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    School: Loyola Chicago

    GENERAL CHEMISTRY-A (CHEM-101), SPR 2007, COURSE OUTLINE LECT & DISC (Sat) 8:30 am - 12:30 pm Lecture: Flanner Hall FH-133 (Auditorium); Textbook: Chemistry, The Central Science, 9th Ed, Brown, LeMay & Bursten (BLB); Prentice Hall. Student Solutions

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    School: Loyola Chicago

    COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Theology Loyola University Chicagos Department of Theology provides students with resources for an analysis of religion; for investigation of the historical development and contemporary practice of particular religio

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    School: Loyola Chicago

    CIEP 423: Advanced Literacy in the Content Areas Fall Semester 2008 Instructor: Dorothy Giroux, Ph.D. Contact Information: Lake Shore Office (Room 118 Damen Hall) 773 508-8338 dgiroux@luc.edu Office Hours: Tuesday/Thursday 2:00 4:00 Other times can

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    School: Loyola Chicago

    LoyolaUniversityChicago SchoolofEducation Leadership,Foundations,andCounselingPsychology ProfessionalisminServiceofSocialJustice: Service,Skills,Knowledge,Ethics ELPS473001 ProblemsinSchoolSupervision Fall,2008 JudithA.Docekal,Ed.D. Classmeets:

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    School: Loyola Chicago

    College and Schools Requirements Guide for transferring credit from Elgin Community College The following suggested Elgin Community College courses satisfy requirements for Loyola University Chicagos College of Arts and Sciences and Schools of Busine

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    School: Loyola Chicago

    Typical and Atypical Behavior CIEP 330 Fall 08 Emily Chambers Clinical Assistant Professor Office: WTC Lewis Tower #1062 Office Hours: By appointment Instructor: Phone: E-mail: Course Meeting: (312) 915-6856 echambers1@luc.edu Thursday, 4:15-6:45 Da

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    School: Loyola Chicago

    Guide for Transferring Credit from Harper College to Loyolas Core Curriculum The Core Curriculum applies to all colleges and schools at Loyola. The following courses are recommended to satisfy the Core requirements needed for graduation. A maximum o

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    School: Loyola Chicago

    COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Theatre The Department of Fine and Performing Arts (DFPA) is comprised of four distinct areas of study: dance, music, theatre, and visual arts. More than 400 student majors and minors benefit from dynamic artistic an

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    School: Loyola Chicago

    1 CIEP 425: Classroom Assessment Loyola University School of Education January May 2008 Professor: Ruanda Garth McCullough, Ph.D Office: Lewis Tower, Room 1132 Office hours: By appointment Class Time: Tuesday 7:00 9:30 pm Location: Lewis Towers 50

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    School: Loyola Chicago

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    School: Loyola Chicago

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    School: Loyola Chicago

    FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION FEDERAL STUDENT AID July 1, 2008 June 30, 2009 Use this form to apply free for federal and state student grants, work-study and loans. Or apply free online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. S

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