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     ['astro', 410, 'Cosmology and Religion', 3, 'Exploration of the conflict between cosmology and religion, generic principles, theories of conciliation.'],
     ['astro', 411, 'Cosmology and Religion Seminar', 2, 'Discussion of the topics covered with lection course, student presentations.'],
     ['astro', 418, 'Introduction to Planetology', 4, 'Geology and geophysics of planets and satellites.'],
-    ['astro', 432, 'Computational Methods for Astrophysics', 3, 'Computational techniques and algorithms for astrophysic purpose and their appliance using scientific software tools.'],
+    ['astro', 432, 'Computational Methods for Astrophysics', 3, 'Computational techniques and algorithms for astrophysical purpose and their appliance using scientific software tools.'],
     ['astro', 433, 'Computational Methods for Astrophysics Lab', 2, 'Practice using specific software for astrophysical computations.'],
 
     ['chem', 100, 'Principles of Chemistry', 3, 'This course offers an introduction to the biological, inorganic, and chemical molecules, with an emphasis on basic principles of atomic and molecular electronic structure.'],
     ['chem', 111, 'General Chemistry I Lab', 2, 'Experimental chemistry to illustrate lecture course Chemistry 110.'],
     ['chem', 120, 'General Chemistry II', 5, 'Introduction to chemistry for scientific majors. Continuation of General Chemistry I.'],
     ['chem', 121, 'General Chemistry II Lab', 2, 'Experimental chemistry to illustrate lecture course Chemistry 120.'],
-    ['chem', 200, 'Organic Chemistry I', 3, 'Practical introduction to organic chemistry, including a full set of problem sets with solutions. Focus is on the basic principles of understanding the structure and reactivity of organic molecules.'],
+    ['chem', 200, 'Organic Chemistry I', 3, 'Practical introduction to organic chemistry, including problem sets with solutions. Focus is on the basic principles of understanding the structure and reactivity of organic molecules.'],
     ['chem', 201, 'Organic Chemistry I Lab', 2, 'Experimental chemistry to illustrate lecture course Chemistry 200.'],
     ['chem', 210, 'Organic Chemistry II', 3, 'Introduction to organic chemistry. Continuation of General Chemistry II.'],
     ['chem', 211, 'Organic Chemistry II Lab', 2, 'Experimental chemistry to illustrate lecture course Chemistry 210.'],
     ['phys', 125, 'General Physics II Lab', 2, 'Laboratory work for lecture course Physics 124.'],
     ['phys', 128, 'General Physics III: Electricity', 3, 'Electric and magnetic fields, charges, currents, electromagnetic waves.'],
     ['phys', 129, 'General Physics III Lab', 2, 'Laboratory work for lecture course Physics 128.'],
-    ['phys', 130, 'General Physics IV: Optics', 3, 'Principles of classical optics including interference, difraction, polarisation, coherence; basics of quantum physics.'],
+    ['phys', 130, 'General Physics IV: Optics', 3, 'Principles of classical optics including interference, diffraction, polarization, coherence; basics of quantum physics.'],
     ['phys', 131, 'General Physics IV Lab', 2, 'Laboratory work for lecture course Physics 130.'],
     ['phys', 201, 'Relativity Physics', 5, 'Special relativity theory and its influence on mechanics, thermodynamics, electricity, magnetism.'],
     ['phys', 203, 'Relativity & Cosmology', 3, 'The course will describe developments that led to special relativity and its implications about the nature of space and time, as well as general relativity and quantum mechanics.'],
     ['phys', 366, 'Computational Physics', 4, 'Theory and practice in simulation of complex physical systems.'],
     ['phys', 407, 'Quantum Mechanics I', 4, 'Introduction to quantum mechanics: postulates, Heisenberg uncertainty principle, Schrodinger equation, harmonic oscillator, tunneling.'],
     ['phys', 435, 'Quantum Mechanics II', 4, 'Application of the quantum theory to atomic and particle physics.'],
-    ['phys', 512, 'Quantum Field Theory', 3, 'This course will cover the basic quantization of bosonic and fermionic fields, discrete spacetime symmetries, perturbative methods in QFT, definition of the S-matrix for scattering and decay processes.'],
+    ['phys', 512, 'Quantum Field Theory', 3, 'This course will cover the basic quantization of bosonic and fermionic fields, discrete space-time symmetries, perturbative methods in QFT, definition of the S-matrix for scattering and decay processes.'],
     ['phys', 713, 'Quarks, Nuclei, and Cosmology', 3, 'General topics covered will include the structure of the nucleon, beta decay and weak interactions, and nucleon-nucleon interaction.'],
     ['phys', 819, 'Superconductivity', 3, 'This course provides a phenomenological approach to superconductivity, emphasizing super-conducting electronics.'],
 
-    ['mth', 101, 'College Algebra I', 4, 'This course, taken mostly by members from the School of Business is a primary graduate student funding vehicle for the the Department of Mathematics.  This is a 1000 person lecture reviews basic concepts taught in high school.'],
+    ['mth', 101, 'College Algebra I', 4, 'This course, taken mostly by members from the School of Business is a primary graduate student funding vehicle for the Department of Mathematics.  This is a 1000 person lecture reviews basic concepts taught in high school.'],
     ['mth', 102, 'College Algebra II', 4, 'Continuation of the course Mathematics 101.'],
     ['mth', 120, 'Calculus I', 3, 'Introduction to differential and integral calculus (lecture and practice).'],
     ['mth', 121, 'Calculus II', 3, 'Advanced integration techniques. Continuation of course Mathematics 120.'],
     ['eng', 101, 'Introduction to Composition', 3, 'Provides students with the fundamental skills to read, interpret, and write critically at the college level.'],
     ['eng', 102, 'Introduction to Literary Genres', 3, 'Introduction to main genres of the world literature with overview of the most significant works.'],
     ['eng', 105, 'National Epic', 3, 'Study of style, meanings, cultural context and value of North Europe medieval epics.'],
-    ['eng', 106, 'Ancient Literature', 5, 'Most significant greek and roman authors and their works including Homer "Odyssey", Cicero speeches, Julius Ceasar "The Gallic Wars".'],
+    ['eng', 106, 'Ancient Literature', 5, 'Most significant Greek and Roman authors and their works including Homer "Odyssey", Cicero speeches, Julius Caesar "The Gallic Wars".'],
     ['eng', 155, 'English Literature I', 5, 'English literature of 16-17th centuries.'],
     ['eng', 156, 'English Literature II', 5, 'English literature of Neoclassic, Romantic and Victorian periods.'],
     ['eng', 175, 'College Newspaper', 2, 'Students will perform journalistic writing exercises for publication in the college newspaper.'],
     ['eng', 211, 'Writing Styles I', 3, 'This practical course aids in understanding and writing non-fiction. We will look at some of the ways that prominent English writers have constructed their sentences and paragraphs. Students will write weekly exercises exploring these stylistic patterns.'],
     ['eng', 212, 'Writing Styles II', 3, 'Second part of course English 211. Topics of writing are (by student choice): science, art, politics, law, medicine, environment.'],
     ['eng', 222, 'Modern English Grammar', 5, 'Morphology and syntax of modern English language, major English dialects.'],
-    ['eng', 247, 'Boccaccio''s Decameron', 3, 'Follows of the arc of of the career Boccaccio with an emphasis on the Decameron, which is read in light of its cultural density and contextualized in terms of its antecedents, especially the Commedia of Dante.'],
-    ['eng', 250, 'Shakespeare Tragedies', 3, 'Overview of the William Shakespeare''s tragedies with emphasis on style traits, language peculiarity, problematics and evolution from early works to the latest.'],
+    ['eng', 247, 'Boccaccio''s Decameron', 3, 'Follows of the arc of the career Boccaccio with an emphasis on the Decameron, which is read in light of its cultural density and contextualized in terms of its antecedents, especially the Commedia of Dante.'],
+    ['eng', 250, 'Shakespeare Tragedies', 3, 'Overview of the William Shakespeare''s tragedies with emphasis on style traits, language peculiarity, problematic and evolution from early works to the latest.'],
     ['eng', 276, 'Introduction to Science Writing', 4, 'This course provides an introduction to science writing. Students will learn about the business of science writing and will become familiar with the craft of making complex scientific research understandable for the general public.'],
     ['eng', 306, 'English and American Modern Literature', 5, 'English and American literature of the 20th century and to the present day.'],
-    ['eng', 321, 'Rhetorics', 3, 'Theory and practice in being a speaker, rhetorical strategies, argumentation.'],
+    ['eng', 321, 'Rhetoric', 3, 'Theory and practice in being a speaker, rhetorical strategies, argumentation.'],
     ['eng', 324, 'Journalism', 3, 'Principles of journalistic writing, as well as news gathering; student practice.'],
     ['eng', 326, 'Playwriting', 3, 'Principles and requirements of playwriting; students write one act plays, in-class presentation and discussion.'],
     ['eng', 330, 'Fiction Writing', 3, 'Introduction to the craft of fiction writing; student practice.'],
     ['eng', 428, 'Poetry', 3, 'Principles of prosody, variety of forms and traditions in the world poetry, student practice.'],
 
     ['lang', 105, 'Introduction to Linguistics', 6, 'Broad introduction to linguistics: sound systems of natural languages, common concepts of phonology, morphology, syntax and semantic.'],
-    ['lang', 108, 'Language Basics', 3, 'Covers phycological and sociological aspects of the language, its influence on cognitive process.'],
+    ['lang', 108, 'Language Basics', 3, 'Covers psychological and sociological aspects of the language, its influence on cognitive process.'],
     ['lang', 121, 'Introduction to Spanish', 3, 'Introduction to the Spanish language, with an emphasis on every day conversation and basic grammar.'],
     ['lang', 122, 'Introduction to French', 3, 'Introduction to the French language, with an emphasis on every day conversation and basic grammar.'],
     ['lang', 123, 'Introduction to German', 3, 'Introduction to the German language, with an emphasis on every day conversation and basic grammar.'],
-    ['lang', 140, 'Roman Languages', 4, 'This course examines languages of the Roman group, their structure and differencies between roman laguages and English.'],
+    ['lang', 140, 'Roman Languages', 4, 'This course examines languages of the Roman group, their structure and difference between Roman languages and English.'],
     ['lang', 202, 'Phonetics', 3, 'Mechanisms of speech sound production, sound systems of different languages, perception and production of various sounds, transcription symbol system.'],
-    ['lang', 204, 'Morphology & Syntax', 3, 'Morpholody and syntax principles, language structure with examples from various modern languages.'],
+    ['lang', 204, 'Morphology & Syntax', 3, 'Morphology and syntax principles, language structure with examples from various modern languages.'],
     ['lang', 221, 'Intermediate Spanish I', 4, 'Continuation of fundamental Spanish language learning, including verb tenses, reading skills, and basic conversation.'],
     ['lang', 222, 'Intermediate French I', 4, 'Continuation of fundamental French language learning, including verb tenses, reading skills, and basic conversation.'],
     ['lang', 223, 'Intermediate German I', 4, 'Continuation of fundamental German language learning, including verb tenses, reading skills, and basic conversation.'],
     ['hist', 212, 'Historical Perspective on the Constitution', 3, 'This course covers the development of the constitutional doctrine from 1787 to the present. The Constitution as an experiment in Republicanism.'],
     ['hist', 220, 'East Asian Empires', 4, 'History of the East Asian region from seventh century to the World War II.'],
     ['hist', 238, 'Islam History', 3, 'Development of the Islam religion from 10th century to the present day, history of Muslims in the South Asia.'],
-    ['hist', 240, 'Hundred Year's War', 3, 'Historical context, flow, important figures and significance of the war. Student personal investigations and presentations on related topics.'],
+    ['hist', 240, 'Hundred Year's War', 3, 'Considers historical context, flow, significant persons and consequences of the war. Student personal investigations and presentations on related topics.'],
     ['hist', 256, 'Ancient Rome', 3, 'History of the Rome from foundation of the city through Republic and Empire to the fall.'],
     ['hist', 329, 'Age of Discovery', 3, 'History of period from early 15th to early 17th centuries - period of intensive exploration and mapping of the planet. Expeditions, persons and global impact of the period.'],
     ['hist', 333, 'History of American Education', 3, 'A study of informal and formal education in American history leading to an understanding of present educational theory and practice.'],
-    ['hist', 358, 'Religion in America', 3, 'Covers traditional native american beliefs and modern religions coexisting in US.'],
+    ['hist', 358, 'Religion in America', 3, 'Covers traditional native American beliefs and modern religions coexisting in US.'],
     ['hist', 415, 'History of the Family in Global Perspective', 3, 'Has the family really declined? What has changed in the last 1000 years? Drawing on cross-cultural examples, primarily from Latin America, the U.S. and Europe, this seminar explores the varieties of domestic forms.'],
-    ['hist', 434, 'Historical Method', 3, 'Techniques and guidelines how historicans use primary sources and other research methods; student practice.'],
+    ['hist', 434, 'Historical Method', 3, 'Techniques and guidelines how historians use primary sources and other research methods; student practice.'],
     ['hist', 435, 'Research Project', 3, 'Student practice in History 434 making sample research project.'],
     ['hist', 505, 'Science and History', 3, 'Introduces students to approaches and methods in the history of science, technology, and medicine'],
     ['hist', 519, 'Introduction to Archeology', 3, 'Covers history and evolution of the archeology, investigation methods and overview of the subdisciplines; student practice.'],
     ['psych', 122, 'Measurements and Statistical Analysis Lab', 2, 'Practical course to complement Psychology 121.'],
     ['psych', 220, 'Introduction to Neuroscience', 3, 'Study of neural basis of mammals psychological functions. Required for more specific neuroscience courses.'],
     ['psych', 225, 'Behavioral Neuroscience', 3, 'Study of complex behavioral processes of mammals and human.'],
-    ['psych', 226, 'Behavioral Neuroscience Reseach Method', 3, 'Students study brain functions and behavior in laboratory.'],
+    ['psych', 226, 'Behavioral Neuroscience Research Method', 3, 'Students study brain functions and behavior in laboratory.'],
     ['psych', 231, 'Psychology of Learning', 3, 'Psychological processes that support learning process: memory, motivation, role of practice, award and emotion.'],
     ['psych', 304, 'Introduction to Cognitive Psychology', 4, 'An introduction to the basic concepts of cognitive psychology, including areas such as perception, attention, memory, language, and thought.'],
     ['psych', 305, 'Cognitive Psychology Lab', 2, 'Examines research methods of the cognitive psychology to complement course Psychology 304'],
     ['psych', 339, 'Social Psychology', 3, 'Psychological analysis of human social behavior, interpersonal processes and goup influences.'],
     ['psych', 340, 'Social Psychology Lab', 3, 'Examines research methods of social psychology, student group training.'],
-    ['psych', 345, 'Generic Psychopatology', 4, 'Study of mental illnesses, their symptoms and biological reasons.'],
+    ['psych', 345, 'Generic Psychopathology', 4, 'Study of mental illnesses, their symptoms and biological reasons.'],
     ['psych', 350, 'Clinical Psychology', 3, 'Study of preventing and relieving psychologically based distress or dysfunction.'],
     ['psych', 351, 'Clinical Psychology Lab', 4, 'Students will have field study in one of the clinics.'],
     ['psych', 450, 'Laboratory in Applied Behavioral Science', 4, 'This course will provide students with hands-on training in the application of behavioral research technology to a clinical population.'],
 
     ['poli', 113, 'American Government and Politics', 3, 'This course examines the structure, services, functions, and problems of government and politics at the national level.'],
     ['poli', 129, 'Civil Rights', 3, 'History of civil rights formation with focus on civil movements in US, detailed examination of civil rights and their religious, philosophical and political aspects.'],
-    ['poli', 134, 'American Legal Systems', 3, 'Introduction to US law enforcement system: organizations and personel, law and procedure.'],
+    ['poli', 134, 'American Legal Systems', 3, 'Introduction to US law enforcement system: organizations and personnel, law and procedure.'],
     ['poli', 150, 'Political Regimes', 3, 'Examines variety of political regimes in world history.'],
     ['poli', 176, 'Political Philosophy', 3, 'History of political thinking from ancient era to the present day. Considered philosophers are Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli, Hobbes, Montesquieu, Adam Smith and others.'],
     ['poli', 177, 'Problems of Political Philosophy', 3, 'Seminars on topics related to the lecture course Politics 176.'],
     ['poli', 223, 'World Political History I', 3, 'Analysis of political events, ideas, movements and leaders. First semester covers topics up to the Renaissance period.'],
     ['poli', 224, 'World Political History II', 3, 'Continuation of the course Politics 223.'],
     ['poli', 243, 'Introduction to World Politics', 3, 'Covers principles and systems of international relations, international behavior of nations, war, diplomacy, world economic.'],
-    ['poli', 251, 'Constitution', 3, 'World expirience in constitutional law, relationships between individual and government, basic constitutional principles.'],
-    ['poli', 320, 'International Organizations', 3, 'Role of international organizations in global problem solving, intergovernment and nongovernment organizations, United Nations.'],
+    ['poli', 251, 'Constitution', 3, 'World experience in constitutional law, relationships between individual and government, basic constitutional principles.'],
+    ['poli', 320, 'International Organizations', 3, 'Role of international organizations in global problem solving, inter-government and nongovernment organizations, United Nations.'],
     ['poli', 347, 'American Foreign Policy', 3, 'Theories, processes, and problem of American foreign policy and the craft of diplomacy, with special attention to contemporary issues.'],
-    ['poli', 354, 'European Political Economy', 5, 'Examines dependencies between political and economical conditions in the modern Europe, reasons and consequences of the Europe integration as well as development prospects.'],
-    ['poli', 380, 'American Environmental Policy', 3, 'Study of US environment policies, their development, comparision of national and foreign approaches to environmental politics and policymaking.'],
+    ['poli', 354, 'European Political Economy', 5, 'Examines dependencies between political and economic conditions in the modern Europe, reasons and consequences of the Europe integration as well as development prospects.'],
+    ['poli', 380, 'American Environmental Policy', 3, 'Study of US environment policies, their development, comparison of national and foreign approaches to environmental politics and policymaking.'],
     ['poli', 392, 'Problems of Environmental Politics', 3, 'Seminar that focuses on tensions between politics and business in the area of environmental policy.'],
     ['poli', 402, 'Government Internship: Semester in Washington', 4, 'Junior or seniors with a 3.0 grade point average or higher may apply for a limited number of internship opportunities in Washington, DC. Interns will live at University House on Capitol Hill and continue their normal class schedule at the DC Campus.'],
     ['poli', 431, 'American Government and Corporate Interests', 3, 'This course will examine the methods by which American business exert influence over legislators and the legislative process.'],
     ['poli', 644, 'Research Seminar in Middle Eastern Affairs', 3, 'Government and Politics of the Middle East and North Africa Spring. Historical background, contemporary setting, political processes, and major problems of some of the countries of Middle East and North Africa.'],
-    ['poli', 715, '#5 is the 50% Solution', 3, 'A history of the two-state solution and other approaches to Palestian Statehood'],
+    ['poli', 715, '#5 is the 50% Solution', 3, 'A history of the two-state solution and other approaches to Palestinian Statehood'],
 
     ['comp', 102, 'Introduction to Computer Science', 6, 'This course in an introduction to the discipline of computer science. Topics include algorithmic foundations, hardware concepts, virtual machine concepts, software systems, applications, and social issues.'],
     ['comp', 130, 'History of Computing', 3, 'This course will survey the history of the computing field from antiquity to the present, focusing on the era of the electronic digital computer. Topics will include historical developments in hardware, software, and the theoretical foundations of computer science.'],
     ['comp', 167, 'Data Structures II', 3, 'Advanced topics on data structures include building of large-scale structures, problems of storing large amounts of data and ways to solve this problems.'],
     ['comp', 206, 'Algorithms I', 3, 'Basics of algorithms theory, algorithmic efficiency, fundamental algorithms and approaches, searching and soring, data compression.'],
     ['comp', 207, 'Algorithms II', 3, 'Continuation of the course Computing 206: tree and graph algorithms.'],
-    ['comp', 215, 'Computer Organization', 3, 'Organization of the computer hardware: micro-processor architecture, instruction set, memory, addressing, caches, peripherials, IO concepts.'],
-    ['comp', 216, 'Computer Organization Lab', 2, 'Programming on the laboratory stand, which consists of micro-controller with embedded memory and simple peripherials: keyboard, speaker, LCD, nonvolatile memory.'],
+    ['comp', 215, 'Computer Organization', 3, 'Organization of the computer hardware: micro-processor architecture, instruction set, memory, addressing, caches, peripherals, IO concepts.'],
+    ['comp', 216, 'Computer Organization Lab', 2, 'Programming on the laboratory stand, which consists of micro-controller with embedded memory and simple peripherals: keyboard, speaker, LCD, nonvolatile memory.'],
     ['comp', 228, 'Operating Systems', 3, 'Concepts and main subsystems of modern operating systems: process management and concurrency, CPU scheduling, memory management, IO device management, file systems, security considerations. Overview of desktop, mainframe and real-time operation systems.'],
     ['comp', 304, 'Database Theory', 4, 'ER-models, normal forms, normalization and denormalization, database design principles, introduction to modern Relational Database Management Systems, overview of non-relational systems.'],
     ['comp', 305, 'Database Theory Lab', 3, 'Provides practice in database design and database management system administration.'],
     ['ee', 220, 'Semiconductor Devices', 3, 'Theory of semiconductor devices, principles of design and fabrication, p-n junctions, bipolar transistors, their structure, operation modes and application, MOS capacitors and MOSFETs.'],
     ['ee', 221, 'Semiconductor Devices Lab', 2, 'Provides practical examination of semiconductor devices properties.'],
     ['ee', 228, 'Circuits and Electronics', 3, 'Fundamentals of lumped circuit abstraction: resistive elements and networks, energy storage elements, switches, amplifiers, analog and digital circuit principles.'],
-    ['ee', 251, 'Mathematical Methods in Engeneering', 3, 'Topics in mathematics useful in engeneering: differential equations, Fourier series, Laplace transforms, boundary value problems.'],
-    ['ee', 315, 'Signals and Systems', 3, 'Concepts of continious and digital signal analysis, modeling continuous and discrete linear dynamical systems.'],
+    ['ee', 251, 'Mathematical Methods in Engineering', 3, 'Topics in mathematics useful in engeineering: differential equations, Fourier series, Laplace transforms, boundary value problems.'],
+    ['ee', 315, 'Signals and Systems', 3, 'Concepts of continuous and digital signal analysis, modeling continuous and discrete linear dynamical systems.'],
     ['ee', 319, 'Electric Power Systems', 3, 'Introductory course to the field of electric power and electrical to/from mechanical power conversion.'],
     ['ee', 329, 'Optical Communication', 3, 'Study of optical communication systems with emphasis on physics of the optical processes and system functional units.'],
     ['ee', 412, 'Laboratory in Electrical Engineering', 4, 'Hands-on experience covering areas of optical transforms, electro-optics devices, signal processing, fiber optics transmission, and holography.'],
     ['me', 221, 'Hydrodynamics', 3, 'Fundamental principles of hydrodynamics and their application to solving engineering problems, geophysical fluid dynamics, various parameters of the ocean and their balance.'],
     ['me', 222, 'Hydrodynamics Lab', 2, 'Experience in applying principles of fluid mechanics, occasional visits to ocean engineering laboratories.'],
     ['me', 231, 'Aerodynamics', 3, 'Review of fluid dynamics, inviscid flows, finite wing theory, boundary layers, turbulence, compressible aerodynamics.'],
-    ['me', 232, 'Aerodynamics Lab', 2, 'Practical fastening of aerodynamical principles using a wind tunnel.'],
+    ['me', 232, 'Aerodynamics Lab', 2, 'Practical fastening of aerodynamic principles using a wind tunnel.'],
     ['me', 315, 'Control Systems', 4, 'Fundamentals of feedback control, linear and non-linear systems, system stability, continuous and discrete control systems.'],
     ['me', 331, 'Mechanical Design', 3, 'Provides knowledge in modelling, design, integration and manufacture of machine mechanisms.'],
     ['me', 332, 'Mechanical Design Lab', 3, 'Laboratory project to model, design and fabricate a mechanical system that has a real engineering purpose.'],
     ['be', 112, 'Introduction to Biomedical Engineering', 3, 'This course covers topics in multiple formats ranging from lectures by faculty or guest speakers to presentations by participating students.'],
     ['be', 136, 'Introductory Microbiology', 3, 'Study of basic processes on cell and molecular level with emphasis on interaction between human cells and microbes.'],
     ['be', 162, 'Introductory Toxicology', 3, 'Chemicals and their influence on human health: internal distribution, metabolism, biological effect, detection and treatments.'],
-    ['be', 173, 'Bioengineering Seminar', 2, 'Student presentations on various bioengineering topics by choise based on scientific articles.'],
-    ['be', 228, 'Physiology and Biomechanics I', 3, 'Human physiology with emphasis on biomechanical properties of tissues and their role in physiological regulation, modelling of physiological processes, aftificial organs design.'],
+    ['be', 173, 'Bioengineering Seminar', 2, 'Student presentations on various bioengineering topics by choice based on scientific articles.'],
+    ['be', 228, 'Physiology and Biomechanics I', 3, 'Human physiology with emphasis on biomechanical properties of tissues and their role in physiological regulation, modelling of physiological processes, artificial organs design.'],
     ['be', 229, 'Physiology and Biomechanics II', 3, 'This is second semester of year-long course, continuation of Bioengineering 228.'],
     ['be', 230, 'Biological Engineering Thermodynamics', 3, 'Fundamental laws of thermodynamics, energy, entropy, application of thermodynamics principles to biological systems.'],
     ['be', 241, 'Transport', 4, 'Hydrologic cycle, water and solute movement, fundamental principles of hydrodynamics, heat and mass transfer, diffusion, pumps, blood as a transport medium.'],
     ['be', 272, 'Computational Methods in Bioengineering', 3, 'Mathematical methods in formulating and solving of bioengineering problems, environmental and biological system modelling, numerical analysis and simulation.'],
     ['be', 310, 'Bioengineering Laboratory', 3, 'Students get familiar with experimental biochemical and molecular techniques and laboratory tools.'],
     ['be', 345, 'Environmental Toxicology', 3, 'Study of how chemicals move within the environment, US law regulating chemical composition of air, soil and water, permissible standards of chemicals, pollutions, their sources, effects and control methods.'],
-    ['be', 356, 'Cell Membrane and Transport', 3, 'Cell membrane structure, diffusion, passive and active transport, carrier-assisted transport, functions of cytoskeleton and its role in intracellural transport.'],
+    ['be', 356, 'Cell Membrane and Transport', 3, 'Cell membrane structure, diffusion, passive and active transport, carrier-assisted transport, functions of cytoskeleton and its role in intracellular transport.'],
     ['be', 387, 'Biomedical Imaging', 3, 'Various methods of getting biomedical images including ultrasonic scanning, X-ray tomography, magnetic resonance and others, basic concepts of image processing, enhancement and analysis techniques.'],
     ['be', 415, 'Internship in Biomedical Engineering', 8, 'The student will work twenty hours per week in an area firm to gain experience in the application of biomedical engineering principles in an industrial setting.'],
-    ['be', 437, 'Biotechnology Seminar', 2, 'Discussion of modern biotechnology science archivements in the perspective of improving quality of life.'],
+    ['be', 437, 'Biotechnology Seminar', 2, 'Discussion of modern biotechnology science achievements in the perspective of improving quality of life.'],
     ['be', 509, 'Systems of Drug Delivery', 3, 'The mathematics of diffusion through various types of biological media is discussed.'],
 
     ['arthis', 102, 'History of Art Criticism I', 4, 'An introductory survey course of world art from Prehistoric through late-Medieval art history.'],
     ['arthis', 103, 'History of Art Criticism II', 3, 'An introductory survey course of world art from 15th century through the present.'],
     ['arthis', 204, 'North American Native Art', 3, 'Visual art of North American natives from prehistoric times to the present day.'],
     ['arthis', 209, 'Antique Art: Greece and Rome', 6, 'Visual art of antique period with emphasis on Greek and Roman art.'],
-    ['arthis', 210, 'Antique Art: The Middle East', 4, 'Visual art of antient world civilizations: Egypt, Mesopotamia, Persia.'],
+    ['arthis', 210, 'Antique Art: The Middle East', 4, 'Visual art of ancient world civilizations: Egypt, Mesopotamia, Persia.'],
     ['arthis', 224, 'Arts of Asia', 3, 'An introduction to the history and criticism of Far Eastern art, including the art of China and Japan, fine and decorative arts.'],
-    ['arthis', 231, 'Medieval Christian Art', 3, 'Visual art of medivial Europe, role of monasteries, expansion of patronage in the late medivial age.'],
+    ['arthis', 231, 'Medieval Christian Art', 3, 'Visual art of medieval Europe, role of monasteries, expansion of patronage in the late medieval age.'],
     ['arthis', 315, 'Asian Architecture', 3, 'Overview of basic built forms in Asia and their main traits as well as most significant structures in the cultural context.'],
     ['arthis', 318, 'Italian Renaissance Art', 3, 'Italian architecture, sculpture and painting in 15-16th centuries with emphasis on works of Botticelli, Leonardo, Rafael, Michelangelo, Titian.'],
     ['arthis', 325, 'Dutch and Flemish Painting', 3, 'Development of Netherlandish painting in 15-19th centuries including works of Van Eyck, Vermeer, Rembrandt, Van Gogh.'],
-    ['arthis', 354, 'Impressionism', 3, 'Franch impressionism movement in the second half of the 19th century, social and cultural context.'],
+    ['arthis', 354, 'Impressionism', 3, 'French impressionism movement in the second half of the 19th century, social and cultural context.'],
     ['arthis', 436, 'Modernism', 3, 'Development of the modernism from the end of 19th century to the WWII. Major persons and movements like symbolism, futurism, surrealism.'],
     ['arthis', 439, 'Postmodernism', 3, 'Visual art and culture in America and Europe after WWII, postmodernism theory and practice, role of art in the consumerist society.'],
     ['arthis', 476, 'Islamic Art', 5, 'History of Islamic visual arts and their religious value.'],
     ['stdart', 106, 'Observational Drawing', 4, 'Studio experience in basic drawing concepts: line, shape, light, space, composition.'],
     ['stdart', 119, 'Spring Basket Weaving Workshop', null, 'A just-for-fun chance to learn the basics of basket weaving.'],
     ['stdart', 130, 'Ceramics I', 4, 'Introduction to pottery and applied chemistry, glaze composition, kiln-firing techniques.'],
-    ['stdart', 206, 'Field Drawing', 4, 'Landscape drawing practice with emphasis on space analysing and tint-taking. Most of the classwork is done outside.'],
+    ['stdart', 206, 'Field Drawing', 4, 'Landscape drawing practice with emphasis on space analyzing and tint-taking. Most of the classwork is done outside.'],
     ['stdart', 218, 'Composition', 3, 'Theory of visual organization, design principles and best practices, relationships of light, color and space.'],
     ['stdart', 230, 'Ceramics II', 4, 'Advanced pottery and other ceramics techniques.'],
     ['stdart', 235, 'Introduction to Painting', 4, 'Practical application of color principles, paint application and painting techniques.'],
     ['stdart', 251, 'Photography', 6, 'Lectures, demonstrations and practice in work with 35mm analog photocamera, exploration of various photography genres, personal project.'],
-    ['stdart', 272, 'Prinmaking I', 3, 'Basic intaglio concepts: etching, engraving, drypoint, aquatint, mezzotint.'],
+    ['stdart', 272, 'Printmaking I', 3, 'Basic intaglio concepts: etching, engraving, drypoint, aquatint, mezzotint.'],
     ['stdart', 309, 'Life Drawing', 4, 'Practice in drawing live objects and human in particular with main focus to improve sense of shape.'],
     ['stdart', 352, 'Digital Photography', 4, 'Specific of digital photography, techniques of digital image processing.'],
-    ['stdart', 370, 'Prinmaking II', 3, 'Basic concepts of lithography, advanced intaglio techniques.'],
+    ['stdart', 370, 'Printmaking II', 3, 'Basic concepts of lithography, advanced intaglio techniques.'],
     ['stdart', 411, 'Underwater Basket Weaving', 4, 'This course provides a novel perspective on the traditional art of basketry as it is experienced in reduced gravity and in the context of fluid dynamics. Requires instructor permission and a valid c-card.'],
     ['stdart', 453, 'Advanced Painting', 6, 'Advanced painting studio, exploration of various painting materials, personal project.'],
     ['stdart', 509, 'Twentieth Century Printmaking', 4, 'Development of personalized concepts and individual aesthetic expression in printmaking with reference to various styles and trends in Twentieth Century printmaking.'],
     ['tched', 440, 'Techniques of Language Teaching', 4, 'Various techniques and specific aspects related to teaching of language; teaching approach, objectives, short- and long-term planning.'],
     ['tched', 500, 'Problems in Education', 4, 'Student personal investigation and report of a problem, in-class discussion.'],
     ['tched', 509, 'Public School Internship', 5, 'On-site supervised instructional experience within a public school setting under the leadership of an appropriate, competent professional.'],
-    ['tched', 510, 'Preschool Internship', 5, 'Supervised internship in a preschool or kinderganten setting.'],
+    ['tched', 510, 'Preschool Internship', 5, 'Supervised internship in a preschool or kindergarten setting.'],
     ['tched', 520, 'Special Topics in Teacher Education', 4, 'Advanced study of selected topics in teacher education. This course may be taken repeatedly.'],
     ['tched', 630, 'Practice of Mathematics Teaching', 6, 'Practice as a competent mathematics teacher in one of the public schools.'],
     ['tched', 635, 'Practice of Science Teaching', 6, 'Practice as a competent science teacher in one of the public schools.'],
     ['tched', 640, 'Practice of Language Teaching', 6, 'Practice as a competent language teacher in one of the public schools.'],
 
-    ['edpol', 102, 'Introduction to Education', 3, 'Historical overview of education in political and phylosophical context, role of education, comparison of contemporary and former educational practices.'],
-    ['edpol', 117, 'Contemporary Society', 3, 'Provides basics of social analysis and prespectives of contemporary society development.'],
+    ['edpol', 102, 'Introduction to Education', 3, 'Historical overview of education in political and philosophical context, role of education, comparison of contemporary and former educational practices.'],
+    ['edpol', 117, 'Contemporary Society', 3, 'Provides basics of social analysis and perspectives of contemporary society development.'],
     ['edpol', 131, 'Sociology of Childhood', 3, 'This course gives understanding of various aspects of childhood including historical, philosophical, economic, considers children rights and diversity of childhood experiences, explores how this concepts impact education and care of children.'],
     ['edpol', 202, 'Technology in the Classroom', 3, 'Theories and practice of using educational technologies to support problem-based learning.'],
     ['edpol', 213, 'Technology, Society and Schools', 3, 'Examination of theories and history of interaction of society and technology with implications for instructional technology and schooling. Resources for constructing personal definitions of technology.'],
     ['edpol', 229, 'Economics and Education Policy', 3, 'This course introduces some basic economic concepts and explores how they affect educational process and ways of regulating.'],
     ['edpol', 231, 'Politics and Education Policy', 3, 'This course examines intersection of politics and education, study of US educational system.'],
-    ['edpol', 236, 'Education Policy Analysis', 3, 'Explores the variety of concerns when analysing educational policy, how the policy is generated and how it faces educational problems.'],
+    ['edpol', 236, 'Education Policy Analysis', 3, 'Explores the variety of concerns when analyzing educational policy, how the policy is generated and how it faces educational problems.'],
     ['edpol', 301, 'Children's Literature', 3, 'Theory of visual literature, interrelationships between images and text, critical analysis of picture books.'],
     ['edpol', 316, 'Education Policy and Practice', 3, 'This course explores how policy is expressed in practice and how practice forms policy as well as interrelationships between state and social policies.'],
     ['edpol', 337, 'Social Analysis of Education Policy', 3, 'Study of education policy analysis in liberal values and ideals perspective. Course is focused on political philosophy including reading and discussing classical texts.'],
     ['edpol', 351, 'Classroom Visit', null, 'Elective visit to a local classroom for observation.'],
     ['edpol', 413, 'Organizational Analysis of Education Policy', 3, 'This course examines organizational structure of US and foreign education systems to derive main principles of structural organization, develops capability to think and reason analytically using proper concepts and terminology.'],
-    ['edpol', 431, 'Seminar in Education Policy I', 3, 'This course introduces cutting edge reseach in education policy, students read and discuss various documents and articles, get involved in campus research process.'],
+    ['edpol', 431, 'Seminar in Education Policy I', 3, 'This course introduces cutting edge research in education policy, students read and discuss various documents and articles, get involved in campus research process.'],
     ['edpol', 432, 'Seminar in Education Policy II', 3, 'This is the second semester of two-semester long seminar course Educational Policy 431.'],
     ['edpol', 505, 'Qualitative Research in Education Policy', 3, 'This course provides an introduction to qualitative research at the Master level.'],
 
-    ['econ', 101, 'Introduction to Microeconomics', 6, 'This course gives students understanding of market mechanism, consumer choise theory, formation of prices under competition, monopoly and other conditions, principles of limited resources allocation.'],
+    ['econ', 101, 'Introduction to Microeconomics', 6, 'This course gives students understanding of market mechanism, consumer choice theory, formation of prices under competition, monopoly and other conditions, principles of limited resources allocation.'],
     ['econ', 102, 'Introduction to Macroeconomics', 6, 'This course explores basic economic concepts and processes on regional/national level: national income, depression, inflation, unemployment.'],
-    ['econ', 112, 'Quantitive Method in Microeconomy', 3, 'Quantitive methods and problem solving in microeconomy.'],
+    ['econ', 112, 'Quantitative Method in Microeconomics', 3, 'Quantitative methods and problem solving in microeconomics.'],
     ['econ', 205, 'Introduction to Global Economy', 3, 'How the whole economy or its large sectors work, fiscal and monetary policy, role of the national economic within the world economy.'],
     ['econ', 213, 'American Economic History', 3, 'Evolution of American economy including technical and technological changes, demographic and labor aspects.'],
     ['econ', 246, 'Microeconomic Theory', 3, 'In-depth study of producer and consumer theory and list of advanced topics in microeconomics.'],
-    ['econ', 278, 'Probability and Statistics', 4, 'Introduction to mathematical statistics: probability theory, distributions, hypotesis testing, regression.'],
+    ['econ', 278, 'Probability and Statistics', 4, 'Introduction to mathematical statistics: probability theory, distributions, hypothesis testing, regression.'],
     ['econ', 321, 'Banking System', 3, 'Explores structure of the banking system and its role in macroeconomic processes.'],
-    ['econ', 339, 'Labor Economics', 3, 'This course examines interrelations between employers and emplyees, their expectations, study of labor law and analysis of the current US labor market.'],
+    ['econ', 339, 'Labor Economics', 3, 'This course examines interrelations between employers and employees, their expectations, study of labor law and analysis of the current US labor market.'],
     ['econ', 352, 'History of Economic Thought', 3, 'Ideas and theories of most significant economic thinkers, their role in building contemporary economic system.'],
-    ['econ', 370, 'Game Theory', 3, 'Study of the game theory giving abstract modelling of stategic situations and its application to real games and economic situations. Main objective of the course is development of students strategic thinking.'],
+    ['econ', 370, 'Game Theory', 3, 'Study of the game theory giving abstract modelling of strategic situations and its application to real games and economic situations. Main objective of the course is development of students strategic thinking.'],
     ['econ', 412, 'International Financial Markets', 3, 'Offers an understanding of the international financial structure and studies its impact on business and individuals in various nations.'],
     ['econ', 430, 'Econometrics', 4, 'Mathematical modelling of economic processes, use of the models for analysis and forecasting.'],
     ['econ', 452, 'Government Finance', 3, 'This course examines role of the government in the economic system, methods of administrative regulation, analysis of US government activities and policies.'],
     ['acc', 506, 'Corporate Financial Law', 3, 'Law governing business corporations; fiduciary duties of managers and directors in situations such as mergers, acquisitions, securities offerings, market domination, litigation.'],
     ['acc', 511, 'Audit', 5, 'This course considers legal, procedural and ethical aspects of audit in accounting.'],
     ['acc', 527, 'Advanced Accounting', 3, 'Theory and practical applications of accounting for consolidated entities and partnerships; includes foreign currency transactions, hedging and derivatives.'],
-    ['acc', 620, 'Accounting Internship', 6, 'Supervised intership in a business or nonprofit organization on an accounting position.'],
+    ['acc', 620, 'Accounting Internship', 6, 'Supervised internship in a business or nonprofit organization on an accounting position.'],
 
     ['mm', 256, 'Principles of Marketing', 3, 'Introduction to market concepts, historical evolution of marketing, variety of contemporary approaches, customer-oriented policy.'],
     ['mm', 304, 'Managerial Economics I', 3, 'Application of micro- and macroeconomic principles to decision making in business, basic analytical techniques.'],
     ['mm', 318, 'Marketing Research', 3, 'Study of market research process as a part of business decision making; marketing environment, market segmentation, statistical methods overview.'],
     ['mm', 331, 'Marketing Planning', 4, 'Theory of consumer behavior in marketing perspective, marketing strategy and its dependency to the overall business strategy, marketing specializations.'],
     ['mm', 355, 'Human Resource Management', 5, 'Theory and practices in human resources management; topics include workforce planning, recruitment, skill management, training and development, time management and others.'],
-    ['mm', 401, 'Competitive Strategy', 3, 'Strategies and practives of business development within a competitive industry from a resource-based view perspective.'],
+    ['mm', 401, 'Competitive Strategy', 3, 'Strategies and practices of business development within a competitive industry from a resource-based view perspective.'],
     ['mm', 404, 'Corporate Financial Management', 3, 'This course covers advanced topics in corporate financial management, including its role in corporate governance.'],
     ['mm', 430, 'Promotion', 5, 'Role of promotion in theoretical and practical perspective, promotional plan with emphasis on sales promotion, personal selling and public relations.'],
     ['mm', 434, 'Advertising', 3, 'Comprehensive study of advertising, its issues and practices, effective advertising performance, advertising management and budgeting.'],
     ['mm', 520, 'Project Management', 4, 'Basic principles and various approaches of effective project management; topics include project definition, scheduling, risk planning, resource allocation, performance management, project tracking.'],
     ['mm', 531, 'International Business', 3, 'This course explores issues of companies with international scope based on experience of real companies, political, economic and social aspects of multinational management.'],
     ['mm', 601, 'Case Studies in Corporate Finance', 3, 'A course designed to use case studies and financial analysis to further knowledge and ability to make financial management decisions.'],
-    ['mm', 650, 'International Marketing', 3, 'Survey of marketing in the global environment, specifics of satisfying global customer needs, strategies of world wide promotion.'],
-    ['mm', 756, 'Capital Risk Management', 3, 'This course introduces fundamental principles and techniques of financial risk management.'],
+    ['mm', 650, 'International Marketing', 3, 'Survey of marketing in the global environment, specifics of satisfying global customer needs, strategies of world-wide promotion.'],
+    ['mm', 756, 'Capital Risk Management', 3, 'Introduces fundamental principles and techniques of financial risk management.'],
     ['mm', 808, 'Principles of Portfolio Management', 3, 'Comprehensive coverage of the theory and practice of money management as well as in-depth analysis of the theory and practice involved when securities are combined into portfolios.'],
     ['mm', 818, 'Financial Statement Analysis', 3, 'This course presents techniques for analyzing current and projected financial statements for the purposes of credit analysis, security analysis, and internal financial analysis, and cash flow forecasting.'],
   ]
     ['ns', 'uchem', 'humanities', 16, 'B.S. candidates in the sciences will take a minimum of 16 credit hours in the humanities.'],
     ['ns', 'uphys', 'math', 12, 'Undergraduate science students will take a minimum of 12 credit hours in mathematics.'],
     ['ns', 'uphys', 'phystheory', 26, 'Candidates for the B.S. in physics must take a minimum of 26 hours of physics theory.'],
-    ['ns', 'uphys', 'physlab', 12, 'Candidates for the B.S. in physics must take a minimum of 12 hours of physics labwork.'],
+    ['ns', 'uphys', 'physlab', 12, 'Candidates for the B.S. in physics must take a minimum of 12 hours of physics laboratory work.'],
     ['ns', 'uphys', 'humanities', 16, 'B.S. candidates in the sciences will take a minimum of 12 credit hours in the humanities.'],
     ['ns', 'uphys', 'science', 12, 'Physics majors are expected to take a minimum of 12 credit hours in other scientific disciplines.'],
 
     ['la', 'gscitch', 'pedagogy', 15, 'M.S. candidates should complete a minimum of 18 credit hours focused on pedagogy.'],
     ['la', 'gscitch', 'tmethods', 15, 'M.S. candidates should complete a minimum of 18 credit hours focused on teaching methods.'],
     ['la', 'gscitch', 'earlyed', 12, 'M.S. candidates will take a minimum of 12 hours of early childhood education instruction.'],
-    ['la', 'psciwri', 'science', 12, 'Candidates for the Certificate in Science Writing will take four threehour classes in general science.'],
-    ['la', 'psciwri', 'journalism', 12, 'Candidates will take four threehour classes in writing focused on scientific journalism'],
+    ['la', 'psciwri', 'science', 12, 'Candidates for the Certificate in Science Writing will take four three-hour classes in general science.'],
+    ['la', 'psciwri', 'journalism', 12, 'Candidates will take four three-hour classes in writing focused on scientific journalism'],
     ['la', 'gengl', 'literature', 36, 'Candidates for the M.A. in English will take a minimum of 36 credit hours of literature courses.'],
     ['la', 'uengl', 'worldlit', 20, 'B.A. candidates in English are expected to take 20 credit hours in world literature.'],
     ['la', 'uengl', 'eurolit', 15, 'B.A. candidates in English are expected to take three courses in European literature.'],
     ['la', 'uengl', 'reasoning', 6, 'B.A. candidates in the humanities will take a minimum of two courses emphasizing reasoning.'],
     ['la', 'uengl', 'humanities', 16, 'B.A. candidates in the humanities will take a minimum of 16 credit hours in general humanities outside their major.'],
     ['la', 'uengl', 'modlanguage', 16, 'B.A. candidates in the humanities will take a minimum of two years of a modern language of their choice.'],
-    ['la', 'uhist', 'history', 50, 'B.A. candidates in History are expected to take 50 credit hours in history of their choise.'],
+    ['la', 'uhist', 'history', 50, 'B.A. candidates in History are expected to take 50 credit hours in history of their choice.'],
     ['la', 'uhist', 'diversity', 16, 'In recognition of the importance of diversity in modern society, undergraduate humanities majors must take a minimum of 16 credits hours of course emphasizing cultural diversity.'],
     ['la', 'uspan', 'spanish', 12, 'Spanish majors will take a minimum of 12 credit hours in the Spanish majors.'],
     ['la', 'uspan', 'reasoning', 6, 'B.A. candidates in the humanities will take a minimum of two courses emphasizing reasoning.'],
     ['eng', 'umech', 'melab', 9, 'Bachelor of Engineering candidates in Mechanical Engineering are expected to take at least 9 hours of credit in laboratory work.'],
     ['eng', 'umech', 'compsci', 12, 'Bachelor of Engineering candidates are expected to take at least 12 hours of credit in computer science and/or programming related to their major.'],
     ['eng', 'umech', 'humanities', 12, 'Bachelor of Engineering candidates are expected to take at least 12 hours of credit in general humanities.'],
-    ['eng', 'ubio', 'be', 28, 'Bachelor of Engineering candidates in Bioengineering are expected to take at least 28 hours of credit in their area of concentrationclinical, nanotech, orbiomaterials'],
+    ['eng', 'ubio', 'be', 28, 'Bachelor of Engineering candidates in Bioengineering are expected to take at least 28 hours of credit in their area of concentration.'],
     ['eng', 'ubio', 'mesystems', 10, 'Bachelor of Engineering candidates in Bioengineering are expected to take at least 10 hours of credit in mechanical systems.'],
     ['eng', 'ubio', 'compsci', 12, 'Bachelor of Engineering candidates are expected to take at least 12 hours of credit in computer science and/or programming related to their major.'],
     ['eng', 'ubio', 'humanities', 12, 'Bachelor of Engineering candidates are expected to take at least 12 hours of credit in general humanities.'],