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College and University Curriculum

Developing and Cultivating Programs of Study that Enhance Student Learning
  • 666 Pages
  • 3.58 MB
  • English
Pearson Custom Publishing
Teaching Methods & Materials - General, Education / Teaching Methods & Materials / General, Education, Education / Tea
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Open LibraryOL7787273M
ISBN 10053667146X
ISBN 139780536671462

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No classroom lectures. No majors, minors, electives, or specializations. The curriculum is comprised of sustained conversation in the form of tutorials, seminars, and laboratories guided by tutors who work alongside students to read, analyze, and evaluate Great Books. This is a Thomas Aquinas College education.

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