The Thomas Jefferson Center for the Study of Core Texts and Ideas

Fall 2021 Registration Information for Continuing Jefferson Scholars

 

As before, we have reserved seats for you in the core CTI courses. These seats are available to all students who are currently pursuing the CTI Certificate, affectionally known as: ‘doing the thing.’  Please do not email Nathan any requests for seat reservations, as these are handled directly through the registration system.

An email was sent a few weeks ago with the google form, as well as instructions on how to check the status of your certificate and apply for it if needed.

For students with certificates listed as “pursuing,” the following courses have seats reserved for you:

 

Area 1: Philosophy and Literature of the Ancient World

30155   CTI 301G        Introduction to Ancient Greece           MWF   11-Noon          Patterson

30160   CTI 301G        Introduction to Ancient Greece           TTH    1230-2pm        Gulizio

30165   CTI 301G        Introduction to Ancient Greece           MWF   2-3pm              Patterson

 

Area 2: Major Texts of World Religion

30180   CTI 304           The Bible and Its Interpreters              MWF   Noon -1pm     Jones

30185   CTI 304           The Bible and Its Interpreters              MWF   1-2pm              Dempsey

30190   CTI 304           The Bible and Its Interpreters              MWF   3-4pm              Dempsey

 

Area 3: History of Political Philosophy

30175   CTI 302           Classics of Social/Political Thought    TTH    11-1230pm      Viroli

 

Area 4: America’s Constitutional Principles

38865   GOV 312P      Constitutional Principles: Core Texts   MWF   9-10am            Brennan

38870   GOV 312P      Constitutional Principles: Core Texts   TTH    930-11am         Pangle, L

38875   GOV 312P      Constitutional Principles: Core Texts   TTH    11-1230pm      Pangle, L

38865   GOV 312P      Constitutional Principles: Core Texts   MWF   Noon-1pm      Myers

 

Electives:

As a reminder, 6 total hours of upper division are required for the certificate. All upper division CTI courses and other courses on the Qualifying List will count. We especially recommend CTI 350 Masterworks of World Drama as well as the following new courses:

 

30285   CTI 371N        Newton’s Principia                              TTH 2-330pm             Herd

30295   CTI 375           Christian Quest for Meaning               TTH 2-330pm             Landau

30300   CTI 375           Rousseau and his Legacy                     TTH 9-1030am            Russell

 

 

You can view the Certificate Plan and Qualifying List here: https://liberalarts.utexas.edu/coretexts/_files/certificateplan2020.pdf

https://liberalarts.utexas.edu/coretexts/coursesincti/Qualifying-Courses.php