure and composition of viruses, virus replication strategies, virus-host interactions and uses of viruses for medical research. [3 units]

PHILOS 2D03: Bioethics

An introduction to moral philosophy, through a consideration of issues in health care ethics. Topics such as abortion, human experimentation, euthanasia, and genetic screening will be investigated. [3 units]

Russian 1Z03: Beginner’s Russian I

This course is designed for students with no prior knowledge of Russian. Students will learn the Cyrillic alphabet, some basic rules of pronunciation, and the essentials of Russian grammar. This course will primarily focus on developing simple conversational skills, as well as talking about grammar and vocabulary. [3 units]

Sustain 1S03: Introduction to Sustainability

An introduction to sustainability from an interdisciplinary perspective which examines the historical and societal lenses through which sustainability is viewed. Students will learn terminology, theories and concepts to effectively communicate across disciplines and on various topics of sustainability. [3 units]