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SCI 200: Integrated Science II

In this course, students examine the interactions that characterize living and non-living systems, explaining and predicting phenomena via the development of scientific models. They learn to think like scientists, inquiring into causes and effects by directly observing, questioning, and analyzing the world around them. This course covers the spectrum of scientific fields, from biology to […]

ENG 371/372: Creative Writing: Nonfiction

Self-examination, reflection, and observation are essential to the craft of writing. The sharing of the self allows stories to impact others. The work that students produce in this course is based on personal experience. This course immerses students in the written and spoken word, develops their writing skills, and produces a variety of work that […]

ENG 361/362: Creative Writing: Fiction

Self-examination, reflection, and observation are essential to the craft of writing. The sharing of the self allows stories to impact others. The work that students produce in this course is grounded in imagination, as students learn to craft fiction. Utilizing workshop and writing group techniques, students work to develop their writing skills, and produce a […]

INT 301/302: The Art of Argument

Engaging in civil dialogue and conversation makes us effective mechanisms of change in society. The ability to deliver a convincing message benefits students throughout their public, personal, and professional lives. This course explores persuasive writing and speaking and helps students learn to craft messages of influence. Students create and assess arguments, detect discrepancies and faults […]

SEM 221/222: Media & News Consumption

This course tackles the information age in all of its complexity and confusion so that students can become strong synthesizers and analysts of the information that bombards them every day.

SEM 201/202: The French Connection in Connecticut

This highly experiential course focuses on the connections between U.S. History, French/French-Canadian culture, and the lives of the communities in and around Cheshire and the state of Connecticut.

SCI 210: Integrated Science II (H)

PLACEMENT IN THIS COURSE REQUIRES APPROVAL BY THE DEPARTMENT CHAIR/IB COORDINATOR. In this course, students examine the interactions that characterize living and non-living systems, explaining and predicting phenomena via the development of scientific models. They learn to think like scientists, inquiring into causes and effects by directly observing, questioning, and analyzing the world around them. […]

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