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Where can I find syllabi / reading lists or course evaluations?

Last Updated: Jun 01, 2017  |  985 Views
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For current students, syllabi/reading lists/evaluations are available:

  • Online via Academic Affairs. First, search for SAIS classes, select the class you want and then you'll see a link for syllabi and evaluations. Click on that link and follow the instructions attached.

  • Syllabi are also on Blackboard, available one week before the semester begins, if you're registered for the course.

  • Paper syllabi are kept in notebooks in the Library, near the Circulation Desk.

For non-students, questions can be directed to SAIS Admissions at sais.dc.admissions@jhu.edu.

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