It's all in the title basically. There's an interesting topic called systolic geometry that has grown a lot in the past 30 years, with a (first?) textbook on the subject by M.Katz (AMS 2007).

So I was wondering what would a semester-long graduate course typically cover, assuming knowledge of basic Riemannian geometry.

I haven't been able to find much information online: Katz has a second semester graduate course which doesn't quite cover the same ground as the book. Has there been other courses on the topic elsewhere?