Advanced Small Seminar Requirement Options for 2017-2018

[Updated October 30, 2017 - added PHIL 169 to Spring Quarter options]

Please note that courses on the list below may be subject to prerequisites and/or aimed at graduate students, and that enrollment limitations may favor students in the department in which a course is offered. Students are encouraged to contact the instructor to see whether their background is adequate. Some courses may be unavailable to some or all SSP students, depending on demand. The courses below must be taken for a letter grade and for 2 units or more in order to count for the advanced small seminar requirement. Courses taken to fulfill another major requirement must be taken for 3 units or more.

An ASSR course must be an upper division, limited-enrollment seminar drawing on material from other courses in the undergraduate core  Courses listed under Symbolic Systems Program offerings with numbers between Symsys 200 through 209 are acceptable, as are other courses which are announced in September of each academic year prior to the first day of classes. Total enrollment must not exceed 20 students for a course to be approved as fulfilling the Advanced Small Seminar Requirement. A course taken for 3 units or more to fulfill this requirement can also be counted toward another requirement, as part of either the core or a student’s concentration, but not both.

Additional courses may be added as they are approved.

AUTUMN QUARTER 2017-2018

WINTER QUARTER 2017-2018
SPRING QUARTER 2017-2018

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