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If I write I am taking the  Science of Grief in a sentence, do I use italics or quotation marks ?  Thanks for your help. Don

Hi Don, you don't necessarily have to use either, actually. However, if you wanted to emphasize that it's the name of a course and you wanted to call it out, then you can use either one. They are both equally acceptable.

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