EMED 600 / EMERGENCY MEDICINE
Term: Spring 2019Units 3

Interns will spend four weeks in the Emergency Department. They will take an active role in the initial evaluation and treatment of patients, work alongside senior residents, attendings, and nursing staff, and are exposed to wide variety of patients, medical and surgical emergencies, and procedures. Interns will gain valuable experience, as they will be able to follow patients from presentation, through their workup, and onto their diagnosis and management. Interns will evaluate the patients’ level of urgency, learn and apply triage principles. Learn the basic interventions (such as urinary catheter, N/G gavage, taking blood sample, intubation etc). Interns will participate in daily teaching sessions, weekly departmental conferences, as well as lecture series designed specifically for them. (4 weeks; compulsory on-call nights and weekends)

EMED 600 / EMERGENCY MEDICINE
Term: Spring 2019Units 3

Interns will spend four weeks in the Emergency Department. They will take an active role in the initial evaluation and treatment of patients, work alongside senior residents, attendings, and nursing staff, and are exposed to wide variety of patients, medical and surgical emergencies, and procedures. Interns will gain valuable experience, as they will be able to follow patients from presentation, through their workup, and onto their diagnosis and management. Interns will evaluate the patients’ level of urgency, learn and apply triage principles. Learn the basic interventions (such as urinary catheter, N/G gavage, taking blood sample, intubation etc). Interns will participate in daily teaching sessions, weekly departmental conferences, as well as lecture series designed specifically for them. (4 weeks; compulsory on-call nights and weekends)

EMED 600 / EMERGENCY MEDICINE
Term: Spring 2019Units 3

Interns will spend four weeks in the Emergency Department. They will take an active role in the initial evaluation and treatment of patients, work alongside senior residents, attendings, and nursing staff, and are exposed to wide variety of patients, medical and surgical emergencies, and procedures. Interns will gain valuable experience, as they will be able to follow patients from presentation, through their workup, and onto their diagnosis and management. Interns will evaluate the patients’ level of urgency, learn and apply triage principles. Learn the basic interventions (such as urinary catheter, N/G gavage, taking blood sample, intubation etc). Interns will participate in daily teaching sessions, weekly departmental conferences, as well as lecture series designed specifically for them. (4 weeks; compulsory on-call nights and weekends)

ENGR 200 / PROBABILITY AND RANDOM VARIABLES FOR ENGINEERS
Term: Spring 2019Units 4Days: MON WEDTimes: 16:00-17:15

Introduction to probability, sets, conditional probability, total probability theorem and Bayes rule; Independence, counting; Discrete random variables, functions of random variables, expectation, mean and variance; Continuous random variables, probability density functions, and cumulative distribution functions; Multiple random variables; Sums of random variables; Limit theorems; Covariance and correlation; Introduction to Stochastic Processes

ENGR 201 / STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS
Term: Spring 2019Units 4Days: MON WEDTimes: 14:30-15:45

Descriptive statistics; measures of association, correlation, simple regression; probability theory, conditional probability, independence; discrete and continuous random variables; probability distributions; functions of random variables; sampling distributions; estimation; inference (confidence intervals and hypothesis testing). Topics are supported by computer applications and specific examples from engineering applications.

ENGR 400 / CORPORATE DYNAMICS FOR ENGINEERS
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 16:00-17:15

Overview of corporate dynamics, including career paths, organizational structure and behavior in large organizations, corporate culture, decision-making process (organs, levels of authority, meetings, crisis and stress management), customer-focused organization and engineering ethics. There will be several case studies. There will also be high profile speakers from the corporate world to convey their real world experiences.

EQUR 101 / QUANTITATIVE REASONING USING COMPUTERS
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 16:00-17:15

Effective assessment of data by applying statistics and computing techniques. Introduction of major data descriptors. Applying spreadsheet tools to facilitate data analysis and consequent decision making. Introduction to flowcharts and algorithms. Algorithmic reasoning for computer programming. Emerging information and computing technologies and the future of computing.

EQUR 102 / MATHEMATICS FOR EVERYDAY LIFE
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 13:00-14:15

Introduction to basic mathematical concepts (including sets, counting, permutations, combinations, graph theory, basic probability and statistics) and simple problem solving methods using the following interesting examples: Hilbert Hotel, pigeonhole principle, Fibonacci numbers, stable marriage problem, four color theorem, traveling salesman problem, art gallery problem, schoolgirl problem, seven bridges problem, three prisoners problem, mathematical ideas in magic tricks, mathematics of gambling.

ERUD 306 / ENDOCRINE, REPRODUCTIVE, UROGENITAL DISEASES
Term: Spring 2019Units 3

Multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis of reproductive, urogenital and endocrine diseases: Mechanisms of diseases, pathologic findings, clinical presentations, physical examination, symptomatology, laboratory tests, diagnostic imaging and treatment. Topics include synthesis, metabolism and clinical effects of hormones, normal puberty and sexual differentiation, obesity, diseases and tumors of adrenal glands, thyroid glands, parathyroid glands and pituitary gland; endocrine pancreas and diabetes mellitus, diseases and tumors of kidney, dialysis and transplantation, urinary tract infection and obstructive uropathy, menstrual cycle, contraception, pregnancy, diseases and tumors of vulva, vagina, cervix, uterus and ovary; male infertility, sexually transmitted diseases, diseases and tumors of the breast.

ERUS 206 / ENDOCRINE, REPRODUCTIVE AND URINARY SYSTEMS
Term: Spring 2019Units 3

Anatomy and histology of organs related to the urinary system, male and female reproductive systems, the pelvic floor, blood vessels and nerves of pelvic viscera, embryonic development of urinary and genital systems and their abnormalities, morphology and functions of the kidney, glomerular filtration, reabsorption, and secretion, regulation of volume and composition of body fluids, transport in the urinary tract, mechanisms and disorders of erection and ejaculation, structure and functions of the thyroid, parathyroid, pituitary, pineal and adrenal glands, biosynthesis of hormones, mechanisms of hormone action.

ETHC 102 / LEGAL PHILOSOPHY
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 11:30-12:45

Examination of concepts such as law, justice and fairness; relationship between law, religion, morals and ethics; natural law and the law of nature; theories of ethical reasoning: utiliarianism, egoism, relativism, deontology; justice as a theory of ethical reasoning, normative ethics and Greek philosophy; modern ethics and postmodern ethics, ethics and science; understanding the legal concepts of rights, duties, personality and their ethical dimensions.

ETHC 105 / ETHICS AND EVERYDAY LIFE
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 10:00-11:15

Understanding how we experience freedom, justice, equality, rights, good&evil, judgments, and discrimination in our everyday life from the corner of a grocery store to a doctor's office, to a court-house or to a class at the university. Analyzing the various ways of ethical reasoning already happening in our everyday interactions in order to enrich and sometimes to challenge the philosophical theories of ethics. Analyzing the already existing theories of ethical reasoning in the history of philosophy to challenge our at times non-reasoning habits. Connections between theory and practice in everyday life through very open discussion of everyday examples in connection to our readings of ethical reasoning from Plato, Aristotle, Mill, Kant, Marx, Nietzsche, Sartre, Arendt, De Beauvior, etc.

ETHC 105 / ETHICS AND EVERYDAY LIFE
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 11:30-12:45

Understanding how we experience freedom, justice, equality, rights, good&evil, judgments, and discrimination in our everyday life from the corner of a grocery store to a doctor's office, to a court-house or to a class at the university. Analyzing the various ways of ethical reasoning already happening in our everyday interactions in order to enrich and sometimes to challenge the philosophical theories of ethics. Analyzing the already existing theories of ethical reasoning in the history of philosophy to challenge our at times non-reasoning habits. Connections between theory and practice in everyday life through very open discussion of everyday examples in connection to our readings of ethical reasoning from Plato, Aristotle, Mill, Kant, Marx, Nietzsche, Sartre, Arendt, De Beauvior, etc.

ETHC 105 / ETHICS AND EVERYDAY LIFE
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 13:00-14:15

Understanding how we experience freedom, justice, equality, rights, good&evil, judgments, and discrimination in our everyday life from the corner of a grocery store to a doctor's office, to a court-house or to a class at the university. Analyzing the various ways of ethical reasoning already happening in our everyday interactions in order to enrich and sometimes to challenge the philosophical theories of ethics. Analyzing the already existing theories of ethical reasoning in the history of philosophy to challenge our at times non-reasoning habits. Connections between theory and practice in everyday life through very open discussion of everyday examples in connection to our readings of ethical reasoning from Plato, Aristotle, Mill, Kant, Marx, Nietzsche, Sartre, Arendt, De Beauvior, etc.

ETHC 105 / ETHICS AND EVERYDAY LIFE
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 14:30-15:45

Understanding how we experience freedom, justice, equality, rights, good&evil, judgments, and discrimination in our everyday life from the corner of a grocery store to a doctor's office, to a court-house or to a class at the university. Analyzing the various ways of ethical reasoning already happening in our everyday interactions in order to enrich and sometimes to challenge the philosophical theories of ethics. Analyzing the already existing theories of ethical reasoning in the history of philosophy to challenge our at times non-reasoning habits. Connections between theory and practice in everyday life through very open discussion of everyday examples in connection to our readings of ethical reasoning from Plato, Aristotle, Mill, Kant, Marx, Nietzsche, Sartre, Arendt, De Beauvior, etc.

ETHC 107 / SEXISM AND DISCRIMINATION
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 10:00-11:15

Investigation of sexism, discrimination and gender equality from an interdisciplinary perspective to explore various aspects of "women's human rights" from historical, legal, philosophical as well as sociological perspectives. Examination of concepts such as sex, gender, oppression, equality, equity, justice, intersectionality, cultural relativism and rights.

ETHC 107 / SEXISM AND DISCRIMINATION
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 11:30-12:45

Investigation of sexism, discrimination and gender equality from an interdisciplinary perspective to explore various aspects of "women's human rights" from historical, legal, philosophical as well as sociological perspectives. Examination of concepts such as sex, gender, oppression, equality, equity, justice, intersectionality, cultural relativism and rights.

ETHC 108 / WHY BE GOOD?
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 11:30-12:45

The case for acting ethically rather than unethically. Explores the motivations behind ethical actions, the status of ethical ‘truths’, and the relationship (if any) between an ethical life and a happy life. Examines research on ethical behavior from disciplines such as philosophy, psychology, neuroscience, and evolutionary biology.

ETHC 109 / ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 16:00-17:15

A growing area of philosophy focusing on issues about the value of nature and other living beings and our responsibility towards them. Primary questions dealing with issues of moral responsibility of human beings towards other life forms and on the relative value of nature. Various topics focus on economic and technological development, pollution, the preservation of species, and the uses and abuses of life.

ETHC 109 / ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: TUES THURSTimes: 13:00-14:15

A growing area of philosophy focusing on issues about the value of nature and other living beings and our responsibility towards them. Primary questions dealing with issues of moral responsibility of human beings towards other life forms and on the relative value of nature. Various topics focus on economic and technological development, pollution, the preservation of species, and the uses and abuses of life.

ETHC 113 / A QUEST FOR ETHICAL FOUNDATIONS
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 11:30-12:45

A historical introduction to ethical reasoning in order to develop skills to examine our lives. Recognition of the principal problems of ethics in a variety of works. Reading, thinking and writing critically about ethical issues and problems. Examination of theory of knowledge, origins of ethics, ethical responsibility and critiques of ethical theories under the guidance of Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Kant and Nietzsche.

ETHC 113 / A QUEST FOR ETHICAL FOUNDATIONS
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 13:00-14:15

A historical introduction to ethical reasoning in order to develop skills to examine our lives. Recognition of the principal problems of ethics in a variety of works. Reading, thinking and writing critically about ethical issues and problems. Examination of theory of knowledge, origins of ethics, ethical responsibility and critiques of ethical theories under the guidance of Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Kant and Nietzsche.

ETHC 113 / A QUEST FOR ETHICAL FOUNDATIONS
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 10:00-11:15

A historical introduction to ethical reasoning in order to develop skills to examine our lives. Recognition of the principal problems of ethics in a variety of works. Reading, thinking and writing critically about ethical issues and problems. Examination of theory of knowledge, origins of ethics, ethical responsibility and critiques of ethical theories under the guidance of Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Kant and Nietzsche.

ETHC 113 / A QUEST FOR ETHICAL FOUNDATIONS
Term: Spring 2019Units 3Days: MON WEDTimes: 14:30-15:45

A historical introduction to ethical reasoning in order to develop skills to examine our lives. Recognition of the principal problems of ethics in a variety of works. Reading, thinking and writing critically about ethical issues and problems. Examination of theory of knowledge, origins of ethics, ethical responsibility and critiques of ethical theories under the guidance of Plato, Aristotle, Descartes, Kant and Nietzsche.