WINTER 2017

ASTRO 120/102- Astronomy of Stars and Galaxies (pdf flyer)
Instructor: J. Krestow
Email: krestow@glendale.edu

On Campus: January 9 to January 31
At field station: February 1 to February 10
Price: $599* Cost does not include registration or unit fees
Units: Astro 120 - 3 Units
Astro 102 - 1 Unit
Description: Astro 102: Maps the sky by means of bright stars and constellations.
Astro 120: Is a survey of the methods astronomers use and findings they have made in their studies of the stars and galaxies.

Anthropology 102 - Cultural Anthropology (pdf flyer)
Instructor: Victoria Buresch
Email: vburesch@glendale.edu

On Campus: January 9 to January 31
At field station: February 1 to February 10
Price: $599* Cost does not include registration or unit fees
Units: Anthropology 102 - 3 units
Description: Is an introduction to human culture. The courses includes an examinations of different theories of cultures, the methods of fieldwork and the comparison of cultures from
around the world including our own.

Summer 2017

Biology 125/126 - Marine Biology Lecture & Lab
Instructor: Dr. Javier Gago
Email: fgago@glendale.edu

On Campus: June 19 to July 1
At field station: July 3 to July 17
Price: $799* Cost does not include registration or unit fees
Units: Biol 125 - 3.0 Units
Biol 126 - 1.0 Unit
Description: The general survey of the ecosystems and diversity life in the marine environment. The course includes  an introduction to the sciences of geological, chemical, and physical environment where marine organisms exist.

Biology 131: Regional Natural History / English 103: Creative Writing Workshop
Instructor: Greg Meyer / Julie Gamberg
Email: gmeyer@csumb.edu / jgamberg@glendale.edu

On Campus: June 15 
At field station: July 16 to July 30
Price: $799* Cost does not include registration or unit fees
Units: Biol 131 - 3.0 Units
Engl 103 - 3.0 Units
Description: Biol 131: Offers individual and group investigation of the biological environment and the impact of human activities upon it. Students examine the inter-relationship
upon it.
Engl 103: Consist of an introduction to the theory and practice of creative verbal expression in the major imaginative literary forms: (1) non-fiction and fiction prose, (2) poetry, and (3) drama.
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