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Registration is in progress for spring semester courses in the Division of Continuing Studies at Moravian College. Classes begin January 11.
Special topics include "Topics in Religion and Literature: John Updike’s Rabbit Angstrom Tetralogy," which will explore the personal and institutional perspective on religion in the context of the culture of late 20th century American life. Four of Updike’s novels will be studied.
"Genetic Engineering" will introduce the development of techniques for cloning genes, modifying them, and returning them to living cells. Lectures will include such cutting edge topics as bio-informatics and functional proteomics; labs will cover PCR, cloning, transformation, ELISA, DNA sequencing, and transfection.
Generous arrays of courses in art, business (accounting, management, economics), teacher certification (elementary and secondary), psychology and sociology accompany the traditional offerings in English, history, mathematics, music, philosophy, political science, and foreign languages.
For further information and registration materials, contact the Division of Continuing Studies at 610 861 1400.