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Students master animation techniques used in the computer gaming industry.
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The war in Iraq is a compelling case study for this class on American foreign policy.
A science class for non-science majors teaches students to teach chemistry to kids.
An advanced business course examines the skills and subtleties of leadership.
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When you study field biology with Frank Mittermeyer, be prepared to get your feet wet.