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Arial
Arial Black
Arial Narrow
Book Antiqua
Bookman Old Style
Century Gothic
Comic Sans
Courier New
Franklin Gothic

Garamond
Georgia
Impact
Lucinda Console
Lucinda Sans
Lucinda Unicode
Modern
Monotype Corsiva
Palatino Linotype

Roman
Script
Small Fonts
Symbol
Tahoma
Times New Roman
Trebuchet MS
Verdana
Webdings

Wingdings
serif
sans-serif
fantasy
monospace

 

All of the above are in what YM considers "size 3" and you can see the appearance on your screen of how it will look on the webpage.

 Just as an FYI, these two sentences are written using the current default font on our pages and it is "Century Gothic."

 

Just as an FYI, these two sentences are written using the current default font on our pages and it is "Century Gothic."  (Franklin Gothic)


Just as an FYI, these two sentences are written using the current default font on our pages and it is "Century Gothic." (Georgia)

 

Heading 1 - Default: Century Gothic (18pt)

Heading 2 - Default: Century Gothic (14 pt)

Heading 3 - Default: Century Gothic (12 pt)

Heading 4 - Default: Century Gothic (10 pt bold) pre-set space above and below copy

Heading 5 - Default: Century Gothic (8 pt bold) pre-set space above and below copy
Heading 6 - Default: Century Gothic (6pt bold) pre-set space above and below
Preformatted - Default Monotype

Normal (P) - Default: Century Gothic

Normal (DIV) - Default: Century Gothic
 

Heading 1 - Georgia (18 pt)

Heading 2 - Georgia (14 pt)

Heading 3 - Georgia (12 pt)

Heading 4 - Georgia (10 pt bold) pre-set space above and below text

Heading 5 - Georgia (8 pt bold) pre-set space above and below text
Heading 6 - Georgia (6 pt bold) pre-set space above and below text
Preformatted - Monotype

Normal (P) - Georgia

Normal (DIV) - Georgia


 

Suggestions for Writing a Syllabus

(This is Heading 2 applied with Georgia font in deeper blue)

 

Section 12 of the online application for accreditation asks you to attach the syllabi for the courses taught in your yoga therapy training program. A syllabus is an outline of a course, module, or semester in a program. An academic convention, a syllabus can follow a wide variety of formats. Its purpose, however, is to provide the detail about what will be taught in a course and how it will be taught.

By requesting the syllabi (plural of syllabus), the Accreditation Committee’s (AC) goal is to understand the subject matter being taught in your program and the flow of the material as it’s presented to your students. The AC compares a program’s syllabi to the identified competencies the program addresses. This process validates that the competencies a program states it addresses are covered by the subject matter outlined in the syllabi.

(font as imported from pasted Word text - Century Gothic, 11pt)

 

 

Suggestions for Writing a Syllabus

 

Section 12 of the online application for accreditation asks you to attach the syllabi for the courses taught in your yoga therapy training program. A syllabus is an outline of a course, module, or semester in a program. An academic convention, a syllabus can follow a wide variety of formats. Its purpose, however, is to provide the detail about what will be taught in a course and how it will be taught.

By requesting the syllabi (plural of syllabus), the Accreditation Committee’s (AC) goal is to understand the subject matter being taught in your program and the flow of the material as it’s presented to your students. The AC compares a program’s syllabi to the identified competencies the program addresses. This process validates that the competencies a program states it addresses are covered by the subject matter outlined in the syllabi.

(font as imported from pasted Word text - Century Gothic, applied size 1: 8 pt)

 

Suggestions for Writing a Syllabus

Section 12 of the online application for accreditation asks you to attach the syllabi for the courses taught in your yoga therapy training program. A syllabus is an outline of a course, module, or semester in a program. An academic convention, a syllabus can follow a wide variety of formats. Its purpose, however, is to provide the detail about what will be taught in a course and how it will be taught.

By requesting the syllabi (plural of syllabus), the Accreditation Committee’s (AC) goal is to understand the subject matter being taught in your program and the flow of the material as it’s presented to your students. The AC compares a program’s syllabi to the identified competencies the program addresses. This process validates that the competencies a program states it addresses are covered by the subject matter outlined in the syllabi.

(font as imported from pasted Word text - Century Gothic, applied size 2: 10 pt)

 

 

Suggestions for Writing a Syllabus

Section 12 of the online application for accreditation asks you to attach the syllabi for the courses taught in your yoga therapy training program. A syllabus is an outline of a course, module, or semester in a program. An academic convention, a syllabus can follow a wide variety of formats. Its purpose, however, is to provide the detail about what will be taught in a course and how it will be taught.

By requesting the syllabi (plural of syllabus), the Accreditation Committee’s (AC) goal is to understand the subject matter being taught in your program and the flow of the material as it’s presented to your students. The AC compares a program’s syllabi to the identified competencies the program addresses. This process validates that the competencies a program states it addresses are covered by the subject matter outlined in the syllabi.

(font as imported from pasted Word text - Century Gothic, applied size 3: 12 pt)

By requesting the syllabi (plural of syllabus), the Accreditation Committee’s (AC) goal is to understand the subject matter being taught in your program and the flow of the material as it’s presented to your students. The AC compares a program’s syllabi to the identified competencies the program addresses. This process validates that the competencies a program states it addresses are covered by the subject matter outlined in the syllabi.

(Copy imported from pasted Word text - applied Arial size 3: 12 pt font)

Section 12 of the online application for accreditation asks you to attach the syllabi for the courses taught in your yoga therapy training program. A syllabus is an outline of a course, module, or semester in a program. An academic convention, a syllabus can follow a wide variety of formats. Its purpose, however, is to provide the detail about what will be taught in a course and how it will be taught.

(Copy imported from pasted Word text - applied Tahoma size 12 pt font)

By requesting the syllabi (plural of syllabus), the Accreditation Committee’s (AC) goal is to understand the subject matter being taught in your program and the flow of the material as it’s presented to your students. The AC compares a program’s syllabi to the identified competencies the program addresses. This process validates that the competencies a program states it addresses are covered by the subject matter outlined in the syllabi.

(Copy imported from pasted Word text - applied Verdana size 12 pt font)

 

 

Suggestions for Writing a Syllabus

Section 12 of the online application for accreditation asks you to attach the syllabi for the courses taught in your yoga therapy training program. A syllabus is an outline of a course, module, or semester in a program. An academic convention, a syllabus can follow a wide variety of formats. Its purpose, however, is to provide the detail about what will be taught in a course and how it will be taught.

By requesting the syllabi (plural of syllabus), the Accreditation Committee’s (AC) goal is to understand the subject matter being taught in your program and the flow of the material as it’s presented to your students. The AC compares a program’s syllabi to the identified competencies the program addresses. This process validates that the competencies a program states it addresses are covered by the subject matter outlined in the syllabi.

(Copy imported from pasted Word text - applied Arial size 1: 8 pt font)

 

 

Suggestions for Writing a Syllabus

 

Section 12 of the online application for accreditation asks you to attach the syllabi for the courses taught in your yoga therapy training program. A syllabus is an outline of a course, module, or semester in a program. An academic convention, a syllabus can follow a wide variety of formats. Its purpose, however, is to provide the detail about what will be taught in a course and how it will be taught.

By requesting the syllabi (plural of syllabus), the Accreditation Committee’s (AC) goal is to understand the subject matter being taught in your program and the flow of the material as it’s presented to your students. The AC compares a program’s syllabi to the identified competencies the program addresses. This process validates that the competencies a program states it addresses are covered by the subject matter outlined in the syllabi.

(Copy imported from pasted Word text - applied Arial size 2: 10 pt font)

 

 

 

 

Suggestions for Writing a Syllabus

 

Section 12 of the online application for accreditation asks you to attach the syllabi for the courses taught in your yoga therapy training program. A syllabus is an outline of a course, module, or semester in a program. An academic convention, a syllabus can follow a wide variety of formats. Its purpose, however, is to provide the detail about what will be taught in a course and how it will be taught.

By requesting the syllabi (plural of syllabus), the Accreditation Committee’s (AC) goal is to understand the subject matter being taught in your program and the flow of the material as it’s presented to your students. The AC compares a program’s syllabi to the identified competencies the program addresses. This process validates that the competencies a program states it addresses are covered by the subject matter outlined in the syllabi.

(Copy imported from pasted Word text - applied Arial size 11 pt font)

 

 

Suggestions for Writing a Syllabus

 

Section 12 of the online application for accreditation asks you to attach the syllabi for the courses taught in your yoga therapy training program. A syllabus is an outline of a course, module, or semester in a program. An academic convention, a syllabus can follow a wide variety of formats. Its purpose, however, is to provide the detail about what will be taught in a course and how it will be taught.

By requesting the syllabi (plural of syllabus), the Accreditation Committee’s (AC) goal is to understand the subject matter being taught in your program and the flow of the material as it’s presented to your students. The AC compares a program’s syllabi to the identified competencies the program addresses. This process validates that the competencies a program states it addresses are covered by the subject matter outlined in the syllabi.

(Copy imported from pasted Word text - applied Arial size 3: 12 pt font)

 

Suggestions for Writing a Syllabus

Section 12 of the online application for accreditation asks you to attach the syllabi for the courses taught in your yoga therapy training program. A syllabus is an outline of a course, module, or semester in a program. An academic convention, a syllabus can follow a wide variety of formats. Its purpose, however, is to provide the detail about what will be taught in a course and how it will be taught.

(Copy imported from pasted Word text - applied Tahoma size 11 pt font)

 

By requesting the syllabi (plural of syllabus), the Accreditation Committee’s (AC) goal is to understand the subject matter being taught in your program and the flow of the material as it’s presented to your students. The AC compares a program’s syllabi to the identified competencies the program addresses. This process validates that the competencies a program states it addresses are covered by the subject matter outlined in the syllabi.

(Copy imported from pasted Word text - applied Verdana size 11 pt font)