Courses

Fall 2018 Courses

Information on distribution credit for Arts & Sciences undergrads: Some ExCollege courses have already been submitted to the Academic Review Board (ARB) for possible credit toward distribution requirements. Check with the ExCollege first before petitioning the ARB for credit. You may petition to have a course count for everyone in the class, or just for yourself as a one-time approval. Only one ExCollege course may be used toward the foundation or distribution requirements. After checking with the ExCollege, please follow these instructions.


Experimental College courses are open for registration on SIS beginning in April along with all other undergraduate courses.


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(Updated: 5/1/2018)

ExCollege Signature Courses:
Taught by Visiting Lecturers and Teaching Fellows


EXP-0001-F Baseball Analytics: The Sabermetrics Model

EXP-0002-F Planting Seeds of Curiosity and Justice: School Gardens in our Public Schools

EXP-0003-F Queer Space: Explorations in Art and Architecture

EXP-0004-F Global Health: A Practitioner's Approach to Real-World Problems

EXP-0005-F Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Startups

EXP-0006-F Accused: The Gap Between Law and Justice

EXP-0007-F Look Now: Observing Boston Through Art and Science

EXP-0008-F American Witches

EXP-0009-F Pharmacology and Therapeutics

EXP-0010-F Deconstructing the Ivory Tower: A Critical Perspective on Universities

EXP-0011-F Power, Performance, Protest: Women and the American Political System

EXP-0012-F Hip-Hop Dance: The Culture, Philosophy, and Practice of B-Boying/B-Girling/Breakin'

EXP-0014-F All the Single Ladies: Women at the Edge of Culture and History

EXP-0015-F Podcasting: Crafting Audio Stories

EXP-0017-F One Health: Animal, Human, and Environmental Connections

EXP-0018-F Investing, Psychology and Human Behavior

EXP-0019-F Self-Driving Cars: The Coming Revolution in Transportation

EXP-0021-F From Bees to Beetles: Insect Pollinators and Real-World Science


Robyn Gittleman Graduate Teaching Fellowship Courses


EXP-0022-F Programming for Everyone: MATLAB and Its Possibilities

EXP-0023-F Harvesting Solar Energy

EXP-0024-F Sonic Dimensions: The Culture, Theory, and Politics of Sound

EXP-0025-F Performing China on the American Stage and Screen


Sponsored Courses: The ExCollege collaborates with other Tufts programs to offer courses and independent learning opportunities


EXP-0068 Designing Your Tufts: Get Career Ready Through Design Thinking

EXP-0069-XF Personal Career Development

EXP-0070-XAF Basic RAD

EXP-0070-XBF Basic RAD

EXP-0079-XF EPIIC: Migration in a Turbulent World

EXP-0079-XAF Inquiry Simulation: Migration

EXP-0080-XF Writing Fellowship Seminar

EXP-0083-XF Civic Identity, Reflection, & Action: Tisch Scholars Foundation Seminar

EXP-0084-XF Tisch Scholars Fieldwork Practicum

EXP-0085-XF Dialogue, Identity & Civic Action

EXP-0093-F Hindi 1

EXP-0095-F Hindi 3

EXP-0100-ZEF Leading a First-Year Seminar

EXP-0100-ZPF Leading a First-Year Seminar

EXP-0102-ZEF Teaching Practicum

EXP-0102-ZPF Teaching Practicum

EXP-0104-Teaching Assistantship

EXP-0105-ZFF Independent Study

EXP-0105-ZPF Independent Study

EXP-0106-ZF Auditing for Breadth