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Course Number Course Title Session
AFST 435 941 Understanding Africa Summer Session I: May 23-June 29, 2016
BIOL 404 900 Immunobiology 11-Week Session: May 23-August 5, 2016
ENVS 655 990 Professional Communication Strategies in Environmental Science and Policy 11-Week Session: May 23-August 5, 2016
GSWS 423 900 Gender in Western Travel Literature: Gendered Constructions of Other Cultures in Western Travel Literature 11-Week Session: May 23-August 5, 2016
HIST 455 900 Risk, Disaster, and the Business of Prediction 11-Week Session: May 23-August 5, 2016
MATH 420 910 Ordinary Differ Equation Summer Session I: May 23-June 29, 2016
PSYC 462 920 Abnormal Psychology: Myths About Mental Illness and the Media Summer Session II: June 30-August 5, 2016
URBS 412 910 Building Non-profits Summer Session I: May 23-June 29, 2016

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