Charms Engineering and Development

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Charms Engineering and Development is a career-oriented, three-year course of study for students interested in pursuing fields related to creating, improving, and developing charms.

Offered At[edit]

  • Amherst College
  • Duke University
  • Harvard University
  • Minnesota University of Magic
  • Tift College
  • University of Chicago
  • University of Michigan

Required Courses[edit]

Semester I:

  • Charms and Enchantments 101
  • Introduction to Archaic Languages
  • Transfiguration 101
  • Transfiguration Lab

Semester II:

  • Charms and Enchantments 102
  • Language of choice (select from: Latin, Babylonian, Greek)
  • Transfiguration 102
  • Ancient Runes
  • History of Spellwork

Semester III:

  • Charms and Enchantments 201
  • Language for Spell Development (continuation of language selected in semester II)
  • Charms Composition I
  • Charms Composition Lab
  • Introduction to Research Methods

Semester IV:

  • Charms and Enchantments 202
  • Advanced Language for Spell Development (continuation of language selected in semester II)
  • Charms Composition II
  • Charms Composition II Lab
  • Research Practicum

Semester V:

  • Charms and Enchantments 301
  • Capstone
  • specialization elective
  • specialization elective

Semester VI:

  • Charms and Enchantments 302
  • Capstone
  • specialization elective
  • specialization elective

Specialization/Elective Courses[edit]

specialization/elective courses

Other Requirements[edit]

  • Internship with development/engineering firm (Harvard)

Other Details[edit]

none

Affiliated Characters[edit]

  • Rose Farnon will graduate from Harvard with this degree at the end of T30