Courses

Below is a list of courses open to admitted students.  At the bottom of the list you will also find pre-recorded courses that you can watch at any time.

Please refer to WesMaps for course descriptions and more info.  Note that courses require pre-registration.

Philo 112 - Virtue and Vice with Prof. Roth
M/W @ 11:10 a.m. EST
Register:
Monday April 19
WednesdayApril 21 
Monday April 26
Wednesday April 28

Bio 106 - Bio of Sex with Prof. Powzyk
W/F @ 11:10 a.m. EST
Register:
Friday April 16
Wednesday April 21
Friday April 23 
Wednesday April 28
Friday April 30

Bio 145 - Primate Behavior (FYS) with Prof. Powzyk
T/Th @ 11:10 a.m. EST
Register:
Tuesday April 20
Thursday April 22
Tuesday April 27 
Thursday April 29

Psyc 248 - Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood
Th @ 2:50 p.m. EST
Register:
Tuesday April 20 
Thursday April 22 
Tuesday April 27 
Thursday April 29

Coursera Classes - Watch Anytime!

Writing Stories About Ourselves
Professor Said Sayrafiezadeh

Understanding Memory: Explaining the Psychology of Memory Through Movies 
Professor John Seamon

Designing and Building Institutional Anti-Racist Spaces
Professor Jonathan Andrew Perez

The Ancient Greeks
Professor Andrew Szegedy-Maszak

Social Psychology
Professor Scott Plous

Creative Writing Specialization 
Professor Brando Skyhourse

Data Analysis and Interpretation Specialization
Professor Lisa Dierker 

Memoir and Personal Essay: Writing About Yourself Specialization
Professor Greg Pardio 

Machine Learning for Data Analysis
Professor Jen Rose 

Creative Writing: the Craft of Character
Professor Amy Bloom 

Regression Modeling in Practice
Professor Jen Rose 

How to Change the World
Professor Michael Roth 

Writing in First Person Point of View
Professor Ariel Levy 

Schizophrenia
Professor Matt Kurtz 

Capstone: Your Story
Professor Salvatore Scibona 

Data Analysis Tools
Professor Jen Rose 

Creative Writing: the Craft of Setting and Description
Professor Amity Gaige 

Career Decisions: from Insight to Impact
Professor Sharon Belden Castonguay 

The Modern and the Postmodern
Professor Michael Roth 

Creative Writing: the Craft of the Plot
Professor Brando Skyhourse 

Python Programming: a Concise Introduction
Professor Bill Boyd 

Writing a Personal Essay
Professor Amy Bloom 

Introduction to Complex Analysis
Professor Petra Bonfert-Taylor 

Data Management and Visualization
Professor Lisa Dierker 

Take Action: From Protest to Policy
Professor Sarah Ryan 

Data Analysis and Interpretation Capstone
Professor Jen Rose 

Property and Liability: an Introduction to Law and Economics
Professor Richard Adelstein 

Creative Writing: the Craft of Style
Professor Salvatore Scibona