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Other Courses

All Minerva undergraduate students complete the Cornerstone and Capstone courses.

Cornerstone Courses

AH50 / Multimodal Communications

Multimodal Communications focuses on communicating effectively. You will learn to understand and convey information at a high level, gaining practical experience in public speaking, visual communication, design, debate, and artistic expression.

AH51 / Multimodal Communications

Multimodal Communications focuses on communicating effectively. You will learn to understand and convey information at a high level, gaining practical experience in public speaking, visual communication, design, debate, and artistic expression.

Prerequisite: AH50

CS50 / Formal Analyses

Formal Analyses focuses on thinking critically. You will receive training in advanced logic, rational thought, statistics, computational thinking, and formal systems -- all of which will help you formulate, analyze, and solve complex challenges.

CS51 / Formal Analyses

Formal Analyses focuses on thinking critically. You will receive training in advanced logic, rational thought, statistics, computational thinking, and formal systems -- all of which will help you formulate, analyze, and solve complex challenges.

Prerequisite: CS50

NS50 / Empirical Analyses

Empirical Analyses focuses on thinking creatively. You will become familiar with the central methods used in the natural and social sciences, enabling you to frame problems effectively, develop and test hypotheses, and engage in informed conjecture.

NS51 / Empirical Analyses

Empirical Analyses focuses on thinking creatively. You will become familiar with the central methods used in the natural and social sciences, enabling you to frame problems effectively, develop and test hypotheses, and engage in informed conjecture.

Prerequisite: NS50

SS50 / Complex Systems

Complex Systems focuses on interacting effectively. You will explore how humans function as members of various systems, learning the concepts of multiple causality and multi-factor interactions, group project collaboration, negotiation, leadership, and formal debate.

SS51 / Complex Systems

Complex Systems focuses on interacting effectively. You will explore how humans function as members of various systems, learning the concepts of multiple causality and multi-factor interactions, group project collaboration, negotiation, leadership, and formal debate.

Prerequisite: SS50

Capstone Courses

In their fourth year, Other majors finish their Capstone Courses.

Tutorial Courses

IL181 / Senior Tutorial

Discuss a topic you are passionate about with two other students and a professor. Begin by developing your own syllabus, with the professor helping you to drill deeply into your topic. Engage with the other students and professor in ways that are not possible in ordinary class.

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