Syllabi are an outline of objectives or topics to be covered within an educational course. The following examples were prepared by the professor(s) of each class. The syllabi are separated by target audience and collection of common themes.
A Course Syllabus
A syllabus is basically a contract between the instructor and the students for a specific course.
A syllabus generally consists of the following items:
- Orientation to the course.
- Contact information.
- A listing of the course topics (e.g., lecture titles).
- Rules for the operation of the course.
- General information on assignments and grading.
- Specific policies, particularly as they relate to grading.
Many institutions require that a course syllabus is available to everyone.
The OSN syllabus links are divided by the specified target audience.
- Undergraduate courses (non-major)
- Undergraduate Courses (major)
- Advanced Ethnobotany (Botany 440), University of Hawai`i at Manoa
- Botanical Medicine and Health (HLTH 385-000), Emory University
- Economic Botany (Biol 328), Frostburg State University
- Ethnobotany: Plants and Peoples (Anth 213), University of South Carolina
- Ethnoecology (Anth525), University of South Carolina
- Ethnographic Field Techniques (Biol 428), Frostburg State University
- Field Experiences in Ethnobotany & Ecology (BIOL 484), Frostburg State University
- Field Botany (BIO 235), Brigham Young University
- Food, Health and Society (HLTH 385-001), Emory University
- Forestry Field Practices (Biol 460), Frostburg State University
- Introductory Ethnobotany (Botany 105), University of Hawai`i at Manoa
- Introduction to Ethnobotany, Drake University
- Medical Ethnobotany (Botany 442), University of Hawai`i at Manoa
- Hawaiian Ethnobotany (Botany 446), University of Hawai`i at Manoa
- Graduate Courses
- General Interest