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I transferred out of Fordham a couple years ago and some of my transfer credits are pending. The school I am at now says that they need a copy of the syllabus in order to evaluate the two courses. They are regular freshman courses. My question is, does anyone possibly have a copy of a syllabus for either of these two courses? It doesn't have to be the same time I took it because the courses don't really change much. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!!

Advanced Info Systems ICBU 2400
French Language and Literature 2001

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From:kahlan_amnell
Date:May 19th, 2008 03:30 pm (UTC)
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I don't know about the first one, but the second one would vary by professor.

So, specifying a professor and a semester would help people help you with this.

I can't help, as I never took those courses, and I graduated in 2005. Sorry.
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From:nyaa
Date:May 19th, 2008 04:42 pm (UTC)
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If you can track down your old professors' email addresses, you could always ask them to email/send you a copy.
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From:sp34k
Date:May 19th, 2008 07:48 pm (UTC)

Copies from Oasis

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Advanced Info: ADVANCED INFORMATION SYSTEMS Information Systems is a core course-either ICBU2300 or a more advanced version ICBU2400. Students are placed according to their prior background and experience with computers and their application. The purpose of this course is to provide all undergraduate business students with an introduction to information and communications systems technologies and their impact on business activities from the end-user perspective. The course includes a set of laboratory exercises for developing basic skills in personal computer use. (Students who complete ICBU 2400 may not take ICBU 2300 and students who complete ICBU 2300 may not take ICBU 2400 without class dean's approval).

French: A critical analysis of selected cultural and literary texts; composition, conversation, and review of pertinent grammatical structures.
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From:far__fromsanity
Date:May 20th, 2008 02:16 am (UTC)

Re: Copies from Oasis

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Did you find this online? Or was in it paper form somewhere? Thanks!
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From:sp34k
Date:May 20th, 2008 04:10 pm (UTC)

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It was online: oasis.fordham.edu You just have to click on the Course Catalog and select the school and department.
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