Courses in Pilot Program (Division 445)

Pilot Program is proud of the quality and innovation of its course offerings. The Pilot Program offers small, personal, and engaging classes to first- and second-year students. Each course presents challenging new material and approaches to liberal arts education. In addition, one of the unique features of Pilot courses is that our teachers live in Alice Lloyd Hall where the courses themselves are held. The Pilot course offerings change each term. Examples of recent courses are "Freedom and Learning in Higher Education", "Classics Reconsidered: Change and the Literary Masterpieces", "Thinking and Writing for Social Change", "Why Do Mexicans Call Us Gringos?", and "Violence in America." Recently offered mini-courses include "Genocide", "Songs, Poems and Heretics", "The Cultural Roots of Rock and Roll", and "The World of Shakespeare."

For more information on the classes being offered this term, pick up a Pilot Program course guide at the Pilot Office or call 764-7521. The Pilot Program Office located on the main floor of Alice Lloyd Residence Hall. Pilot students are given preference in registering for Pilot courses. Students not in the Pilot Program may find some space in Pilot courses but will have a lower priority for entry.

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