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Aug 16, 2017 by Alex Feldman (alexmf)
STAT 2000 : Sophomore Colloquium
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Sophomore colloquia are small, seminar-type classes that deeply engage CCAS second-year students in a discipline, focus on a narrow issue of high interest and impact, and require independent research projects. May be repeated provided topic differs. Consult the Schedule of Classes for more details.
These are tied to accreditation requirements, and as such they are an absolute must, except in the case of topics courses as they will vary by offering.
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