Department of history, Archaeology And Political Studies Course Descriptions aht 100: Sources Of African HistoryDepartment of history, Archaeology And Political Studies Course Descriptions aht 100: Sources Of African History
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The students are able to know, understand, master, and implement the theory, concept of writing based on descriptive text
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Students will learn to build, assess, and correct protein structures, and will design a novel protein. This course is offered during the second half of the fall semester. Prerequisite: che221
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