The Language of Justice - Winter 2012 - Registration Information

The Language of Justice

Winter Session 2012

Undergraduate Course # 80:617:461
Graduate Course  # 81:617:561
(3 credits)
Also available as a non-credit course.

 6:00-10:00 PM

   Fri  12/23   Mon 12/26   Wed 12/28  Th 12/29  Mon  1/2

Wed  1/4   Th 1/5   Mon 1/9   Wed 1/11   Th 1/12

Location: Language Lab Building, Room 110, College Avenue Campus

Instructor: B. Tatiana Dallmann, MA


Click this link to see more information about this course.


To Register:

To register for the course for NON-CREDIT, please follow this link.  https://ce-catalog.rutgers.edu/courseDisplay.cfm?schID=41017


To register to take the course for credit, you must fill out a registration form and return it to my office.

The UNDERGRADUATE registration form can be found here

The GRADUATE registration form can be found here

If you already hold a bachelors degree and plan to take the course for credit, you MUST register for the GRADUATE course.


Registration forms can be returned to me by any of the following methods:

MAIL: Send the form to my attention at 20 Seminary Place, New Brunswick, NJ 08901.

EMAIL: You can scan the completed form and email it as an attachment to me at pblum@langlab.rutgers.edu

FAX: You can fax the form to my attention at 732-932-1556.

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