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Molecular Genetics

This course examines the biochemistry of the gene in greater detail and considers the underlying principles of recombinant DNA technology.

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This course focuses on Western concert dance disciplines: ballet, modern and jazz. Composition and improvisation skills will be developed.

This accelerated course provides advanced dancers with intensive training in concert dance disciplines (ballet, modern, contemporary, and jazz). Classes consist of warm-up, technique and complex...

This sequence provides a systematic review of French. Exercises are supplemented with extensive written work. Vocabulary and grammatical structures are developed through reading, discussion, and...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (GER310) and winter (GER320). This sequence provides a systematic grammar review, and continued work on speaking, reading and writing skills. Literary...

This is a performance course for qualified students who wish to devote one term to intensive study of their instrument or voice. With the guidance of their instructor, students work on technique...

This intensive performance course is for the most advanced instrumentalists and vocalists and culminates in a public recital. In twice-weekly classes students have the opportunity to perform for...

The purpose of the 300-level courses is to enable students to expand their view of algebra and geometry to include nonlinear motion and nonlinear functions. The investigation encompasses circular...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (JPN310), winter (JPN320) and spring (JPN400). In this sequence of courses, students consolidate the previously learned material and build new vocabulary...

Advanced Music Practice gives conscientious and dedicated musicians time within the context of Exeter's academic program to devote to practicing. Students are accepted by permission of the Music...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (PHY510), winter (PHY520) and spring (PHY530). This three-term sequence is taken as a second year of physics. In the first term, an emphasis is placed on...

Building on skills and concepts acquired in ART206, this advanced printmaking course provides the opportunity to pursue individual studio projects using a range of media, inks and printing...

This course offers the opportunity to further investigate 3-D studio projects in industrial and apparel design, 3-D printing, product prototypes, and sculptural models, and then integrates these...

This 2-D studio intensive provides the exciting opportunity to pursue more-individualized works on paper, canvas and other surface options with an emphasis on narrative portraiture and identity....

This sequence of courses is offered fall (JPN502), winter (JPN503) and spring (JPN504). The main focus of these courses is to increase skills in reading, analysis and discussion, and prepare...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (RUS502), winter (RUS503) and spring (RUS504). This sequence of courses focuses primarily on classical Russian literature. Students read works by Alexander...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (RUS310), winter (RUS320) and spring (RUS400). In this sequence of courses students consolidate their knowledge of grammar and continue to acquire new...

This sequence completes a review of the more complex aspects of Spanish grammar and is based on the reading of fiction. Active vocabulary and proficiency in listening, speaking and writing are...

These courses develop facility in working with numbers, tables, equations, inequalities and graphs. The focus is on solving word problems and reading carefully, and thus the building of algebra...

This course introduces students to algorithms and algorithmic thinking through the lens of solving small problems in order to create large software applications. This course devotes time to...

Seniors participating in the spring term Washington Intern Program may elect to enroll in this English seminar which focuses on political literature and American culture.

This course introduces students to the unique process by which American governments develop policies to address the nation's most significant problems. In addition to studying specific policy...

The purpose of the American Red Cross Lifeguarding course is to provide entry-level participants with the knowledge and skills to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies and to...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (BIO210), winter (BIO220) and spring (BIO230). Biology 210 introduces cell structure and function leading to a study of human anatomy and physiology. Basic...

This sequence of courses is offered fall (PHY210), winter (PHY220) and spring (PHY230). This course investigates the topics of Newtonian mechanics: motion, force, energy and momentum conservation...

This course examines pressing and problematic debates concerning ancient Mediterranean history. We will examine the so-called Hellenistic period, bookended by the conquests of Alexander of Macedon...

This course is an introduction to the study of animal behavior. It explores the development, cause, evolutionary origin and function of a host of behaviors, such as sexual behavior, communication...

How did diffraction of light help decipher the DNA structure? How can ultrasonic resonance treat kidney stones without an invasive operation? How can MRI see into living tissue? How do electron...