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15268 ANTH 121 56A

3.0

Cultural Anthropology
 
T
 
 
 
 
 
6:00-9:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
OFFCP 42 PRINCE
Garcia,
Justin D.
25
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min

course books

  Transportation required for off campus classes
 
11057 ANTH 122 01

3.0

Physical Anthropology
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 201
Garcia,
Justin D.
3
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
14441 ANTH 122 02

3.0

Physical Anthropology
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
12:00-12:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 201
Garcia,
Justin D.
16
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
10994 ANTH 123 0

3.0

Introduction To Archaeology
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 110
Trussell,
Timothy
24
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
10995 ANTH 123 01

3.0

Introduction To Archaeology
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 110
Trussell,
Timothy
19
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
11636 ANTH 233 01

3.0

Topics: Collapse Of Civs
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 205
Trussell,
Timothy
7
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
15844 ANTH 235 01

3.0

Historic Archaeology
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
10:50-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 205
Trussell,
Timothy
Closed
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7079 ART 100 01

3.0

Art in Culture
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 260
Leitzke,
Heidi N.
85
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Not for ART/ARTE majors
 
15496 ART 282 01

3.0

Sculpture 1
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-3:40pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
BREID 112
Bruntse,
Line
Closed
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7457 ART 291 01

3.0

Intro: Fine Art Metals/Jewelry
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
1:00-3:30pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
BREID 201
McDonah,
Becky I.
1
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
14929 ART 291 03

3.0

Intro: Fine Art Metals/Jewelry
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-3:40pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
BREID 201
McDonah,
Becky I.
3
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
9290 ART 295 01

3.0

Ceramics:Hand Building
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
9:00-11:30am
01/21/20-05/09/20
BREID B100
Bayless,
Emily
Closed
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7133 ART 297 01

3.0

Ceramics 2
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
1:00-3:30pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
BREID B100
Bayless,
Emily
7

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ART 296 OR ART 295
 
7086 BIOL 100 01

3.0

General Biology
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
2:00-2:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 210
Ramos-Sepulveda,
Laura S.
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take one lab from the following: .01A-.01F.    No credit for BIOL 100 if BIOL 101 was taken.    Not for BIOL majors.
 
7087 BIOL 100 01A

0.0

General Biology:Lab
 
T
 
 
 
 
 
8:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 280
Ramos-Sepulveda,
Laura S.
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take BIOL 100.01    No credit for BIOL 100 if BIOL 101 was taken.    Not for BIOL majors.
 
7088 BIOL 100 01B

0.0

General Biology:Lab
 
T
 
 
 
 
 
1:00-2:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 280
Ramos-Sepulveda,
Laura S.
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take BIOL 100.01    No credit for BIOL 100 if BIOL 101 was taken.    Not for BIOL majors.
 
7090 BIOL 100 01C

0.0

General Biology:Lab
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
5:00-6:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 280
Hepfer,
Carol E.
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take BIOL 100.01    No credit for BIOL 100 if BIOL 101 was taken.    Not for BIOL majors.
 
13622 BIOL 100 01D

0.0

General Biology:Lab
 
 
 
R
 
 
 
8:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 280
Ramos-Sepulveda,
Laura S.
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take BIOL 100.01    No credit for BIOL 100 if BIOL 101 was taken.    Not for BIOL majors.
 
17510 BIOL 100 01F

0.0

General Biology:Lab
 
 
 
 
F
 
 
1:00-2:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 280
Hepfer,
Carol E.
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take BIOL 100.01.    No credit for BIOL 100 if BIOL 101 was taken.    Not for BIOL majors.
 
13624 BIOL 100 02A

0.0

General Biology:Lab
M
 
 
 
 
 
 
3:00-4:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 280
Piperberg,
Joel B.
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take BIOL 100.02    No credit for BIOL 100 if BIOL 101 was taken.    Not for BIOL majors.
 
13626 BIOL 100 02C

0.0

General Biology:Lab
 
T
 
 
 
 
 
5:00-6:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 280
Hepfer,
Carol E.
4
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take BIOL 100.02    No credit for BIOL 100 if BIOL 101 was taken.    Not for BIOL majors.
 
13627 BIOL 100 02D

0.0

General Biology:Lab
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
3:00-4:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 280
Piperberg,
Joel B.
2
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take BIOL 100.02    No credit for BIOL 100 if BIOL 101 was taken.    Not for BIOL majors.
 
13628 BIOL 100 02E

0.0

General Biology:Lab
M
 
 
 
 
 
 
8:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 280
Fogell,
Heather E.
12
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take BIOL 100.02.    No credit for BIOL 100 if BIOL 101 was taken.    Not for BIOL majors.
 
13629 BIOL 100 02F

0.0

General Biology:Lab
 
 
 
 
F
 
 
10:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 280
Hepfer,
Carol E.
5
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take BIOL 100.02.    No credit for BIOL 100 if BIOL 101 was taken.    Not for BIOL majors.
 
13631 BIOL 100 03B

0.0

General Biology:Lab
 
T
 
 
 
 
 
3:00-4:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 280
Smith,
Matthew E.
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take BIOL 100.03.    No credit for BIOL 100 if BIOL 101 was taken.    Not for BIOL majors.
 
13633 BIOL 100 03D

0.0

General Biology:Lab
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
8:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 280
Fogell,
Heather E.
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take BIOL 100.03.    No credit for BIOL 100 if BIOL 101 was taken.    Not for BIOL majors.
 
14554 BIOL 204 50A

3.0

Human Biology
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
01/21/20-05/09/20
ONLINE DIST LRNG
Hoover,
John E.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G2 - Science & Technology Area
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: BIOL 100 OR BIOL 101 OR BIOL 100H OR BPE 100    AND ENGL 110 OR ENGL 110H OR ENG 110    MUOnline    Computer with webcam & microphone required for exams.    Not for BIOL majors.
 
13954 BIOL 207 50A

3.0

Human Sexuality
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
01/21/20-05/09/20
ONLINE DIST LRNG
Piperberg,
Joel B.
Closed
2L - 200-level
CDC - Diversity Requirement
G2 - Science & Technology Area
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: BIOL 100 OR BIOL 101 OR BIOL 100H OR BPE 100    AND ENGL 110 OR ENG 110 OR ENGL 110H    MUOnline    Computer with webcam & microphone required for exams.    Not for BIOL majors.
 
7108 BIOL 221 01

4.0

Concepts of Botany
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
2:35-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 261
Hardy,
Christopher R.
Closed
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: BIOL 100 OR BIOL 100H OR BIOL 101 OR BPE 100    Also take one lab from the following: .01A-.01C
 
7109 BIOL 221 01A

0.0

Concepts of Botany:Lab
M
 
 
 
 
 
 
1:00-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 279
Hardy,
Christopher R.
Closed
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: BIOL 100 OR BIOL 100H OR BIOL 101 OR BPE 100    Also take BIOL 221.01
 
7110 BIOL 221 01B

0.0

Concepts of Botany:Lab
 
T
 
 
 
 
 
9:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 279
Hardy,
Christopher R.
Closed
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: BIOL 100 OR BIOL 100H OR BIOL 101 OR BPE 100    Also take BIOL 221.01
 
7111 BIOL 221 01C

0.0

Concepts of Botany:Lab
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
1:00-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 279
Hardy,
Christopher R.
Closed
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: BIOL 100 OR BIOL 100H OR BIOL 101 OR BPE 100    Also take BIOL 221.01
 
9744 BIOL 255 01

4.0

Human Anat and Physiology 2:Le
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
1:00-1:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
BROSS 102
Lehman,
Heather L.
11

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: BIOL 254    Also take one lab from the following: .01A - .01B
 
10423 BIOL 255 01A

0.0

Human Anat and Physiology 2:La
 
 
 
 
W
W
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
9:00-11:50am
9:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 113
CAPUT 129
Lehman,
Heather L.
7

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: BIOL 254    Also take BIOL 255.01
 
13282 BIOL 255 01B

0.0

Human Anat and Physiology 2:La
 
 
 
 
 
 
R
R
 
 
 
 
 
 
1:00-3:50pm
1:00-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 113
CAPUT 129
Weise Cross,
Laura M.
4

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: BIOL 254    Also take BIOL 255.01
 
17470 BUAD 101A 01

3.0

Introduction to Business
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 303
Dillon,
D M.
20
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
ENTR - Entrepreneurship Minor

course books

  Does not count for BUAD major credit
 
17471 BUAD 101A 02

3.0

Introduction to Business
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
2:00-2:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 303
Dillon,
D M.
40
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
ENTR - Entrepreneurship Minor

course books

  Does not count for BUAD major credit
 
14248 CHEM 101 01

3.0

Chem!Better Things/Better Lvng
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 149
Kennedy,
Steven M.
19
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
ENTR - Entrepreneurship Minor

course books

 
8044 CHEM 104 01

3.0

Gen Organic and Biochem 2
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
8:00-8:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
BROSS 102
Miller,
Aimee L.
1
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: CHEM 103 OR CHEM 111    Also take CHEM 104.01A or .01B
 
9209 CHEM 104 01A

0.0

Gen Organic and Biochem 2:Lab
 
 
 
 
F
 
 
8:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 331
Miller,
Aimee L.
1
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: CHEM 103 OR CHEM 111    Also take CHEM 104.01
 
8603 CHEM 111 01

4.0

Introductory Chemistry 1
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
BROSS 102
Rickard,
Lyman H.
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 211    OR MATH 311 OR MPT 160 OR MPT 161 AND CHEM 110    OR CPT 111    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: MATH 211 OR MATH 311    Also take one of the following recitation/labs: .01A-.01C
 
7762 CHEM 111 01A

0.0

Introductory Chemistry 1:Re/La
 
 
 
 
W
W
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2:00-2:50pm
3:00-4:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 153
CAPUT 328
Rickard,
Lyman H.

Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 211    OR MATH 311 OR MPT 160 OR MPT 161 AND CHEM 110    OR CPT 111    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: MATH 211 OR MATH 311    Also take CHEM 111.01
 
7772 CHEM 111 01B

0.0

Introductory Chemistry 1:Re/La
 
 
 
 
 
 
R
R
 
 
 
 
 
 
9:00-9:50am
10:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 154
CAPUT 328
Rickard,
Lyman H.

Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 211    OR MATH 311 OR MPT 160 OR MPT 161 AND CHEM 110    OR CPT 111    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: MATH 211 OR MATH 311    Also take CHEM 111.01
 
7764 CHEM 111 01C

0.0

Introductory Chemistry 1:Re/La
 
 
 
 
 
 
R
R
 
 
 
 
 
 
2:10-3:00pm
3:10-5:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 153
CAPUT 328
Rickard,
Lyman H.

Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 211    OR MATH 311 OR MPT 160 OR MPT 161 AND CHEM 110    OR CPT 111    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: MATH 211 OR MATH 311    Also take CHEM 111.01
 
13429 CHEM 111 02

4.0

Introductory Chemistry 1
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
2:00-2:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 149
Schiza,
Maria V.
7
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 211    OR MATH 311 OR MPT 160 OR MPT 161 AND CHEM 110    OR CPT 111    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: MATH 211 OR MATH 311    Also take one lab from the following: .02A-.02B
 
13433 CHEM 111 02A

0.0

Introductory Chemistry 1:Re/La
 
 
T
T
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
9:00-9:50am
10:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 154
CAPUT 328
Schiza,
Maria V.
Sipe,
Jack W.
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 211    OR MATH 311 OR MPT 160 OR MPT 161 AND CHEM 110    OR CPT 111    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: MATH 211 OR MATH 311    Also take CHEM 111.02
 
11102 CHEM 111 02B

0.0

Introductory Chemistry 1:Re/La
 
 
T
T
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2:10-3:00pm
3:10-5:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 153
CAPUT 328
Schiza,
Maria V.
Sipe,
Jack W.
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 211    OR MATH 311 OR MPT 160 OR MPT 161 AND CHEM 110    OR CPT 111    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: MATH 211 OR MATH 311    Also take CHEM 111.02
 
7765 CHEM 112 01

4.0

Introductory Chemistry 2
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
9:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 149
Elioff,
Michael S.
12
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: CHEM 111    Also take one recitation/lab from the following: .01A-.01C
 
7766 CHEM 112 01A

0.0

Introductory Chemistry 2:Re/La
M
M
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1:00-1:50pm
2:00-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 153
CAPUT 332
Elioff,
Michael S.

Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: CHEM 111    Also take CHEM 112.01
 
7767 CHEM 112 01B

0.0

Introductory Chemistry 2:Re/La
 
 
T
T
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
8:30-9:20am
9:30-11:20am
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 153
CAPUT 332
Elioff,
Michael S.

7
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: CHEM 111    Also take CHEM 112.01
 
13985 CHEM 112 01C

0.0

Introductory Chemistry 2:Re/La
 
 
T
T
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1:10-2:00pm
2:10-4:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 153
CAPUT 332
Elioff,
Michael S.

5
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: CHEM 111    Also take CHEM 112.01
 
7776 CHEM 231 01

4.0

Organic Chemistry 1
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
9:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
BROSS 102
Kennedy,
Steven M.
Closed
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: CHEM 112    Also take one of the following labs: .01A-.01B
 
7777 CHEM 231 01A

0.0

Organic Chemistry 1:Lab
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
2:00-4:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 331
Kennedy,
Steven M.
Closed
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: CHEM 112    Also take CHEM 231.01
 
12634 CHEM 231 01B

0.0

Organic Chemistry 1:Lab
 
 
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-4:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 331
Kennedy,
Steven M.
Closed
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: CHEM 112    Also take CHEM 231.01
 
7781 CHEM 251 01

3.0

Inorganic Chemistry 1
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 153
Rajaseelan,
R E.
Closed

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: CHEM 112    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: CHEM 112    Offered in spring
 
7782 CHEM 265 01

4.0

Quantitative Analysis
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
8:00-8:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 149
Mbindyo,
Jeremiah K.
10
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: CHEM 112    Also take one lab from the following: .01A-.01C
 
7783 CHEM 265 01A

0.0

Quantitative Analysis:Lab
M
 
 
 
 
 
 
1:00-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 223
Mbindyo,
Jeremiah K.
4
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: CHEM 112    Also take CHEM 265.01    Offered in spring and summer    Reserved for CHEM majors
 
7784 CHEM 265 01B

0.0

Quantitative Analysis:Lab
 
T
 
 
 
 
 
9:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 223
Mbindyo,
Jeremiah K.
Closed
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: CHEM 112    Also take CHEM 265.01    Offered in spring and summer
 
10173 CHEM 265 01C

0.0

Quantitative Analysis:Lab
 
T
 
 
 
 
 
1:10-4:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 223
Mbindyo,
Jeremiah K.
6
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: CHEM 112    Also take CHEM 265.01    Offered in spring and summer
 
7001 COMM 100 04

3.0

Fundamentals of Speech:Lec
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
BREID 104
Igyor,
Gerard A.
1
SPCH - Speech Requirement (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take one from the following: .04A-.04D
 
7921 COMM 100 04A

0.0

Fundamentals of Speech:Rec
 
 
 
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 010
Igyor,
Gerard A.
Closed
SPCH - Speech Requirement (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take COMM 100.04
 
7922 COMM 100 04B

0.0

Fundamentals of Speech:Rec
M
 
 
 
 
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 012
Igyor,
Gerard A.
Closed
SPCH - Speech Requirement (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take COMM 100.04
 
7923 COMM 100 04C

0.0

Fundamentals of Speech:Rec
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 012
Igyor,
Gerard A.
1
SPCH - Speech Requirement (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take COMM 100.04
 
7924 COMM 100 04D

0.0

Fundamentals of Speech:Rec
 
 
 
 
F
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 012
Igyor,
Gerard A.
Closed
SPCH - Speech Requirement (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take COMM 100.04
 
11772 COMM 100 05

3.0

Fundamentals of Speech:Lec
 
T
 
 
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
BREID 104
Capecce,
Victor P.
Closed
SPCH - Speech Requirement (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take one of the following: .05A-.05C
 
15873 COMM 100 05A

0.0

Fundamentals of Speech:Rec
 
 
 
R
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 150
Capecce,
Victor P.
Closed
SPCH - Speech Requirement (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take COMM 100.05
 
15874 COMM 100 05B

0.0

Fundamentals of Speech:Lab
 
T
 
 
 
 
 
10:50-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 150
Capecce,
Victor P.
Closed
SPCH - Speech Requirement (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take COMM 100.05
 
15875 COMM 100 05C

0.0

Fundamentals of Speech:Rec
 
 
 
R
 
 
 
10:50-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 150
Capecce,
Victor P.
Closed
SPCH - Speech Requirement (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take COMM 100.05
 
12647 COMM 100 07

3.0

Fundamentals of Speech
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
unavailable
 
STAFF Cancel
SPCH - Speech Requirement (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
12638 COMM 100 10

3.0

Fundamentals of Speech
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 013
Yang,
Ping
Closed
SPCH - Speech Requirement (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
15518 COMM 100 50A

3.0

Fundamentals of Speech
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
01/21/20-05/09/20
ONLINE DIST LRNG
Woodall,
Lowery A.
Closed
SPCH - Speech Requirement (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  MU Online    Reserved for NURS students or by permission of instructor
 
7375 COMM 100 56A

3.0

Fundamentals of Speech
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
unavailable
 
STAFF Cancel
SPCH - Speech Requirement (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Must have transportation for off-campus location
 
7376 COMM 101 01

3.0

Introduction to Communication
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
2:00-2:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 013
Hughes,
Jessica M.
Closed
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7927 COMM 201 01

3.0

Theory of Communication
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
4:00-5:15pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 212
Wood,
Jennifer F.
18
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: COMM 100 OR COMM 100H AND COMM 101    Open to all majors
 
13406 COMM 203 0

3.0

Small Group Communication
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
01/21/20-05/09/20
BLEND COURSE
Hughes,
Jessica M.
4
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
CDC - Diversity Requirement
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ENGL 110H OR ENG 110 OR ENGL 110    Also register for recitation 0A, 0B    Blended format - some online work required    Course meets face to face on dates TBA    Remainder of course is online
 
16358 COMM 203 0A

0.0

Small Group Communication:Rec
M
 
 
 
 
 
 
9:00-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 211
Hughes,
Jessica M.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
CDC - Diversity Requirement
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ENGL 110H OR ENG 110 OR ENGL 110    Also register for COMM 203.0
 
16359 COMM 203 0B

0.0

Small Group Communication:Rec
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
9:00-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 211
Hughes,
Jessica M.
4
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
CDC - Diversity Requirement
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ENGL 110H OR ENG 110 OR ENGL 110    Also register for COMM 203.0
 
14632 COMM 220 02

3.0

Survey of Mass Media
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 212
Machado,
James E.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
ENTR - Entrepreneurship Minor

course books

 
14404 COMM 230 01

3.0

International Broadcasting
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
4:00-5:15pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 150
Igyor,
Gerard A.
19
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min

course books

  Prerequisite: ENGL 110 OR ENG 110 OR ENGL 110H    COMM, INTL majors/minors only or permission of instructor
 
12981 COMM 251 01

3.0

Public Relations I: Intro PR
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 212
Boyle,
Thomas P.
4
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
ENTR - Entrepreneurship Minor

course books

  Prerequisite: COMM 100 OR COMM 100H
 
14018 COMM 251 02

3.0

Public Relations I: Intro PR
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
3:00-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 017
Boyle,
Thomas P.
28
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
ENTR - Entrepreneurship Minor

course books

  Prerequisite: COMM 100 OR COMM 100H
 
7928 CSCI 101 01

4.0

Problem Solving with Comp
 
M
 
 
 
W
 
 
F
 
 
 
 
 
8:00-9:50am
8:00-8:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 154
RODDY 154
Nguyen,
John C.
8
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
ENTR - Entrepreneurship Minor

course books

 
7694 CSCI 140 01

4.0

Discrete Structures
M
 
 
T
 
 
 
 
F
 
 
 
 
 
1:00-1:50pm
1:10-3:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 147
RODDY 147
Hardy,
Nazli W.

Closed

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 163H    OR MPT 160 OR MPT 161
 
15324 CSCI 140 02

4.0

Discrete Structures
M
 
 
 
 
W
 
 
F
 
 
 
 
 
2:00-2:50pm
1:00-2:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 147
RODDY 147
Hardy,
Nazli W.
Closed

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 163H    OR MPT 160 OR MPT 161
 
16375 CSCI 140 03

4.0

Discrete Structures
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
6:30-8:20pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 136
Stone,
Ray T.
5

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 163H    OR MPT 160 OR MPT 161
 
7697 CSCI 161 01

4.0

Introduction to Programming 1
M
 
 
 
 
W
 
 
F
 
 
 
 
 
9:00-9:50am
8:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 147
RODDY 147
Liffick,
Blaise W.

Closed
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 163H    OR MPT 161 OR MPT 160    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: MATH 163H
 
7698 CSCI 161 02

4.0

Introduction to Programming 1
 
 
 
T
 
 
R
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
3:10-5:00pm
3:10-5:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 136
RODDY 147
Rogers,
Thomas J.
Closed
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 163H    OR MPT 161 OR MPT 160    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: MATH 163H
 
7699 CSCI 161 03

4.0

Introduction to Programming 1
 
 
 
T
 
 
R
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
5:10-7:00pm
5:10-7:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 136
RODDY 147
Rogers,
Thomas J.
5
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 163H    OR MPT 161 OR MPT 160    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: MATH 163H
 
7700 CSCI 162 01

4.0

Introduction to Programming 2
M
 
 
 
 
W
 
 
F
 
 
 
 
 
10:00-10:50am
10:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 147
RODDY 147
Zoppetti,
Gary M.

Closed
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: CSCI 161
 
7701 CSCI 162 02

4.0

Introduction to Programming 2
M
 
 
 
 
 
 
R
F
 
 
 
 
 
11:00-11:50am
10:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 147
RODDY 147
Zoppetti,
Gary M.

18
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: CSCI 161
 
15323 CSCI 162 03

4.0

Introduction to Programming 2
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
5:00-6:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 147
Schwartz,
Stephanie M.
Closed
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: CSCI 161
 
7223 ECON 101 0

3.0

Principles of Macroeconomics
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 204
McPherson,
Sandra J.
Closed
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7224 ECON 101 01

3.0

Principles of Macroeconomics
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
12:00-12:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 204
McPherson,
Sandra J.
Closed
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7226 ECON 101 02

3.0

Principles of Macroeconomics
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
2:00-3:15pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 201
Madden,
Kirsten K.
11
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
10943 ECON 101 03

3.0

Principles of Macroeconomics
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
3:30-4:45pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 201
Madden,
Kirsten K.
17
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
13271 ECON 101 04

3.0

Principles of Macroeconomics
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
5:00-6:15pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 201
Madden,
Kirsten K.
35
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7227 ECON 101 05

3.0

Principles of Macroeconomics
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
10:50-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 133
Suliman,
Osman
Closed
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7228 ECON 101 06

3.0

Principles of Macroeconomics
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-2:25pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 133
Suliman,
Osman
12
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7229 ECON 102 0

3.0

Principles of Microeconomics
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
9:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 133
Baker,
Ronald J.
Closed
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
ENTR - Entrepreneurship Minor

course books

 
7230 ECON 102 01

3.0

Principles of Microeconomics
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 133
Baker,
Ronald J.
Closed
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
ENTR - Entrepreneurship Minor

course books

 
7231 ECON 102 02

3.0

Principles of Microeconomics
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
2:00-3:15pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 305
Smith,
Kenneth W.
7
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
ENTR - Entrepreneurship Minor

course books

 
7232 ECON 102 03

3.0

Principles of Microeconomics
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
8:00-9:15am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 303
Baker,
Ronald J.
3
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
ENTR - Entrepreneurship Minor

course books

 
7233 ECON 102 04

3.0

Principles of Microeconomics
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 201
Gumpper,
Michael R.
7
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
ENTR - Entrepreneurship Minor

course books

 
7234 ECON 102 05

3.0

Principles of Microeconomics
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
10:50-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 201
Gumpper,
Michael R.
9
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
ENTR - Entrepreneurship Minor

course books

 
8091 ECON 102 06

3.0

Principles of Microeconomics
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
2:35-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 305
Gumpper,
Michael R.
24
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
ENTR - Entrepreneurship Minor

course books

 
11707 ECON 225 01

3.0

Comparative Economic Systems
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
3:30-4:45pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 305
Smith,
Kenneth W.
4
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min

course books

  Prerequisite: ECON 101 OR ECON 101H AND ENGL 110 OR ENG 110    OR ENGL 110H
 
7235 ECON 231 01

3.0

Applied Statistcs 1
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 235
McPherson,
Sandra J.
20
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Reserved for ECON majors & others with faculty permission
 
17555 EDFN 179 56

1.0 TO 3.0

Found of Success: Prep For Fut
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:45-3:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
OFFCP MCCASKEY
Wimer,
Jeffrey W.
Witmer,
Miriam M.
28 PRM
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Must have off campus transportation    Course is held at McCaskey HS    Reserved for McCaskey students
 
7856 EDTE 291 01

3.0

Found of Techn and Engring Ed
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
8:00-9:15am
01/21/20-05/09/20
OSBUR 208
Litowitz,
Leonard S.
5

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
FIEL - Field Component

course books

  Updated clearances (Act 34/Act 151/FBI clearances and TB    test result) which must be valid for entire spring semester,    must be on record with Field Services by Jan. 3, 2020.    Follow the submission procedure and deadlines outlined by    Field Services or you will be dropped from the class.
 
14490 EHEM 201 50A

3.0

Intro to Emergency Mgmt
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
01/21/20-05/09/20
ONLINE DIST LRNG
Jumper,
Jeffrey A.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ENG 110 OR ENGL 110 OR ENGL 110H    MUOnline
 
16021 EHEM 201 50C

3.0

Intro to Emergency Mgmt
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
01/21/20-05/09/20
ONLINE DIST LRNG
Jumper,
Jeffrey A.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ENG 110 OR ENGL 110 OR ENGL 110H    MUOnline
 
12733 ENGL 110 0

3.0

English Composition
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 210
Mando,
Justin
Closed
COMP - English Composition (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7030 ENGL 110 02

3.0

English Composition
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-2:25pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 013
Halden-Sullivan,
Judith A.
Closed
COMP - English Composition (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7032 ENGL 110 04

3.0

English Composition
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
2:35-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 013
Halden-Sullivan,
Judith A.
Closed
COMP - English Composition (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7038 ENGL 110 10

3.0

English Composition
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
8:00-9:15am
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 010
Baldys,
Emily M.
Closed
COMP - English Composition (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7866 ENGL 110 14

3.0

English Composition
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
9:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 210
Mayers,
Timothy R.
Closed
COMP - English Composition (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
15461 ENGL 110 16

3.0

English Composition
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 010
Baldys,
Emily M.
Closed
COMP - English Composition (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
11715 ENGL 110 17

3.0

English Composition
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 210
Mayers,
Timothy R.
Closed
COMP - English Composition (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7046 ENGL 110 18

3.0

English Composition
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 150
Pfannenstiel,
A Nicole
Closed
COMP - English Composition (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7867 ENGL 110 20

3.0

English Composition
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
10:50-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 210
Mando,
Justin
Closed
COMP - English Composition (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
11717 ENGL 110 22

3.0

English Composition
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 011
Bowen,
Gregory A.
1
COMP - English Composition (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
11718 ENGL 110 23

3.0

English Composition
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 150
Corkery,
Caleb A.
Closed
COMP - English Composition (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
15462 ENGL 110 24

3.0

English Composition
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 213
Ording,
Dominic T.
1
COMP - English Composition (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
12148 ENGL 110 25

3.0

English Composition
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
12:00-12:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 011
Bowen,
Gregory A.
Closed
COMP - English Composition (G4)
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7390 ENGL 220 01

3.0

Introduction to Language Study
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
3:00-4:15pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 013
Bowen,
Gregory A.
5
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
13924 ENGL 232 01

3.0

World Literature 2
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
12:00-12:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 213
Ording,
Dominic T.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min

course books

  Prerequisite: ENGL 110H OR ENG 110 OR ENGL 110
 
15892 ENGL 234 01

3.0

Later English Literature
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-2:25pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 150
Baldys,
Emily M.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ENGL 110H OR ENG 110 OR ENGL 110
 
16007 ENGL 236 01

3.0

Later American Literature
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
2:35-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 212
Rineer,
Carla M.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ENGL 110H OR ENG 110 OR ENGL 110
 
15464 ENGL 242 01

3.0

Reading Our World: Gender/Sexu
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
3:00-4:15pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 211
Ording,
Dominic T.
1
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
WSTU - Women's & Gender Studies Minor

course books

  Prerequisite: ENG 110 OR ENGL 110 OR ENGL 110H
 
15465 ENGL 242 02

3.0

Reading Our World: Gender/Sexu
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
4:30-5:45pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 211
Ording,
Dominic T.
6
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
WSTU - Women's & Gender Studies Minor

course books

  Prerequisite: ENG 110 OR ENGL 110 OR ENGL 110H
 
15894 ENGL 242 05

3.0

Reading Our World:Dystopias
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 011
McCollum-Clark,
Kim L.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ENG 110 OR ENGL 110 OR ENGL 110H
 
16446 ENGL 242 06

3.0

Reading Our World:Dystopias
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
10:50-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 012
McCollum-Clark,
Kim L.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ENG 110 OR ENGL 110 OR ENGL 110H
 
13914 ENGL 272 01

3.0

Introduction to Writng Studies
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
2:00-2:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 012
Mayers,
Timothy R.
1
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ENGL 110 OR ENG 110 OR ENGL 110H
 
15471 ENGL 274 01

3.0

The Craft of Writing
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
CHRYS 109
Archibald,
William C.
14
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ENG 110 OR ENGL 110 OR ENGL 110H    Creative Non Fiction
 
10358 ENGL 292 01

3.0

Science Fiction
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
HASH 211
Miller,
Timothy C.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ENG 110 OR ENGL 110H OR ENGL 110
 
14216 ENTR 201 01

3.0

The Art of Entrepreneurship
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
11:00-12:15pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
LUEK 118
Capecce,
Victor P.
Closed
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
16430 ERCH 110 56A

3.0

Intro to Early Childhood Ed
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
unavailable
 
STAFF Cancel PRM
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
FIEL - Field Component

course books

  Reserved for Red Lion School District students.
 
15135 ESCI 102 01

3.0

Origin and Evoltn of the Earth
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
1:00-1:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 149
Marquez,
L L.
48
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
8235 ESCI 104 01

3.0

The World Ocean
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 210
Kumar,
Ajoy
69
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min

course books

 
12901 ESCI 104 02

3.0

The World Ocean
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
3:00-4:15pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
BROSS 102
Kumar,
Ajoy
21
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min

course books

 
10930 ESCI 105 01

1.0

World Ocean Laboratory
M
 
 
 
 
 
 
1:00-2:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
BROSS 02
Vaillancourt,
Robert D.
2
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ESCI 104    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: ESCI 104    Mandatory corequisite: ESCI 104
 
14813 ESCI 105 03

1.0

World Ocean Laboratory
 
T
 
 
 
 
 
1:00-2:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
BROSS 02
Kumar,
Ajoy
10
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ESCI 104    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: ESCI 104    Mandatory corequisite: ESCI 104
 
7829 ESCI 107 01

3.0

The Atmosphere
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
10:50-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 210
Sikora,
Todd D.
2
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  No credit if ESCI 109 taken
 
8237 ESCI 109 01

4.0

Atmosphere with Lab
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
10:50-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 210
Sikora,
Todd D.
2
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take one lab from the following: .01A, .01B, .01C.    No credit if ESCI 107 taken
 
8625 ESCI 109 01A

0.0

Atmosphere with Lab:Lab
 
T
 
 
 
 
 
3:10-5:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 400
Horst,
Eric J.
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take ESCI 109.01
 
8626 ESCI 109 01B

0.0

Atmosphere with Lab:Lab
M
 
 
 
 
 
 
3:00-4:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 400
Sikora,
Todd D.
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take ESCI 109.01
 
11662 ESCI 109 01C

0.0

Atmosphere with Lab:Lab
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
3:00-4:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 400
Horst,
Eric J.
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take ESCI 109.01
 
13878 ESCI 202 50A

3.0

The Earth in Space
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
01/21/20-05/09/20
ONLINE DIST LRNG
Clark,
Richard D.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MPT 161 OR MATH 161 OR MPT 151    OR MATH 151 OR MPT 163 OR MATH 163H OR MATH 204    MUOnline    Prerequisite: grade of C- min or permission of instructor
 
7834 ESCI 221 01

4.0

Physical Geology
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-2:25pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
BROSS 102
Marquez,
L L.
9
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take ESCI 221.01A or ESCI 221.01B
 
7836 ESCI 221 01A

0.0

Physical Geology:Lab
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
1:00-2:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 161
Earman,
Samuel B.
8
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take ESCI 221.01
 
17526 ESCI 226 01

3.0

Geology of Earth Resources
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
unavailable
 
STAFF Cancel

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ESCI 221
 
7830 ESCI 245 50A

3.0

Environmental Meteorology
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
01/21/20-05/09/20
ONLINE DIST LRNG
Yalda,
Sepideh
Closed
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 110 OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 163H    MUOnline    Prerequisite: grade of C- min.
 
8004 ESCI 261 01

4.0

Intro to Oceanography
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
10:50-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
BROSS 102
Vaillancourt,
Robert D.
7
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 160 OR MATH 151 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 163H    OR MATH 165H OR MATH 155H    Also take ESCI 261.01A    Prerequisite: grade of C- min.
 
10448 ESCI 261 01A

0.0

Intro to Oceanography:Lab
 
 
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-3:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
BROSS 02
Vaillancourt,
Robert D.
7
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 160 OR MATH 151 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 163H    OR MATH 165H OR MATH 155H    Also take ESCI 261.01    Prerequisite: grade of C- min.
 
7335 FREN 102 0

3.0

Elementary French 2
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 132
Gaudry,
Christine M.
14
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: FREN 101 OR FPT 102    2 years of H.S. French may be substituted for prerequisite
 
16317 FREN 202 01

3.0

Intermediate French 2
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
1:00-1:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 110
Gaudry,
Christine M.
25
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: FREN 201 OR FPT 202
 
17429 FREN 333 0

3.0

French Civilization 3
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-2:25pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 110
Gaudry,
Christine M.
25

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: FREN 202 OR FREN 351
 
13698 GEOG 101 01

3.0

The Global Environment
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
2:00-2:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 204
Frost,
Ethan E.
6
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min

course books

  Blended format - some online work required    Course meets face to face on dates TBA    Remainder of course is online.
 
12699 GEOG 120 0

3.0

Human Geography
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
9:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 203
Cuthbert,
Angela L.
4
CDC - Diversity Requirement
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min

course books

 
12700 GEOG 120 01

3.0

Human Geography
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 203
Cuthbert,
Angela L.
2
CDC - Diversity Requirement
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min

course books

  Some online work required.
 
9966 GEOG 141 02

3.0

World Regional Geography
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 132
Kelly,
Jessica J.
31
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min

course books

  Remainder of course is online. Online work is required.
 
9186 GEOG 202 0

3.0

Environmental Sustainability
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 203
Schreiber,
Kathleen V.
25
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Some additional online work required.
 
14417 GEOG 230 01

3.0

Physical Geography
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 203
Frost,
Ethan E.
29
2L - 200-level
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min

course books

  Some additional online work required.
 
17505 GEOG 230 50A

3.0

Physical Geography
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
01/21/20-05/09/20
ONLINE DIST LRNG
Frost,
Ethan E.
2
2L - 200-level
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min

course books

  MUOnline
 
8088 GEOG 281 01

3.0

Map Interpretation and Analys
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
10:50-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 132
Geiger,
Charles J.
28
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Some additional online work required.
 
16400 GEOG 281 02

3.0

Map Interpretation and Analys
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-2:25pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 132
Geiger,
Charles J.
27
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Some additional online work required.
 
16164 GEOG 292 01

3.0

Quantitative and Spatl Analys
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
2:36-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 212
Geiger,
Charles J.
7
2L - 200-level
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: GEOG 281
 
13700 GEOG 295 0

3.0

GIS I: Vector Data Analysis
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
10:50-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 212
Frost,
Ethan E.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: GEOG 281    Some additional online work required.
 
17507 GEOG 296 01

3.0

GIS II: Raster Data Analysis
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
12:00-12:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 212
Kelly,
Jessica J.
12

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: GEOG 295 OR ESCI 281
 
7339 GERM 202 01

3.0

Intermediate German 2
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
12:00-12:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 205
Nimmrichter,
Susanne J.
23
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: GERM 201 OR GPT 202
 
14349 GERM 460 01

3.0

Intro to Transltn and Interprt
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-2:25pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 205
Nimmrichter,
Susanne J.
26

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: GERM 351 AND GERM 352
 
8077 GOVT 112 0

3.0

Intro to State and Local Govt
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 134
Greenawalt,
Charles E.
21
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
8438 GOVT 112 01

3.0

Intro to State and Local Govt
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 134
Greenawalt,
Charles E.
19
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
8078 GOVT 231 01

3.0

Intro to Political Theory
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
12:00-12:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 203
Bagchi,
Nivedita
Closed
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
15111 GOVT 231 02

3.0

Intro to Political Theory
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
unavailable
 
STAFF Cancel
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
12690 GOVT 241 01

3.0

Publc Admin and Publc Service
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
1:00-1:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 304
Greenawalt,
Charles E.
15
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ENGL 110 OR ENG 110 OR ENGL 110H
 
17440 GOVT 279 01

3.0

Women and American Politics
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
2:00-2:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 203
Bagchi,
Nivedita
22

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7241 HIST 101 0

3.0

Europe and the World 1350-1789
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 300
Maxwell,
Clarence V.
16
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7242 HIST 101 01

3.0

Europe and the World 1350-1789
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
2:35-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 206
Maxwell,
Clarence V.
18
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7246 HIST 102 0

3.0

Europe and World 1789-Present
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
9:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 201
Adyanga,
Onek C.
5
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min

course books

 
7245 HIST 102 01

3.0

Europe and World 1789-Present
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 201
Adyanga,
Onek C.
24
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min

course books

 
13706 HIST 106 0

3.0

Contours of US History
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-2:35pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 134
Davis,
Robyn L.
25
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7906 HIST 106 01

3.0

Contours of US History
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 132
Davis,
Robyn L.
14
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7905 HIST 106 50A

3.0

Contours of US History
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
01/21/20-05/09/20
ONLINE DIST LRNG
Frankum,
Ronald B.
21
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  MUOnline
 
14721 HIST 206 50A

3.0

World Culture & Relign to 1500
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
01/21/20-05/09/20
ONLINE DIST LRNG
Sommar,
Mary E.
2
2L - 200-level
CDC - Diversity Requirement
G3 - Social Sciences Area
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
HSAA - History Asia, Africa, Latin Am
HSEU - History European Elective

course books

  Prerequisite: ENGL 110 OR ENG 110 OR ENGL 110H    MUOnline
 
17433 HIST 206 50B

3.0

World Culture & Relign to 1500
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
01/21/20-05/09/20
ONLINE DIST LRNG
Sommar,
Mary E.
3
2L - 200-level
CDC - Diversity Requirement
G3 - Social Sciences Area
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
HSAA - History Asia, Africa, Latin Am
HSEU - History European Elective

course books

  Prerequisite: ENGL 110 OR ENG 110 OR ENGL 110H    MUOnline
 
14722 HIST 214 50A

3.0

History of Christianity
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
01/21/20-05/09/20
ONLINE DIST LRNG
Sommar,
Mary E.
Closed
CDC - Diversity Requirement
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
HSAA - History Asia, Africa, Latin Am
HSEU - History European Elective

course books

  MUOnline
 
15883 HIST 218 01

3.0

People and the Environment
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
10:50-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 206
Kevorkian,
Tanya E.
8
G3 - Social Sciences Area
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
HSUS - History U.S. Elective

course books

  Prerequisite: ENG 110 OR ENGL 110 OR ENGL 110H
 
17434 HIST 218 02

3.0

People and the Environment
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-2:25pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 305
Kevorkian,
Tanya E.
13
G3 - Social Sciences Area
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
HSUS - History U.S. Elective

course books

  Prerequisite: ENG 110 OR ENGL 110 OR ENGL 110H
 
14282 HIST 222 01

3.0

Modern Britain
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
9:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 305
Shelor,
Erin J.
20
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
HSEU - History European Elective
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min

course books

 
14283 HIST 222 02

3.0

Modern Britain
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 305
Shelor,
Erin J.
14
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
HSEU - History European Elective
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min

course books

 
17435 HIST 242 50B

3.0

Soviet Union
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
01/21/20-05/09/20
ONLINE DIST LRNG
Khiterer,
Victoria M.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
HSAA - History Asia, Africa, Latin Am
HSEU - History European Elective
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min

course books

  MUOnline
 
17436 HIST 242 50C

3.0

Soviet Union
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
01/21/20-05/09/20
ONLINE DIST LRNG
Khiterer,
Victoria M.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
HSAA - History Asia, Africa, Latin Am
HSEU - History European Elective
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min

course books

  MUOnline
 
14285 HIST 250 01

3.0

Women in American History
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 119
Weis,
Tracey M.
3
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
HSUS - History U.S. Elective
WSTU - Women's & Gender Studies Minor

course books

  Prerequisite: ENGL 110 OR ENG 110 OR ENGL 110H
 
14286 HIST 250 02

3.0

Women in American History
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-2:25pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 119
Weis,
Tracey M.
2
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
HSUS - History U.S. Elective
WSTU - Women's & Gender Studies Minor

course books

  Prerequisite: ENGL 110 OR ENG 110 OR ENGL 110H
 
16331 HIST 286 01

3.0

War,
Revolution and Terrorism
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
1:00-1:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 205
Adyanga,
Onek C.
Closed
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
HSAA - History Asia, Africa, Latin Am

course books

 
15506 HUMN 110 01

3.0

French Fairy Tales
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
10:50-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 134
Gaudry,
Christine M.
2
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
17430 HUMN 280 01

3.0

Spanish Literature in English
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
3:00-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 110
Antolin,
Marco A.
23
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min

course books

 
13780 ITEC 110 01

3.0

Communication/Info Systems
M
M
 
 
W
W
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
3:30-5:35pm
3:30-5:35pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
OSBUR 307
OSBUR 304
Painter,
Donna M.
11

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
11927 ITEC 110 02

3.0

Communication/Info Systems
 
 
T
T
 
 
R
R
 
 
 
 
 
 
10:00-12:05pm
10:00-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
OSBUR 307
OSBUR 304
Bell,
Thomas P.
3

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
8012 ITEC 130 01

3.0

Prod Materials and Process
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
10:00-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
OSBUR 216
Johnson,
Alex
Closed

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
14355 ITEC 252 01

3.0

Web Publishing Systems
M
M
 
 
W
W
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1:10-3:15pm
1:10-3:15pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
OSBUR 307
OSBUR 304
Painter,
Donna M.
1

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ITEC 110
 
13772 ITEC 271 01

3.0

Nonmetallic Materials
 
 
T
T
 
 
R
R
 
 
 
 
 
 
1:10-3:15pm
1:10-3:15pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
OSBUR 216
OSBUR 302
Johnson,
Alex
Closed

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ITEC 130
 
12683 MATH 100 01

3.0

Survey of Mathematical Ideas
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
8:00-9:15am
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 261
Umble,
Ronald N.
58
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 090 OR MPT 100 OR MPT 102    MATH 102 and MATH 100 may not both be taken for GE credit    Prerequisite:C- or better in MATH 090 or MPT 100 or MPT 102    No credit in G2 for SCI/MATH majors
 
8680 MATH 100 02

3.0

Survey of Mathematical Ideas
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 261
Umble,
Ronald N.
16
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 090 OR MPT 100 OR MPT 102    MATH 102 and MATH 100 may not both be taken for GE credit    Prerequisite:C- or better in MATH 090 or MPT 100 or MPT 102    No credit in G2 for SCI/MATH majors
 
11575 MATH 100 56A

3.0

Survey of Mathematical Ideas
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
6:15-9:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
OFFCP 42 PRINCE
Shao,
Zhoude
16
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 090 OR MPT 100 OR MPT 102    MATH 102 and MATH 100 may not both be taken for GE credit    Prerequisite:C- or better in MATH 090 or MPT 100 or MPT 102    No credit in G2 for SCI/MATH majors    Students must have transportation to off-campus location
 
7471 MATH 101 01

3.0

College Algebra
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
9:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 115
Moss,
Erin R.
Closed

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MPT 101 OR MATH 090    Limited to certain majors and does not count under GEN ED    Prerequisite:C- or better in MATH 090 or MPT 101
 
7472 MATH 101 02

3.0

College Algebra
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 115
Moss,
Erin R.
1

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MPT 101 OR MATH 090    Limited to certain majors and does not count under GEN ED    Prerequisite:C- or better in MATH 090 or MPT 101
 
12543 MATH 101 03

3.0

College Algebra
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 201
Washington,
H T.
Closed

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MPT 101 OR MATH 090    Limited to certain majors and does not count under GEN ED    Prerequisite:C- or better in MATH 090 or MPT 101
 
8946 MATH 101 04

3.0

College Algebra
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
12:00-12:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 201
Washington,
H T.
Closed

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MPT 101 OR MATH 090    Limited to certain majors and does not count under GEN ED    Prerequisite:C- or better in MATH 090 or MPT 101
 
13511 MATH 101 05

3.0

College Algebra
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
1:00-1:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 218
Catepillan,
Ximena P.
6

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MPT 101 OR MATH 090    Limited to certain majors and does not count under GEN ED    Prerequisite:C- or better in MATH 090 or MPT 101
 
14642 MATH 101 06

3.0

College Algebra
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
2:00-2:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 218
Catepillan,
Ximena P.
14

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MPT 101 OR MATH 090
 
7892 MATH 101 56A

3.0

College Algebra
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
6:15-7:30pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
OFFCP 42 PRINCE
Han,
Zhigang
25

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MPT 101 OR MATH 090    Limited to certain majors and does not count under GEN ED    Must have transportation for off-campus class    Prerequisite:C- or better in MATH 090 or MPT 101
 
13893 MATH 102 56A

3.0

Math in Non-European Cultures
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
W
W
W
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
5:00-7:35pm
5:00-7:35pm
5:00-7:35pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
02/05/20-02/05/20
02/12/20-02/12/20
02/19/20-02/19/20
BLEND COURSE
Catepillan,
Ximena P.



Closed
CDC - Diversity Requirement
G2 - Science & Technology Area
AFAM - African American Studies Minor
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min
LATS - Latino/a Studies Minor

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 090 OR MPT 100    Students must have transportation to off-campus location    Blended Format (some online work required)    Face-to-face classes on dates listed    Remainder of class meets online    MATH 102 and MATH 100 may not both be taken for GE credit    Contact instructor for information.
 
7475 MATH 104 01

3.0

Fundamentals of Math 1
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
1:00-1:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 104
Moss,
Erin R.
12
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MPT 104    Testing required for registration -- see Registration Info    Reserved for ELED/ERCH/MDLV/ELSP/SPED majors
 
7476 MATH 104 02

3.0

Fundamentals of Math 1
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
2:00-2:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 104
Wismer,
Michael G.
Closed
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MPT 104    Testing required for registration -- see Registration Info    Reserved for ELED/ERCH/MDLV/ELSP/SPED majors
 
7479 MATH 105 01

3.0

Fundamentals of Math 2
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
10:50-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 104
Washington,
H T.
Closed
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 104    Reserved for ELED, ELSP and SPED majors    Testing required for students who transferred MATH 104 to MU    Prerequisite:C or better in MATH 104 & MPT 104    Permission of department chairman in lieu of prerequisites
 
13731 MATH 105 02

3.0

Fundamentals of Math 2
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-2:25pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 104
Washington,
H T.
Closed
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 104    Reserved for ELED, ELSP and SPED majors    Testing required for students who transferred MATH 104 to MU    Prerequisite:C or better in MATH 104 & MPT 104    Permission of department chairman in lieu of prerequisites
 
8591 MATH 130 01

3.0

Elements of Statistics 1
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
9:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 201
Shao,
Zhoude
Closed
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MPT 130 OR MATH 100 OR MATH 102    OR MATH 104 OR MATH 105 OR MATH 110 OR MATH 151    OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 163H OR MATH 155H    OR MATH 166H OR MATH 171 OR MATH 1XX
 
8593 MATH 130 02

3.0

Elements of Statistics 1
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 115
Wismer,
Michael G.
Closed
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MPT 130 OR MATH 100 OR MATH 102    OR MATH 104 OR MATH 105 OR MATH 110 OR MATH 151    OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 163H OR MATH 155H    OR MATH 166H OR MATH 171 OR MATH 1XX
 
12685 MATH 130 03

3.0

Elements of Statistics 1
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
12:00-12:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 115
Wismer,
Michael G.
Closed
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MPT 130 OR MATH 100 OR MATH 102    OR MATH 104 OR MATH 105 OR MATH 110 OR MATH 151    OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 163H OR MATH 155H    OR MATH 166H OR MATH 171 OR MATH 1XX
 
16383 MATH 130 56A

3.0

Elements of Statistics 1
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
4:30-5:45pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
OFFCP 42 PRINCE
Heitmann,
Noel F.
11
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MPT 130 OR MATH 100 OR MATH 102    OR MATH 104 OR MATH 105 OR MATH 110 OR MATH 151    OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 163H OR MATH 155H    OR MATH 166H OR MATH 171 OR MATH 1XX    Students must have transportation to off-campus location
 
7491 MATH 151 03

4.0

Calculus for Management
M
T
 
R
F
 
 
12:00-12:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 112
Han,
Zhigang
Closed
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MPT 151    Prerequisite:C- or better in MATH 101 or MPT 151
 
7488 MATH 151 04

4.0

Calculus for Management
M
T
 
R
F
 
 
1:00-1:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 112
Han,
Zhigang
Closed
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MPT 151    Prerequisite:C- or better in MATH 101 or MPT 151
 
11585 MATH 151 56A

4.0

Calculus for Management
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
6:00-7:45pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
OFFCP 42 PRINCE
Schultz,
Delray J.
Closed
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MPT 151    Must have transportation for off-campus class    Prerequisite:C- or better in MATH 101 or MPT 151
 
14447 MATH 160 03

4.0

Precalculus
M
T
 
R
F
 
 
12:00-12:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 219
Zhan,
Mingquan
Closed
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MPT 160    Prerequisite:C- or better in MATH 101 or MPT 160
 
13360 MATH 160 56A

4.0

Precalculus
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
6:15-8:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
OFFCP 42 PRINCE
Zhan,
Mingquan
5
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MPT 160    Students must have transportation to off-campus location    Prerequisite:C- or better in MATH 101 or MPT 160
 
7498 MATH 161 01

4.0

Calculus 1
M
T
 
R
F
 
 
8:00-8:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 219
Buchanan,
J R.
Closed
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 160 OR MPT 161    Prerequisite:C- or better in MATH 160 or MPT 161
 
7501 MATH 161 04

4.0

Calculus 1
M
T
 
R
F
 
 
12:00-12:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 101
Heitmann,
Noel F.
Closed
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 160 OR MPT 161    Prerequisite:C- or better in MATH 160 or MPT 161
 
7502 MATH 161 05

4.0

Calculus 1
M
T
 
R
F
 
 
1:00-1:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 101
Heitmann,
Noel F.
Closed
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 160 OR MPT 161    Prerequisite:C- or better in MATH 160 or MPT 161
 
9314 MATH 211 01

4.0

Calculus 2
M
T
 
R
F
 
 
8:00-8:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 115
Zhan,
Mingquan
21
2L - 200-level
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MPT 211 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 163H    Prerequisite:C- or better in MATH 161 or MATH 163H
 
13732 MATH 211 02

4.0

Calculus 2
M
T
 
R
F
 
 
9:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 101
Zhan,
Mingquan
12
2L - 200-level
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MPT 211 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 163H
 
9311 MATH 211 03

4.0

Calculus 2
M
T
 
R
F
 
 
2:00-2:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 115
Ikenaga,
Bruce M.
16
2L - 200-level
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MPT 211 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 163H    Prerequisite:C- or better in MATH 161 or MATH 163H
 
7510 MATH 235 01

3.0

Survey of Statistics
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
8:00-8:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 201
Fenwick,
James W.
13
2L - 200-level
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MPT 151
 
7511 MATH 235 02

3.0

Survey of Statistics
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
9:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 112
Fenwick,
James W.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MPT 151
 
7509 MATH 235 04

3.0

Survey of Statistics
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
10:50-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 201
Robinson,
Kevin S.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MPT 151
 
13984 MATH 235 05

3.0

Survey of Statistics
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-2:25pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 201
Robinson,
Kevin S.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MPT 151
 
14639 MATH 235 56A

3.0

Survey of Statistics
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
6:15-7:30pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
OFFCP 42 PRINCE
Robinson,
Kevin S.
22
2L - 200-level
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 101 OR MPT 151    Transportation required for off campus class
 
7513 MATH 236 01

3.0

Elements of Statistics 2
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 201
Fenwick,
James W.
26
2L - 200-level
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 130 OR MATH 235
 
7520 MATH 301 01

3.0

History of Mathematics
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
5:00-6:15pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 104
Wismer,
Michael G.
13
P - Perspectives
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 151 OR MATH 161 OR MATH 163H AND ENGL 110    OR ENG 110 OR ENGL 110H AND COMM 100H OR COMM 100    Perspectives: COMM 100, ENGL 110 & Junior class standing
 
9412 MATH 301H 02

3.0

Hnrs:History of Mathematics
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
5:00-6:15pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 104
Wismer,
Michael G.
13
P - Perspectives
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ENGL 110 OR ENG 110 OR ENGL 110H AND MATH 163H    OR MATH 151 OR MATH 161 AND COMM 100H OR COMM 100    Reserved for Honors College and others with 3.35 GPA    Perspectives: COMM 100, ENGL 110 & Junior class standing
 
9315 MATH 310 01

3.0

Intro to Mathematical Proof
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
1:00-1:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 115
Ikenaga,
Bruce M.
3
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 162 OR MATH 211 AND ENGL 110H OR ENG 110    OR ENGL 110
 
9318 MATH 311 01

4.0

Calculus 3
M
T
 
R
F
 
 
8:00-8:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 200
Cardwell,
Antonia E.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 211    Prerequisite:C- or better in MATH 211
 
9321 MATH 311 02

4.0

Calculus 3
M
T
 
R
F
 
 
12:00-12:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 200
Cardwell,
Antonia E.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 211    Prerequisite:C- or better in MATH 211
 
9317 MATH 322 01

4.0

Linear Algebra 1
M
T
 
R
 
 
 
6:25-7:30pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 219
Catepillan,
Ximena P.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 311    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: MATH 311
 
9325 MATH 333 01

4.0

Probablity and Statistics
M
T
 
R
F
 
 
8:00-8:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 101
Robinson,
Kevin S.
15

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 311
 
7521 MATH 345 01

3.0

Abstract Algebra 1
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
2:35-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 112
Han,
Zhigang
20

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 322 AND MATH 310
 
7522 MATH 355 01

3.0

Transformational Geometry
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-2:25pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 200
Umble,
Ronald N.
25

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 322 AND MATH 310
 
7523 MATH 365 01

3.0

Ordinary Differential Equation
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
12:00-12:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 218
Shao,
Zhoude
4

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 311
 
17530 MATH 372 01

3.0

Financial Mathematics I
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
9:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 219
Buchanan,
J R.
22

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 211
 
15950 MATH 375 01

3.0

Numerical Analysis
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 115
Heitmann,
Noel F.
14

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 261 OR MATH 311 AND MATH 242 OR MATH 322    AND CSCI 161
 
15132 MATH 419 01

1.0

Actuarial Science Seminar
 
T
 
 
 
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 200
Schultz,
Delray J.
22

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 435    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: MATH 435
 
7525 MATH 435 01

3.0

Mathematical Statistics 2
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 201
Schultz,
Delray J.
14

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 335
 
7526 MATH 464 01

3.0

Real Analysis 1
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
WICKE 200
Cardwell,
Antonia E.
14

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 311 AND MATH 345
 
14326 MATH 472 56

3.0

Financial Mathematics II
 
T
 
 
 
 
 
6:15-9:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
OFFCP 42 PRINCE
Buchanan,
J R.
34

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 335 OR MATH 333 AND MATH 372
 
10372 MILS 102 01

1.0

Intro to Military Science 2
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
8:50-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
STAYE 104
Rivard,
Allan M.
23

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
17422 MILS 102 02

1.0

Intro to Military Science 2
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
10:00-11:00am
01/21/20-05/09/20
STAYE 104
Rivard,
Allan M.
26

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
17423 MILS 102 56A

1.0

Intro to Military Science 2
M
 
 
 
 
 
 
1:30-2:30pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
OFFCP YORK
Rivard,
Allan M.
30

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
16352 MUSI 202 02

3.0

American Broadway Musicals
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
unavailable
 
STAFF Cancel
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
17547 MUSI 202 03

3.0

American Broadway Musicals
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
9:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
WVPAC 202
Banks,
Christine A.
48
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
13331 OSEH 120 01

3.0

Fund of Safety,
Hlth,
Env Issues
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
9:30-10:45am
01/21/20-05/09/20
OSBUR 200
Fasano,
Amy S.
Closed
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
13989 OSEH 120 03

3.0

Fund of Safety,
Hlth,
Env Issues
 
 
 
R
 
 
 
6:00-9:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
OSBUR 200
Ogutu,
Jack O.
18
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
8018 OSEH 221 01

3.0

Fire Prevention
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
1:00-2:15pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
OSBUR 308
Legutko,
Betty-Jo
Closed

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
8643 OSEH 221 02

3.0

Fire Prevention
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-2:25pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
OSBUR 308
Legutko,
Betty-Jo
Closed

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
12372 PHIL 100 01

3.0

Introduction to Philosophy
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
4:00-5:15pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 133
Miller,
Jennifer A.
9
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
10276 PHIL 100 02

3.0

Introduction to Philosophy
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
6:00-9:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 133
Miller,
Jennifer A.
38
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7257 PHIL 100 03

3.0

Introduction to Philosophy
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 202
Kaiser Ortiz,
John W.
26
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7258 PHIL 100 04

3.0

Introduction to Philosophy
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
10:50-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 202
Kaiser Ortiz,
John W.
14
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
14771 PHIL 201 01

3.0

Philosophical Psychology
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 202
Ward,
Charles F.
23
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
12727 PHIL 202 56A

3.0

Love and Sexuality
 
 
 
R
 
 
 
6:00-9:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
OFFCP 42 PRINCE
Miller,
Jennifer A.
17
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Students must have transportation to off-campus location
 
17432 PHIL 280 01

3.0

Business & Professional Ethics
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
unavailable
 
STAFF Cancel
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
17515 PHYS 101 01

3.0

Survey of Physics
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 211
Dushkina,
Natalia M.
21
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
14258 PHYS 103 01

4.0

Elements of Physics
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 149
Li,
Xin
1
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take PHYS 103.01A    No credit in block G2 for the majors in the following    departments: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science,    Earth Science, Math or Physics.
 
14259 PHYS 103 01A

0.0

Lab: Elements of Physics
 
 
 
 
F
 
 
12:00-1:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 227
Li,
Xin
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Also take lecture PHYS 103.01
 
15936 PHYS 103 01B

0.0

Elements of Physics:Lab
 
 
 
 
F
 
 
2:00-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 227
Li,
Xin
1
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7796 PHYS 117 01

3.0

General Astronomy
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
12:00-12:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 149
Hendrick,
Sean P.
63
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  No credit in G2 for SCI/TECH majors    Offered in fall and spring
 
15937 PHYS 131 01

4.0

Physics 1 with Algebra:Lec
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
9:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 211
Gilani,
Tariq H.
1
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MPT 111 OR MATH 151 OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161    OR MATH 211 OR MATH 311 OR MATH 110    Students must register for one lecture, one recitation, and    one lab section.
 
15938 PHYS 131 01A

0.0

Physics 1 with Algebra:Rec
 
 
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-2:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 261
Gilani,
Tariq H.
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MPT 111 OR MATH 151 OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161    OR MATH 211 OR MATH 311 OR MATH 110
 
15939 PHYS 131 01B

0.0

Physics 1 with Algebra:Rec
 
 
 
R
 
 
 
2:10-3:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 211
Gilani,
Tariq H.
11
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MPT 111 OR MATH 151 OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161    OR MATH 211 OR MATH 311 OR MATH 110
 
15940 PHYS 131 02A

0.0

Physics 1 with Algebra:Lab
M
 
 
 
 
 
 
2:00-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 227
Li,
Xin
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MPT 111 OR MATH 151 OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161    OR MATH 211 OR MATH 311 OR MATH 110
 
15941 PHYS 131 02B

0.0

Physics 1 with Algebra:Lab
M
 
 
 
 
 
 
4:00-5:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 227
Nasir,
Fariha
1
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MPT 111 OR MATH 151 OR MATH 160 OR MATH 161    OR MATH 211 OR MATH 311 OR MATH 110
 
7797 PHYS 132 01

4.0

Physics 2 with Algebra
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
9:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 210
Nasir,
Fariha
3
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: PHYS 131 OR PHYS 231    Also take one recitation (.01A-.01C) and one lab (.02A-.02E)    Offered in spring and summer
 
7798 PHYS 132 01A

0.0

Physics 2:Recitation
 
 
 
R
 
 
 
8:00-8:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 286
Dushkina,
Natalia M.
7
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: PHYS 131 OR PHYS 231    Also take PHYS 132.01 and PHYS 132 laboratory    Offered in spring and summer
 
7799 PHYS 132 01B

0.0

Physics 2:Recitation
 
 
 
R
 
 
 
10:50-11:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 261
Dushkina,
Natalia M.
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: PHYS 131 OR PHYS 231    Also take PHYS 132.01 and PHYS 132 laboratory    Offered in spring and summer
 
7800 PHYS 132 01C

0.0

Physics 2:Recitation
 
 
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-2:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 211
Nasir,
Fariha
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: PHYS 131 OR PHYS 231    Also take PHYS 132.01 and PHYS 132 laboratory    Offered in spring and summer
 
7802 PHYS 132 02A

0.0

Physics 2:Lab
M
 
 
 
 
 
 
1:00-2:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 247
Uy,
Zenaida E.
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: PHYS 131 OR PHYS 231    Also take PHYS 132.01 and PHYS 132 recitation    Offered in spring and summer
 
7804 PHYS 132 02B

0.0

Physics 2:Lab
M
 
 
 
 
 
 
6:00-7:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 247
Dushkina,
Natalia M.
Closed
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: PHYS 131 OR PHYS 231    Also take PHYS 132.01 and PHYS 132 recitation    Offered in spring and summer
 
7803 PHYS 132 02C

0.0

Physics 2:Lab
 
T
 
 
 
 
 
8:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 247
Dushkina,
Natalia M.
1
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: PHYS 131 OR PHYS 231    Also take PHYS 132.01 and PHYS 132 recitation    Offered in spring and summer
 
7808 PHYS 231 01

5.0

Physics 1 with Calculus
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 256
Hendrick,
Sean P.
Closed
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 161 OR MATH 163H    Also take one recitation (.01A-.01B) and one lab (.02A-.02B)    Offered in fall, spring and summer
 
7809 PHYS 231 01A

0.0

Physics 1 with Calculus:Rec
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
1:00-1:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 153
Li,
Xin
Closed
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 161 OR MATH 163H    Also take PHYS 231.01 and PHYS 231 laboratory    Offered in fall, spring and summer
 
7811 PHYS 231 02A

0.0

Physics 1 with Calculus:Lab
 
T
 
 
 
 
 
4:00-6:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 227
Hendrick,
Sean P.
Closed
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: MATH 161 OR MATH 163H    Also take PHYS 231.01 and PHYS 231 recitation    Offered in fall, spring and summer
 
7821 PHYS 232 01

5.0

Physics 2 with Calculus
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 261
Uy,
Zenaida E.
6
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: PHYS 231 AND MATH 162 OR MATH 211    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: MATH 162 OR MATH 211    Also take one recitation (.01A-.01C) and one lab (.02A-.02C)    Offered in fall, spring and summer
 
7822 PHYS 232 01A

0.0

Physics 2 with Calculus:Rec
 
T
 
 
 
 
 
9:25-10:15am
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 258
Uy,
Zenaida E.
14
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: PHYS 231 AND MATH 162 OR MATH 211    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: MATH 162 OR MATH 211    Also take PHYS 232.01 and PHYS 232 laboratory    Offered in fall, spring and summer
 
7823 PHYS 232 01B

0.0

Physics 2 with Calculus:Rec
 
T
 
 
 
 
 
1:10-2:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 211
Uy,
Zenaida E.
5
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: PHYS 231 AND MATH 162 OR MATH 211    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: MATH 162 OR MATH 211    Also take PHYS 232.01 and PHYS 232 laboratory    Offered in fall, spring and summer
 
9737 PHYS 232 01C

0.0

Physics 2 with Calculus:Rec
 
T
 
 
 
 
 
3:00-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
CAPUT 211
Uy,
Zenaida E.
Closed
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: PHYS 231 AND MATH 162 OR MATH 211    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: MATH 162 OR MATH 211    Also take PHYS 232.01 and PHYS 232 laboratory    Offered in fall, spring and summer
 
7824 PHYS 232 02A

0.0

Physics 2 with Calculus:Lab
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
1:00-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 247
Uy,
Zenaida E.
Closed
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: PHYS 231 AND MATH 162 OR MATH 211    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: MATH 162 OR MATH 211    Also take PHYS 232.01 and PHYS 232 recitation    Offered in fall, spring and summer
 
7825 PHYS 232 02B

0.0

Physics 2 with Calculus:Lab
 
 
 
R
 
 
 
2:35-5:25pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 247
Goksu,
Mehmet I.
1
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: PHYS 231 AND MATH 162 OR MATH 211    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: MATH 162 OR MATH 211    Also take PHYS 232.01 and PHYS 232 recitation    Offered in fall, spring and summer
 
9738 PHYS 232 02C

0.0

Physics 2 with Calculus:Lab
 
 
 
R
 
 
 
6:00-8:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 247
Goksu,
Mehmet I.
5
2L - 200-level
L - Laboratory Component
G2 - Science & Technology Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: PHYS 231 AND MATH 162 OR MATH 211    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: MATH 162 OR MATH 211    Also take PHYS 232.01 and PHYS 232 recitation    Offered in fall, spring and summer
 
7813 PHYS 233 01

3.0

Wave-Particle Theory
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
9:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 256
Goksu,
Mehmet I.
14

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: PHYS 232 AND MATH 261 OR MATH 311    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: MATH 261 OR MATH 311    Offered in spring
 
7814 PHYS 266 01

3.0

Electronics
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
8:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
RODDY 246
Gilani,
Tariq H.
8

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: PHYS 132 OR PHYS 232 AND MATH 161    Prerequisite that may be taken as a corequisite: MATH 161    Offered in spring
 
13929 PSYC 100 02

3.0

General Psychology
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
LUEK 115
Rush,
Karena S.
15
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7556 PSYC 100 03

3.0

General Psychology
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
LUEK 115
Rush,
Karena S.
1
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7557 PSYC 100 05

3.0

General Psychology
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
10:50-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
LUEK 115
Hsiao,
Carolyn M.
Closed
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7555 PSYC 100 06

3.0

General Psychology
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-2:25pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
LUEK 115
Forsyth,
Peggy D.
3
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7558 PSYC 100 07

3.0

General Psychology
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
2:00-2:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
LUEK 115
Kaiser,
Lauren T.
28
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7572 PSYC 227 06

3.0

Devlopmnt Child and Adolescent
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
LUEK 200
Kaiser,
Lauren T.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: PSYC 100 OR PSYC 100H    If you received credit for PSYC 228, do not take PSYC 227
 
8646 PSYC 227 07

3.0

Devlopmnt Child and Adolescent
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
LUEK 200
Kaiser,
Lauren T.
12
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: PSYC 100 OR PSYC 100H    If you received credit for PSYC 228, do not take PSYC 227
 
11283 PSYC 256 0

3.0

Psychology Human Adjustment
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-2:25pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
LUEK 108
Behun,
Richard Joseph
9
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: PSYC 100 OR PSYC 100H
 
11630 PSYC 256 01

3.0

Psychology Human Adjustment
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
2:35-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
LUEK 108
Behun,
Richard Joseph
5
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: PSYC 100 OR PSYC 100H
 
9784 SOCY 101 02

3.0

Introduction to Sociology
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-2:25pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 204
Orr,
Ryan D.
Closed
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
13409 SOCY 101 03

3.0

Introduction to Sociology
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
2:35-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 204
Orr,
Ryan D.
Closed
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
14745 SOCY 211 01

3.0

Social Problems
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 305
Porter,
Aaron C.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ENGL 110 OR ENG 110 OR ENGL 110H
 
7368 SOCY 211 50A

3.0

Social Problems
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
01/21/20-05/09/20
ONLINE DIST LRNG
Porter,
Aaron C.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: ENGL 110 OR ENG 110 OR ENGL 110H    MUOnline
 
15502 SOCY 216 01

3.0

Human Population
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
1:00-1:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 202
Mahaffy,
Kimberly A.
13
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
INTL - International Studies Maj/Min
LATS - Latino/a Studies Minor

course books

 
8471 SOWK 102 01

3.0

Modern Social Welfare Dilemmas
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
10:50-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
STAYE 111
Ogongi,
Wanja
25
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
11752 SOWK 102 50A

3.0

Modern Social Welfare Dilemmas
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
01/21/20-05/09/20
ONLINE DIST LRNG
Ogongi,
Wanja
Closed
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  MUOnline
 
7347 SPAN 101 0

3.0

Elementary Spanish 1
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
9:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 205
Amell,
Amaya
4
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
7345 SPAN 101 01

3.0

Elementary Spanish 1
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 205
Amell,
Amaya
13
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
17431 SPAN 101 50A

3.0

Elementary Spanish 1
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
01/21/20-05/09/20
ONLINE DIST LRNG
Valentin Marquez,
Wilfredo
Closed
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  MUOnline
 
7348 SPAN 102 0

3.0

Elementary Spanish 2
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
12:00-12:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 110
Antolin,
Marco A.
14
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: SPAN 101 OR SPT 102    2 years of H.S. Spanish may be substituted for prerequisite
 
16323 SPAN 102 01

3.0

Elementary Spanish 2
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
2:00-2:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 110
Antolin,
Marco A.
20
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: SPAN 101 OR SPT 102
 
14350 SPAN 201 01

3.0

Intermediate Spanish 1
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
3:00-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 134
Valentin Marquez,
Wilfredo
16
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
LATS - Latino/a Studies Minor

course books

  Prerequisite: SPAN 102 OR SPT 201
 
14712 SPAN 202 01

3.0

Intermediate Spanish 2
M
 
W
 
F
 
 
1:00-1:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 134
Valentin Marquez,
Wilfredo
17
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS
LATS - Latino/a Studies Minor

course books

  Prerequisite: SPAN 201 OR SPT 202
 
14352 SPAN 332 01

3.0

Spanish Civlizatn & Culture 2
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
2:35-3:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 110
Antolin,
Marco A.
Closed
CDC - Diversity Requirement
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: SPAN 202 OR SPAN 351
 
11126 SPAN 352 01

3.0

Composition and Oral Express 2
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
10:50-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 110
Amell,
Amaya
Closed
2L - 200-level
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
W - Writing Component
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: SPAN 351 AND ENGL 110 OR ENG 110 OR ENGL 110H
 
17539 SPAN 379 01

3.0

Exp: Spanish Cinema
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 110
Amell,
Amaya
9

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: SPAN 351 OR SPAN 352    Study of the sociological, cultural and political forces    that have inspired cinematic representations of contemporary    Spanish cultures and social realities such as immigration    and exile, globalization, women's roles in contemporary    society, and experiences of war and violence, among other    themes.
 
14353 SPAN 460 01

3.0

Translation and Interpretation
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
6:00-7:15pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
MCCOM 110
Valentin Marquez,
Wilfredo
19

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: SPAN 351 AND SPAN 352
 
14413 THEA 120 01

3.0

Stagecraft
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
4:00-5:15pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
WVPAC B105
Boyer,
Adam P.
24
G1 - Arts & Humanities Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
16079 THEA 201 01

1.0

Theatre Production Practicum
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
01/21/20-05/09/20
 
Boyer,
Adam P.
24

HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Prerequisite: THEA 120    Time/Date/Location to be determined    Crosslisted with THEA 120 Stage Craft
 
7971 WELL 175 01

3.0

Wellness: Stress Management
 
M
 
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
9:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
BLEND COURSE
PUCIL 211
Keefer,
Daniel J.

Closed
WELL - Wellness Requirement
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Stress Management    WELL 175 can be taken only once for credit    Blended format (some online work required)    Course meets face to face on dates listed
 
7972 WELL 175 02

3.0

Wellness: Racket Sports
 
M
 
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
9:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
BLEND COURSE
PUCIL 209
Schaeffer,
Stratton C.

4
WELL - Wellness Requirement
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Racket Sports    WELL 175 can be taken only once for credit    Blended format - some online work required    Course meets face to face on dates listed
 
7973 WELL 175 03

3.0

Wellness: Personal Fitness
 
M
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
F
 
 
 
 
TBA
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
BLEND COURSE
PUCIL 208
Wimer,
Jeffrey W.
13
WELL - Wellness Requirement
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Personal Fitness    WELL 175 can be taken only once for credit    Blended format - some online work required    Course meets face to face on dates listed
 
7974 WELL 175 04

3.0

Wellness: Racket Sports
 
M
 
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
10:00-10:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
BLEND COURSE
PUCIL 209
Schaeffer,
Stratton C.

15
WELL - Wellness Requirement
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Racket Sports    WELL 175 can be taken only once for credit    Blended format - some online work required    Course meets face to face on dates listed
 
7976 WELL 175 07

3.0

Wellness: Stress Management
 
M
 
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
BLEND COURSE
PUCIL 208
Keefer,
Daniel J.

Closed
WELL - Wellness Requirement
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Stress management.    WELL 175 can be taken only once for credit    Blended format - some online work required    Course meets face to face on dates listed
 
12342 WELL 175 08

3.0

Wellness: Racket Sports
 
M
 
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
11:00-11:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
BLEND COURSE
PUCIL 209
Schaeffer,
Stratton C.

Closed
WELL - Wellness Requirement
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Racket Sports    WELL 175 can be taken only once for credit    Blended format - some online work required
 
7982 WELL 175 09

3.0

Wellness: Personal Fitness
M
 
W
 
 
 
 
1:30-2:45pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
PUCIL 211
Halawa,
Abdelhadi A.
14
WELL - Wellness Requirement
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Personal Fitness.    WELL 175 can be taken only once for credit
 
7990 WELL 175 10

3.0

Wellness: Social Dance
 
M
 
 
 
W
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
2:00-2:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
BLEND COURSE
PUCIL 209
Schaeffer,
Stratton C.

10
WELL - Wellness Requirement
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Social Dance    WELL 175 can be taken only once for credit    Blended format - some online work required
 
15551 WELL 175 12

3.0

Wellness: Personal Fitness
M
 
 
 
 
 
 
5:00-8:00pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
PUCIL 211
Halawa,
Abdelhadi A.
22
WELL - Wellness Requirement
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Personal Fitness    WELL 175 may only be taken once for credit
 
7984 WELL 175 14

3.0

Wellness: Personal Fitness
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
9:25-10:40am
01/21/20-05/09/20
PUCIL 211
Halawa,
Abdelhadi A.
29
WELL - Wellness Requirement
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Personal Fitness    WELL 175 can be taken only once for credit
 
7986 WELL 175 15

3.0

Wellness: Tai Chi
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
10:50-12:05pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
PUCIL 211
Wushanley,
Ying
4
WELL - Wellness Requirement
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Racket Sports    WELL 175 can be taken only once for credit    Technology Enhanced - some online work required    Course meets face to face on dates listed
 
7988 WELL 175 16

3.0

Wellness: Personal Fitness
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-2:25pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
PUCIL 211
Halawa,
Abdelhadi A.
14
WELL - Wellness Requirement
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Personal Fitness    WELL 175 can be taken only once for credit
 
7969 WELL 175 18

3.0

Wellness: Personal Fitness
 
M
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
F
 
 
 
 
TBA
9:00-9:50am
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-05/09/20
BLEND COURSE
PUCIL 208
Wimer,
Jeffrey W.
Closed
WELL - Wellness Requirement
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Personal Fitness    WELL 175 can be taken only once for credit    Blended format - some online work required    Course meets face to face on dates listed
 
7970 WELL 175 50A

3.0

Wellness: Personal Fitness
 
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
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01/21/20-05/09/20
01/27/20-01/27/20
02/10/20-02/10/20
02/24/20-02/24/20
03/09/20-03/09/20
03/23/20-03/23/20
04/06/20-04/06/20
04/27/20-04/27/20
ONLINE DIST LRNG
PUCIL 209
PUCIL 209
PUCIL 209
PUCIL 209
PUCIL 209
PUCIL 209
PUCIL 209
Wimer,
Jeffrey W.






11
WELL - Wellness Requirement
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Personal Fitness    WELL 175 can be taken only once for credit    Blended course - online work required    Class meets face to face on dates listed
 
7989 WELL 175 50B

3.0

Wellness: Personal Fitness
 
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
1:00-1:50pm
1:00-1:50pm
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1:00-1:50pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/27/20-01/27/20
02/10/20-02/10/20
02/24/20-02/24/20
03/09/20-03/09/20
03/23/20-03/23/20
04/06/20-04/06/20
04/27/20-04/27/20
ONLINE DIST LRNG
PUCIL 209
PUCIL 209
PUCIL 209
PUCIL 209
PUCIL 209
PUCIL 209
PUCIL 209
Wimer,
Jeffrey W.






13
WELL - Wellness Requirement
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Personal Fitness    WELL 175 can be taken only once for credit    Blended Format    Face-to-face classes meet on dates provided    Remainder of class meets online
 
7987 WELL 175 50C

3.0

Wellness: Personal Fitness
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
01/21/20-05/09/20
ONLINE DIST LRNG
Dupain,
Mandi N.
Closed
WELL - Wellness Requirement
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Personal Fitness    WELL 175 can be taken only once for credit    MUOnline
 
13139 WELL 175 50D

3.0

Wellness: Personal Fitness
 
 
 
T
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
8:00-9:00am
01/21/20-05/09/20
01/21/20-01/21/20
ONLINE DIST LRNG
PUCIL 211
Dupain,
Mandi N.

Closed
WELL - Wellness Requirement
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

  Personal Fitness    WELL 175 can be taken only once for credit    Blended Format    Class meets face-to-face on 1/21/2020.    Remainder of class meets online
 
15916 WELL 175 50E

3.0

Wellness: Personal Fitness
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
TBA
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WELL - Wellness Requirement
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course books

  Personal Fitness    Blended course - meets face to face on dates listed    Remainder of course is online    WELL 175 can be taken only once for credit
 
14431 WSTU 220 01

3.0

Intro to Women's & Gender Stdy
 
T
 
R
 
 
 
1:10-2:25pm
01/21/20-05/09/20
LUEK 118
Kaiser Ortiz,
John W.
Closed
2L - 200-level
G3 - Social Sciences Area
HSCH - Approve for Dual Enrollment HS

course books

 
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Course Description

ANTH 121 56A

Introduces basic concepts and topics: culture, fieldwork, communication, sex roles, social organization, politics, economics, belief systems, culture change and applied anthropology.

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ANTH 122 01

The anthropological study of human evolution: paleoanthropology, primatology and human population genetics, and the study of human variation— the ways humans adapt biologically to their environments. Offered annually.

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ANTH 122 02

The anthropological study of human evolution: paleoanthropology, primatology and human population genetics, and the study of human variation— the ways humans adapt biologically to their environments. Offered annually.

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ANTH 123 0

Introduces methods and theory of contemporary archaeology using examples from Old and New World prehistory. The relationship of archaeology to anthropology is emphasized. Offered annually.

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ANTH 123 01

Introduces methods and theory of contemporary archaeology using examples from Old and New World prehistory. The relationship of archaeology to anthropology is emphasized. Offered annually.

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ANTH 233 01

Examines human cultural evolution before and after the advent of writing, using archaeological and related records. Topics vary from the rise of civilization to the decline of local communities. Offered annually.

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ANTH 235 01

A comparative study of methods and aims in the discipline of historical archaeology (the excavation of sites dating post-1500), including excavation and analysis techniques, approaches to archaeological research, and case studies of specific excavations.

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ART 100 01

A general study of the role of historical and contemporary art in society. Critical analysis of art that addresses the following: What is art? Why is it made? How is it made? What is the context in which it was created? An understanding of the importance of art and of the creative process. Does not count towards any art major. Offered fall, spring, periodically summer.

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ART 282 01

An introduction to sculpture as a three-dimensional form of artistic expression, through a variety of sculptural approaches. Covers the critical, the productive, and the evaluative aspects of sculpture as art. Offered fall, spring.

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ART 291 01

Introduces jewelry and metals as a form of artistic expression. The student seeks creative solutions to visual problems while employing various metal working techniques and media. Emphasizes basic techniques of cutting, piercing, soldering, forging, forming and finishes of non-ferrous metals. Critical analysis and evaluation of jewelry and metal art are central to the course. For both art majors and non-art majors. Offered in fall and spring.

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ART 291 03

Introduces jewelry and metals as a form of artistic expression. The student seeks creative solutions to visual problems while employing various metal working techniques and media. Emphasizes basic techniques of cutting, piercing, soldering, forging, forming and finishes of non-ferrous metals. Critical analysis and evaluation of jewelry and metal art are central to the course. For both art majors and non-art majors. Offered in fall and spring.

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ART 295 01

Introduces ceramic materials and the processes utilizing handbuilding and sculpting methods. Emphasis on the productive, critical, cultural and historical aspects of ceramics as a form of artistic expression. Students seek creative solutions to visual problems. Offered fall, spring.

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ART 297 01

Development of ceramic materials and processes as a means of self expression. Introduces glaze preparation, experimentation and basic glaze chemistry and firing techniques. Prereq: ART 295 or 296.

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BIOL 100 01

An introduction to biology with emphasis on cell structure, metabolism, genetics, behavior, ecology, adaptations, organ systems and evolution. 2 hours lec., 2 hours lab. No credit toward BIOL major.

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BIOL 100 01A

An introduction to biology with emphasis on cell structure, metabolism, genetics, behavior, ecology, adaptations, organ systems and evolution. 2 hours lec., 2 hours lab. No credit toward BIOL major.

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BIOL 100 01B

An introduction to biology with emphasis on cell structure, metabolism, genetics, behavior, ecology, adaptations, organ systems and evolution. 2 hours lec., 2 hours lab. No credit toward BIOL major.

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BIOL 100 01C

An introduction to biology with emphasis on cell structure, metabolism, genetics, behavior, ecology, adaptations, organ systems and evolution. 2 hours lec., 2 hours lab. No credit toward BIOL major.

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BIOL 100 01D

An introduction to biology with emphasis on cell structure, metabolism, genetics, behavior, ecology, adaptations, organ systems and evolution. 2 hours lec., 2 hours lab. No credit toward BIOL major.

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BIOL 100 01F

An introduction to biology with emphasis on cell structure, metabolism, genetics, behavior, ecology, adaptations, organ systems and evolution. 2 hours lec., 2 hours lab. No credit toward BIOL major.

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BIOL 100 02A

An introduction to biology with emphasis on cell structure, metabolism, genetics, behavior, ecology, adaptations, organ systems and evolution. 2 hours lec., 2 hours lab. No credit toward BIOL major.

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BIOL 100 02C

An introduction to biology with emphasis on cell structure, metabolism, genetics, behavior, ecology, adaptations, organ systems and evolution. 2 hours lec., 2 hours lab. No credit toward BIOL major.

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BIOL 100 02D

An introduction to biology with emphasis on cell structure, metabolism, genetics, behavior, ecology, adaptations, organ systems and evolution. 2 hours lec., 2 hours lab. No credit toward BIOL major.

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BIOL 100 02E

An introduction to biology with emphasis on cell structure, metabolism, genetics, behavior, ecology, adaptations, organ systems and evolution. 2 hours lec., 2 hours lab. No credit toward BIOL major.

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BIOL 100 02F

An introduction to biology with emphasis on cell structure, metabolism, genetics, behavior, ecology, adaptations, organ systems and evolution. 2 hours lec., 2 hours lab. No credit toward BIOL major.

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BIOL 100 03B

An introduction to biology with emphasis on cell structure, metabolism, genetics, behavior, ecology, adaptations, organ systems and evolution. 2 hours lec., 2 hours lab. No credit toward BIOL major.

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BIOL 100 03D

An introduction to biology with emphasis on cell structure, metabolism, genetics, behavior, ecology, adaptations, organ systems and evolution. 2 hours lec., 2 hours lab. No credit toward BIOL major.

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BIOL 204 50A

A non-laboratory course in human biology designed specifically for those students planning to specialize in social work, psychology or related fields. An overview of the changes that take place in the course of a human lifetime; basics of human evolution, ecology, behavior, anatomy and physiology of the human organism are discussed. 3 hrs. lec. Offered fall, spring. Prereq: BIOL 100 or BIOL 101, or permission of instructor, and ENGL 110. No credit toward BIOL major.

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BIOL 207 50A

Study of the nature of human sexuality, particularly as it relates to biological phenomena. Discussions and films will cover the biology of human reproduction, biology of human sexual behavior and its implications. 3 hrs. lec. Offered periodically. Prereq: BIOL 100 or BIOL 101, or permission of instructor or RN, and ENGL 110. No credit toward BIOL major.

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BIOL 221 01

Consideration of features unique to plants such as localized meristems and open growth, water relations, photosynthesis, cell structure. An integrated study of plant structure and function using angiosperms as principal examples. Includes brief discussions of plant and fungal diversity, plant ecology and evolution and economic botany. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Prereq: BIOL 101 or BIOL 100 with a grade of C- or higher; B- or higher in BIOL 100 for biology majors.

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BIOL 221 01A

Consideration of features unique to plants such as localized meristems and open growth, water relations, photosynthesis, cell structure. An integrated study of plant structure and function using angiosperms as principal examples. Includes brief discussions of plant and fungal diversity, plant ecology and evolution and economic botany. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Prereq: BIOL 101 or BIOL 100 with a grade of C- or higher; B- or higher in BIOL 100 for biology majors.

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BIOL 221 01B

Consideration of features unique to plants such as localized meristems and open growth, water relations, photosynthesis, cell structure. An integrated study of plant structure and function using angiosperms as principal examples. Includes brief discussions of plant and fungal diversity, plant ecology and evolution and economic botany. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Prereq: BIOL 101 or BIOL 100 with a grade of C- or higher; B- or higher in BIOL 100 for biology majors.

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BIOL 221 01C

Consideration of features unique to plants such as localized meristems and open growth, water relations, photosynthesis, cell structure. An integrated study of plant structure and function using angiosperms as principal examples. Includes brief discussions of plant and fungal diversity, plant ecology and evolution and economic botany. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Prereq: BIOL 101 or BIOL 100 with a grade of C- or higher; B- or higher in BIOL 100 for biology majors.

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BIOL 255 01

Study of the structure and function of the human body. This second semester of a two-semester sequence deals with the development, histology, gross anatomy, function and pathophysiology of the endocrine, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Offered in spring. Prereq: BIOL 254.

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BIOL 255 01A

Study of the structure and function of the human body. This second semester of a two-semester sequence deals with the development, histology, gross anatomy, function and pathophysiology of the endocrine, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Offered in spring. Prereq: BIOL 254.

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BIOL 255 01B

Study of the structure and function of the human body. This second semester of a two-semester sequence deals with the development, histology, gross anatomy, function and pathophysiology of the endocrine, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Offered in spring. Prereq: BIOL 254.

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BUAD 101A 01

Introduction of basic business concepts such as institutional setting, organizational structures, decision making, accounting, finance, labor relations, management, marketing and government-business relations. No credit for BUAD majors, except as departmental elective if taken before becoming a BUAD major. Offered in spring, fall.

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BUAD 101A 02

Introduction of basic business concepts such as institutional setting, organizational structures, decision making, accounting, finance, labor relations, management, marketing and government-business relations. No credit for BUAD majors, except as departmental elective if taken before becoming a BUAD major. Offered in spring, fall.

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CHEM 101 01

A brief introduction to chemistry and its uses in modern society: consumer, environmental, and industrial application. Presented in a mostly descriptive fashion. No credit toward chemistry major. 3 hrs. lec. Offered in fall, spring.

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CHEM 104 01

Solutions, acids and bases, oxidation reduction and organic chemistry, including nomenclature and basic reactions with relevancy to biochemistry. Appropriate for nonscience majors and satisfies general education requirements. 2 hrs. lec., 2 hrs. lab. Offered in spring. Prereq: CHEM 103.

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CHEM 104 01A

Solutions, acids and bases, oxidation reduction and organic chemistry, including nomenclature and basic reactions with relevancy to biochemistry. Appropriate for nonscience majors and satisfies general education requirements. 2 hrs. lec., 2 hrs. lab. Offered in spring. Prereq: CHEM 103.

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CHEM 111 01

The properties and theories of the solid, liquid and gaseous states of matter, the stoichiometry and thermochemistry of chemical reactions, and theories and applications of molecular structure and bonding. Proficiency in algebra is essential. High school chemistry is strongly recommended. Intended for science majors: biology, chemistry, Earth sciences, physics. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. discussion, 2 hrs. lab. Prereq: Placement in Chem.111 or C- grade or higher in CHEM 110, AND MATH 101 with a grade of C- or higher or MPT of 160 or higher, or permission of instructor.

Course Description

CHEM 111 01A

The properties and theories of the solid, liquid and gaseous states of matter, the stoichiometry and thermochemistry of chemical reactions, and theories and applications of molecular structure and bonding. Proficiency in algebra is essential. High school chemistry is strongly recommended. Intended for science majors: biology, chemistry, Earth sciences, physics. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. discussion, 2 hrs. lab. Prereq: Placement in Chem.111 or C- grade or higher in CHEM 110, AND MATH 101 with a grade of C- or higher or MPT of 160 or higher, or permission of instructor.

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CHEM 111 01B

The properties and theories of the solid, liquid and gaseous states of matter, the stoichiometry and thermochemistry of chemical reactions, and theories and applications of molecular structure and bonding. Proficiency in algebra is essential. High school chemistry is strongly recommended. Intended for science majors: biology, chemistry, Earth sciences, physics. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. discussion, 2 hrs. lab. Prereq: Placement in Chem.111 or C- grade or higher in CHEM 110, AND MATH 101 with a grade of C- or higher or MPT of 160 or higher, or permission of instructor.

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CHEM 111 01C

The properties and theories of the solid, liquid and gaseous states of matter, the stoichiometry and thermochemistry of chemical reactions, and theories and applications of molecular structure and bonding. Proficiency in algebra is essential. High school chemistry is strongly recommended. Intended for science majors: biology, chemistry, Earth sciences, physics. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. discussion, 2 hrs. lab. Prereq: Placement in Chem.111 or C- grade or higher in CHEM 110, AND MATH 101 with a grade of C- or higher or MPT of 160 or higher, or permission of instructor.

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CHEM 111 02

The properties and theories of the solid, liquid and gaseous states of matter, the stoichiometry and thermochemistry of chemical reactions, and theories and applications of molecular structure and bonding. Proficiency in algebra is essential. High school chemistry is strongly recommended. Intended for science majors: biology, chemistry, Earth sciences, physics. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. discussion, 2 hrs. lab. Prereq: Placement in Chem.111 or C- grade or higher in CHEM 110, AND MATH 101 with a grade of C- or higher or MPT of 160 or higher, or permission of instructor.

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CHEM 111 02A

The properties and theories of the solid, liquid and gaseous states of matter, the stoichiometry and thermochemistry of chemical reactions, and theories and applications of molecular structure and bonding. Proficiency in algebra is essential. High school chemistry is strongly recommended. Intended for science majors: biology, chemistry, Earth sciences, physics. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. discussion, 2 hrs. lab. Prereq: Placement in Chem.111 or C- grade or higher in CHEM 110, AND MATH 101 with a grade of C- or higher or MPT of 160 or higher, or permission of instructor.

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CHEM 111 02B

The properties and theories of the solid, liquid and gaseous states of matter, the stoichiometry and thermochemistry of chemical reactions, and theories and applications of molecular structure and bonding. Proficiency in algebra is essential. High school chemistry is strongly recommended. Intended for science majors: biology, chemistry, Earth sciences, physics. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. discussion, 2 hrs. lab. Prereq: Placement in Chem.111 or C- grade or higher in CHEM 110, AND MATH 101 with a grade of C- or higher or MPT of 160 or higher, or permission of instructor.

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CHEM 112 01

Continuation of CHEM 111. The interactions of matter and energy-thermodynamics, kinetics and electrochemistry. Equlibria in aqueous systemstheory and practice. Coordination chemistry and descriptive chemistry of the elements. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. discussion, 2 hrs. lab. Prereq: CHEM 111 with a grade of C- or higher; C for chemistry majors.

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CHEM 112 01A

Continuation of CHEM 111. The interactions of matter and energy-thermodynamics, kinetics and electrochemistry. Equlibria in aqueous systemstheory and practice. Coordination chemistry and descriptive chemistry of the elements. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. discussion, 2 hrs. lab. Prereq: CHEM 111 with a grade of C- or higher; C for chemistry majors.

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CHEM 112 01B

Continuation of CHEM 111. The interactions of matter and energy-thermodynamics, kinetics and electrochemistry. Equlibria in aqueous systemstheory and practice. Coordination chemistry and descriptive chemistry of the elements. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. discussion, 2 hrs. lab. Prereq: CHEM 111 with a grade of C- or higher; C for chemistry majors.

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CHEM 112 01C

Continuation of CHEM 111. The interactions of matter and energy-thermodynamics, kinetics and electrochemistry. Equlibria in aqueous systemstheory and practice. Coordination chemistry and descriptive chemistry of the elements. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. discussion, 2 hrs. lab. Prereq: CHEM 111 with a grade of C- or higher; C for chemistry majors.

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CHEM 231 01

Organic structural theory, including conformations and configurations of molecules and functional group classification of organic compoundsalkanes, alkenes, alcohols, ethers, alkyl halides, aldehydes and ketones, and aromatic and organometallic compounds. Major emphasis on relationships among molecular structure, chemical reactivity and physical properties. Thorough integration of reaction mechanisms as elucidated using principles of kinetics, thermodynamics, stereochemistry and spectroscopy. Introduction to the instrumentation of organic chemistry: proton and carbon-13 NMR, infrared and mass spectrometry. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Prereq: CHEM 112 with a grade of C- or higher; C for chemistry majors.

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CHEM 231 01A

Organic structural theory, including conformations and configurations of molecules and functional group classification of organic compoundsalkanes, alkenes, alcohols, ethers, alkyl halides, aldehydes and ketones, and aromatic and organometallic compounds. Major emphasis on relationships among molecular structure, chemical reactivity and physical properties. Thorough integration of reaction mechanisms as elucidated using principles of kinetics, thermodynamics, stereochemistry and spectroscopy. Introduction to the instrumentation of organic chemistry: proton and carbon-13 NMR, infrared and mass spectrometry. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Prereq: CHEM 112 with a grade of C- or higher; C for chemistry majors.

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CHEM 231 01B

Organic structural theory, including conformations and configurations of molecules and functional group classification of organic compoundsalkanes, alkenes, alcohols, ethers, alkyl halides, aldehydes and ketones, and aromatic and organometallic compounds. Major emphasis on relationships among molecular structure, chemical reactivity and physical properties. Thorough integration of reaction mechanisms as elucidated using principles of kinetics, thermodynamics, stereochemistry and spectroscopy. Introduction to the instrumentation of organic chemistry: proton and carbon-13 NMR, infrared and mass spectrometry. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Prereq: CHEM 112 with a grade of C- or higher; C for chemistry majors.

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CHEM 251 01

Emphasis on the unification of descriptive chemistry with the basic principles that may be used to explain natural phenomena in inorganic chemistry. The physical and chemical properties of the elements and classes of compounds such as oxides, halides, hydrides, etc., will be described and explained. Acid-base and oxidation-reduction behavior will be emphasized, along with coordination chemistry. Periodic trends are an integral part of the course. 3 hrs. lec. Offered in spring. Prereq: CHEM 112 with a grade of C- or higher; C for chemistry majors; or Coreq: CHEM 112.

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CHEM 265 01

An integrated study of advanced chemical equilibrium, activity, experimental uncertainty and accepted practice in the analytical laboratory. Titrimetry, potentiometry, extraction theory, introductory spectroscopy and chromatography are discussed. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Offered spring, summer. Prereq: CHEM 112 with a grade of C- or higher; C for chemistry majors.

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CHEM 265 01A

An integrated study of advanced chemical equilibrium, activity, experimental uncertainty and accepted practice in the analytical laboratory. Titrimetry, potentiometry, extraction theory, introductory spectroscopy and chromatography are discussed. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Offered spring, summer. Prereq: CHEM 112 with a grade of C- or higher; C for chemistry majors.

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CHEM 265 01B

An integrated study of advanced chemical equilibrium, activity, experimental uncertainty and accepted practice in the analytical laboratory. Titrimetry, potentiometry, extraction theory, introductory spectroscopy and chromatography are discussed. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Offered spring, summer. Prereq: CHEM 112 with a grade of C- or higher; C for chemistry majors.

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CHEM 265 01C

An integrated study of advanced chemical equilibrium, activity, experimental uncertainty and accepted practice in the analytical laboratory. Titrimetry, potentiometry, extraction theory, introductory spectroscopy and chromatography are discussed. 3 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Offered spring, summer. Prereq: CHEM 112 with a grade of C- or higher; C for chemistry majors.

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COMM 100 04

Required fundamentals course in general education. An introductory study of the principles of public speaking with particular emphasis upon the selection and organization of information for persuasive purposes. Satisfies competency requirement.

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COMM 100 04A

Required fundamentals course in general education. An introductory study of the principles of public speaking with particular emphasis upon the selection and organization of information for persuasive purposes. Satisfies competency requirement.

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COMM 100 04B

Required fundamentals course in general education. An introductory study of the principles of public speaking with particular emphasis upon the selection and organization of information for persuasive purposes. Satisfies competency requirement.

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COMM 100 04C

Required fundamentals course in general education. An introductory study of the principles of public speaking with particular emphasis upon the selection and organization of information for persuasive purposes. Satisfies competency requirement.

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COMM 100 04D

Required fundamentals course in general education. An introductory study of the principles of public speaking with particular emphasis upon the selection and organization of information for persuasive purposes. Satisfies competency requirement.

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COMM 100 05

Required fundamentals course in general education. An introductory study of the principles of public speaking with particular emphasis upon the selection and organization of information for persuasive purposes. Satisfies competency requirement.

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COMM 100 05A

Required fundamentals course in general education. An introductory study of the principles of public speaking with particular emphasis upon the selection and organization of information for persuasive purposes. Satisfies competency requirement.

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COMM 100 05B

Required fundamentals course in general education. An introductory study of the principles of public speaking with particular emphasis upon the selection and organization of information for persuasive purposes. Satisfies competency requirement.

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COMM 100 05C

Required fundamentals course in general education. An introductory study of the principles of public speaking with particular emphasis upon the selection and organization of information for persuasive purposes. Satisfies competency requirement.

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COMM 100 07

Required fundamentals course in general education. An introductory study of the principles of public speaking with particular emphasis upon the selection and organization of information for persuasive purposes. Satisfies competency requirement.

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COMM 100 10

Required fundamentals course in general education. An introductory study of the principles of public speaking with particular emphasis upon the selection and organization of information for persuasive purposes. Satisfies competency requirement.

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COMM 100 50A

Required fundamentals course in general education. An introductory study of the principles of public speaking with particular emphasis upon the selection and organization of information for persuasive purposes. Satisfies competency requirement.

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COMM 100 56A

Required fundamentals course in general education. An introductory study of the principles of public speaking with particular emphasis upon the selection and organization of information for persuasive purposes. Satisfies competency requirement.

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COMM 101 01

Focuses on the role of communication in everyday life. Emphasis on how communication shapes the construction of meaning, the maintenance of community and relationships, and various means of interconnection. Offered in fall, spring.

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COMM 201 01

Focuses on the different approaches to the study of communication as a discipline. Emphasis on both historical and current scholarship in the field through diverse means of inquiry. Offered fall, spring. Prereq: COMM 100 and for communication majors, COMM 101.

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COMM 203 0

Emphasis on the theory and practice of small group communication and problem solving. Group formation, teamwork, leadership, decision making in groups, group conflict and other concepts will be explored. A collaborative group service learning project and course activities will reinforce course concepts. Offered periodically. Prereq: ENGL 110.

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COMM 203 0A

Emphasis on the theory and practice of small group communication and problem solving. Group formation, teamwork, leadership, decision making in groups, group conflict and other concepts will be explored. A collaborative group service learning project and course activities will reinforce course concepts. Offered periodically. Prereq: ENGL 110.

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COMM 203 0B

Emphasis on the theory and practice of small group communication and problem solving. Group formation, teamwork, leadership, decision making in groups, group conflict and other concepts will be explored. A collaborative group service learning project and course activities will reinforce course concepts. Offered periodically. Prereq: ENGL 110.

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COMM 220 02

A review of mass media in America and discussion of the social, cultural and technological forces that shape them. Evaluations of media criticism. Offered in fall, spring.

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COMM 230 01

Devoted to the cross-cultural study of the World Broadcasting Systems as an introduction to international electronic media. The course compares the ways in which the media are organized in other countries with that of the United States of America. Offered periodically. Prereq: ENGL 110; COMM majors; INTL majors, minors; or permission of instructor.

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COMM 251 01

This first of a 4-course sequence covers the history, principles and current practices of public relations. Series must be taken sequentially. Offered in fall, spring.

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COMM 251 02

This first of a 4-course sequence covers the history, principles and current practices of public relations. Series must be taken sequentially. Offered in fall, spring.

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CSCI 101 01

Designed to introduce concepts, techniques and history of computing to students who are not computer science majors. Emphasis on problem solving using the computer, including making calculations and presenting reports, tables and graphs based on those calculations. Collecting, storing, updating and retrieving data. Display and interpretation of information using the Internet. No credit toward computer science major.

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CSCI 140 01

Discrete mathematical structures and their application to computer science including formal mathematical notation and proofs, algorithms, computer related arithmetic, propositional logic, predicate logic, set theory, graphics, relations and databases, functions, matrices and combinatorics. Prereq: Placement in MATH 160 or higher.

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CSCI 140 02

Discrete mathematical structures and their application to computer science including formal mathematical notation and proofs, algorithms, computer related arithmetic, propositional logic, predicate logic, set theory, graphics, relations and databases, functions, matrices and combinatorics. Prereq: Placement in MATH 160 or higher.

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CSCI 140 03

Discrete mathematical structures and their application to computer science including formal mathematical notation and proofs, algorithms, computer related arithmetic, propositional logic, predicate logic, set theory, graphics, relations and databases, functions, matrices and combinatorics. Prereq: Placement in MATH 160 or higher.

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CSCI 161 01

Introduction to computer programming for the student intending to major in computer science or related fields. Emphasis on developing ability to apply problem-solving strategies to design and implement algorithms in a modern programming language. Prereq: Placement in MATH 160 or higher.

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CSCI 161 02

Introduction to computer programming for the student intending to major in computer science or related fields. Emphasis on developing ability to apply problem-solving strategies to design and implement algorithms in a modern programming language. Prereq: Placement in MATH 160 or higher.

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CSCI 161 03

Introduction to computer programming for the student intending to major in computer science or related fields. Emphasis on developing ability to apply problem-solving strategies to design and implement algorithms in a modern programming language. Prereq: Placement in MATH 160 or higher.

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CSCI 162 01

Continuation of CSCI 161 covering advanced computer programming techniques. Emphasis on object-oriented programming, specification, design, elementary data structures, and proper use of programming language and development tools. Abstract data types, classes and objects, recursion, linked lists, queues, stacks and binary trees. Prereq: C or higher in CSCI 161.

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CSCI 162 02

Continuation of CSCI 161 covering advanced computer programming techniques. Emphasis on object-oriented programming, specification, design, elementary data structures, and proper use of programming language and development tools. Abstract data types, classes and objects, recursion, linked lists, queues, stacks and binary trees. Prereq: C or higher in CSCI 161.

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CSCI 162 03

Continuation of CSCI 161 covering advanced computer programming techniques. Emphasis on object-oriented programming, specification, design, elementary data structures, and proper use of programming language and development tools. Abstract data types, classes and objects, recursion, linked lists, queues, stacks and binary trees. Prereq: C or higher in CSCI 161.

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ECON 101 0

Introduction to macroeconomic analysis concentrating on national income, price levels, employment, monetary policy and fiscal policy with introductory analysis of the global economy. To be successful, it is recommended that students be proficient in algebra (the equivalent of successfully completing MATH 101 or MPT equivalent); however MATH 101 is not a pre-requisite. Offered in fall, spring.

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ECON 101 01

Introduction to macroeconomic analysis concentrating on national income, price levels, employment, monetary policy and fiscal policy with introductory analysis of the global economy. To be successful, it is recommended that students be proficient in algebra (the equivalent of successfully completing MATH 101 or MPT equivalent); however MATH 101 is not a pre-requisite. Offered in fall, spring.

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ECON 101 02

Introduction to macroeconomic analysis concentrating on national income, price levels, employment, monetary policy and fiscal policy with introductory analysis of the global economy. To be successful, it is recommended that students be proficient in algebra (the equivalent of successfully completing MATH 101 or MPT equivalent); however MATH 101 is not a pre-requisite. Offered in fall, spring.

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ECON 101 03

Introduction to macroeconomic analysis concentrating on national income, price levels, employment, monetary policy and fiscal policy with introductory analysis of the global economy. To be successful, it is recommended that students be proficient in algebra (the equivalent of successfully completing MATH 101 or MPT equivalent); however MATH 101 is not a pre-requisite. Offered in fall, spring.

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ECON 101 04

Introduction to macroeconomic analysis concentrating on national income, price levels, employment, monetary policy and fiscal policy with introductory analysis of the global economy. To be successful, it is recommended that students be proficient in algebra (the equivalent of successfully completing MATH 101 or MPT equivalent); however MATH 101 is not a pre-requisite. Offered in fall, spring.

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ECON 101 05

Introduction to macroeconomic analysis concentrating on national income, price levels, employment, monetary policy and fiscal policy with introductory analysis of the global economy. To be successful, it is recommended that students be proficient in algebra (the equivalent of successfully completing MATH 101 or MPT equivalent); however MATH 101 is not a pre-requisite. Offered in fall, spring.

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ECON 101 06

Introduction to macroeconomic analysis concentrating on national income, price levels, employment, monetary policy and fiscal policy with introductory analysis of the global economy. To be successful, it is recommended that students be proficient in algebra (the equivalent of successfully completing MATH 101 or MPT equivalent); however MATH 101 is not a pre-requisite. Offered in fall, spring.

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ECON 102 0

Introduction to microeconomic analysis concentrating on consumer and producer behavior, competitive and other markets, public policy and government regulation. To be successful, it is recommended that students be proficient in algebra (the equivalent of successfully completing MATH 101 or MPT equivalent); however MATH 101 is not a pre-requisite. Offered in fall, spring.

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ECON 102 01

Introduction to microeconomic analysis concentrating on consumer and producer behavior, competitive and other markets, public policy and government regulation. To be successful, it is recommended that students be proficient in algebra (the equivalent of successfully completing MATH 101 or MPT equivalent); however MATH 101 is not a pre-requisite. Offered in fall, spring.

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ECON 102 02

Introduction to microeconomic analysis concentrating on consumer and producer behavior, competitive and other markets, public policy and government regulation. To be successful, it is recommended that students be proficient in algebra (the equivalent of successfully completing MATH 101 or MPT equivalent); however MATH 101 is not a pre-requisite. Offered in fall, spring.

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ECON 102 03

Introduction to microeconomic analysis concentrating on consumer and producer behavior, competitive and other markets, public policy and government regulation. To be successful, it is recommended that students be proficient in algebra (the equivalent of successfully completing MATH 101 or MPT equivalent); however MATH 101 is not a pre-requisite. Offered in fall, spring.

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ECON 102 04

Introduction to microeconomic analysis concentrating on consumer and producer behavior, competitive and other markets, public policy and government regulation. To be successful, it is recommended that students be proficient in algebra (the equivalent of successfully completing MATH 101 or MPT equivalent); however MATH 101 is not a pre-requisite. Offered in fall, spring.

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ECON 102 05

Introduction to microeconomic analysis concentrating on consumer and producer behavior, competitive and other markets, public policy and government regulation. To be successful, it is recommended that students be proficient in algebra (the equivalent of successfully completing MATH 101 or MPT equivalent); however MATH 101 is not a pre-requisite. Offered in fall, spring.

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ECON 102 06

Introduction to microeconomic analysis concentrating on consumer and producer behavior, competitive and other markets, public policy and government regulation. To be successful, it is recommended that students be proficient in algebra (the equivalent of successfully completing MATH 101 or MPT equivalent); however MATH 101 is not a pre-requisite. Offered in fall, spring.

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ECON 225 01

Analysis of economic systems in France, the former Yugoslavia, China, Japan, the United Kingdom, the former Soviet Union and the United States. Emphasis varies with each offering at the discretion of the instructor. Offered in spring. Prereq: ECON 101, ENGL 110.

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ECON 231 01

Presentations of data, measures of central tendency and variation, and index numbers. Introduction to probability theory, sampling and inference and regression and time series analysis. Offered in fall, spring.

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EDFN 179 56

Experimental

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EDTE 291 01

An introduction to the social, historical and philosophical foundations of technology & engineering education, leading to contemporary programs. Provision is made for observation of classroom and laboratory practices in selected schools. Prereq: Sophomore standing. Must meet current university requirements for field experiences (e.g., current clearances, negative TB test results on file). Not offered during summer sessions. Must achieve a "C" or higher to register for professional block courses.

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EHEM 201 50A

An introduction into all aspects of emergency management from the origins through the civil defense era to the present day with a look towards the future of the global aspect of emergency management. Students will learn the basics of emergency management, how to function as an effective emergency manager and how to manage an emergency management agency. Prereq: ENGL 110.

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EHEM 201 50C

An introduction into all aspects of emergency management from the origins through the civil defense era to the present day with a look towards the future of the global aspect of emergency management. Students will learn the basics of emergency management, how to function as an effective emergency manager and how to manage an emergency management agency. Prereq: ENGL 110.

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ENGL 110 0

Required course in general education. Introduces strategies of expository and argumentative writing and provides practice in standard written English. Individual instructors use print or nonprint media to achieve this goal. Evaluations based on competency, not on progress. Minimum grade of C- designates competency.

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ENGL 110 02

Required course in general education. Introduces strategies of expository and argumentative writing and provides practice in standard written English. Individual instructors use print or nonprint media to achieve this goal. Evaluations based on competency, not on progress. Minimum grade of C- designates competency.

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ENGL 110 04

Required course in general education. Introduces strategies of expository and argumentative writing and provides practice in standard written English. Individual instructors use print or nonprint media to achieve this goal. Evaluations based on competency, not on progress. Minimum grade of C- designates competency.

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ENGL 110 10

Required course in general education. Introduces strategies of expository and argumentative writing and provides practice in standard written English. Individual instructors use print or nonprint media to achieve this goal. Evaluations based on competency, not on progress. Minimum grade of C- designates competency.

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ENGL 110 14

Required course in general education. Introduces strategies of expository and argumentative writing and provides practice in standard written English. Individual instructors use print or nonprint media to achieve this goal. Evaluations based on competency, not on progress. Minimum grade of C- designates competency.

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ENGL 110 16

Required course in general education. Introduces strategies of expository and argumentative writing and provides practice in standard written English. Individual instructors use print or nonprint media to achieve this goal. Evaluations based on competency, not on progress. Minimum grade of C- designates competency.

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ENGL 110 17

Required course in general education. Introduces strategies of expository and argumentative writing and provides practice in standard written English. Individual instructors use print or nonprint media to achieve this goal. Evaluations based on competency, not on progress. Minimum grade of C- designates competency.

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ENGL 110 18

Required course in general education. Introduces strategies of expository and argumentative writing and provides practice in standard written English. Individual instructors use print or nonprint media to achieve this goal. Evaluations based on competency, not on progress. Minimum grade of C- designates competency.

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ENGL 110 20

Required course in general education. Introduces strategies of expository and argumentative writing and provides practice in standard written English. Individual instructors use print or nonprint media to achieve this goal. Evaluations based on competency, not on progress. Minimum grade of C- designates competency.

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ENGL 110 22

Required course in general education. Introduces strategies of expository and argumentative writing and provides practice in standard written English. Individual instructors use print or nonprint media to achieve this goal. Evaluations based on competency, not on progress. Minimum grade of C- designates competency.

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ENGL 110 23

Required course in general education. Introduces strategies of expository and argumentative writing and provides practice in standard written English. Individual instructors use print or nonprint media to achieve this goal. Evaluations based on competency, not on progress. Minimum grade of C- designates competency.

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ENGL 110 24

Required course in general education. Introduces strategies of expository and argumentative writing and provides practice in standard written English. Individual instructors use print or nonprint media to achieve this goal. Evaluations based on competency, not on progress. Minimum grade of C- designates competency.

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ENGL 110 25

Required course in general education. Introduces strategies of expository and argumentative writing and provides practice in standard written English. Individual instructors use print or nonprint media to achieve this goal. Evaluations based on competency, not on progress. Minimum grade of C- designates competency.

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ENGL 220 01

Study of the historical development and present characteristics of the English language, the process of language learning, social and geographical dialects and semantics. An overview of linguistic investigation. Offered in fall, spring.

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ENGL 232 01

Continuation of ENGL 231 from 1650 to present. Offered annually. Prereq: ENGL 110.

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ENGL 234 01

Survey of English literature from 1800 to the present.ENGL 233 is not a prerequisite. Emphasis on historical and cultural contexts, new genres and thematic relationships. Offered annually. Prereq: ENGL 110.

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ENGL 236 01

Survey of American literature from 1865 to present. ENGL 235 is not a prerequisite. Offered in fall, spring. Prereq: ENGL 110.

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ENGL 242 01

Applies critical lenses from fields of English Studies to a selection of texts on a particular theme. Engages students in interpreting current themes across cultures and/or time periods. Students will explore the topic from different perspectives by learning methods for critiquing texts, including new media. Themes/topics determined by instructor. Offered Fall, Spring.

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ENGL 242 02

Applies critical lenses from fields of English Studies to a selection of texts on a particular theme. Engages students in interpreting current themes across cultures and/or time periods. Students will explore the topic from different perspectives by learning methods for critiquing texts, including new media. Themes/topics determined by instructor. Offered Fall, Spring.

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ENGL 242 05

Applies critical lenses from fields of English Studies to a selection of texts on a particular theme. Engages students in interpreting current themes across cultures and/or time periods. Students will explore the topic from different perspectives by learning methods for critiquing texts, including new media. Themes/topics determined by instructor. Offered Fall, Spring.

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ENGL 242 06

Applies critical lenses from fields of English Studies to a selection of texts on a particular theme. Engages students in interpreting current themes across cultures and/or time periods. Students will explore the topic from different perspectives by learning methods for critiquing texts, including new media. Themes/topics determined by instructor. Offered Fall, Spring.

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ENGL 272 01

Focuses on some of the major areas of scholarship related to the practice of writing: literacy practices; historical accounts of writing instruction; the relationship of classical rhetoric to contemporary writing; writing across the curriculum; studies of professional and workplace writing; computers and writing; social, political and economic dimensions of writing; and others. Offered in fall. Prereq: ENGL 110.

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ENGL 274 01

The Craft of Writing explores writing as a varied set of deliberate, artful choices in regard to designing and stylizing diverse persuasive texts, all crafted for specific audiences-emphasizing a mindful focus upon language for students at all levels of preparation. The course invites students to experience, in texts of all kinds, the interplay of argumentative structure and style that impacts readers: both rhetorical awareness and stylistic agility. As a topics course, ENGL 274 will permit instructors to select various genres of writing and styles to challenge students' practice. Prereq ENGL 110, repeatable up to 6 credits.

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ENGL 292 01

The nature and development of science fiction from Jules Verne and H. G. Wells to major writers of the present, with emphasis on methods of extrapolation - descriptions of consistent, altered frames of references based on scientific knowledge and historical, social or cultural patterns. Emphasis on multiple lines of inquiry or analysis. Offered in spring. Prereq: ENGL 110.

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ERCH 110 56A

Designed to provide an overview of the field of early childhood education. Historical, theoretical and philosophical influences on past and current approaches to teaching young children will be traced and analyzed. The course introduces students to the early childhood education profession, developmental characteristics of young children (birth–age 9), developmentally appropriate practices (NAEYC, 2009), and an overview of effective curriculum, instruction and assessment of young children. In the concurrent field experience, students reflect on their ability to cope with classroom reality as they affirm or change their choice of teaching as a profession. Prereq: Act 34 Clearance, Act 151 Clearance and Act 114 FBI Clearance. Offered spring, fall.

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ESCI 102 01

The origin and evolutionary development of the universe, solar system and planet Earth. Geophysical behavior of the solid earth, including volcanism, mountain building and other manifestations of the Earth's dynamic interior. 3 hrs. lec. Does not count toward any ESCI major. Offered in fall, spring and periodically in summer.

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ESCI 104 01

A broad overview of the biological, chemical, geological and physical characteristics of the ocean, the importance of the oceans to mankind and the environment. Does not count toward any ESCI major. 3 hrs. lec. Offered in fall, spring and periodically in summer.

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ESCI 104 02

A broad overview of the biological, chemical, geological and physical characteristics of the ocean, the importance of the oceans to mankind and the environment. Does not count toward any ESCI major. 3 hrs. lec. Offered in fall, spring and periodically in summer.

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ESCI 105 01

Methods and techniques used in the marine sciences, including introduction to navigation, plotting and evaluation of data pertaining to salinity, temperature, dissolved oxygen, primary productivity and current velocity. 2 hrs. lab. Optional field trip. Mandatory coreq: ESCI 104. ESCI 104/105 together constitute a single laboratory course in earth sciences for purposes of the general education curriculum. Does not count toward any earth sciences major. Offered in fall, spring and periodically in summer.

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ESCI 105 03

Methods and techniques used in the marine sciences, including introduction to navigation, plotting and evaluation of data pertaining to salinity, temperature, dissolved oxygen, primary productivity and current velocity. 2 hrs. lab. Optional field trip. Mandatory coreq: ESCI 104. ESCI 104/105 together constitute a single laboratory course in earth sciences for purposes of the general education curriculum. Does not count toward any earth sciences major. Offered in fall, spring and periodically in summer.

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ESCI 107 01

Origin and evolution of the atmosphere; solar and terrestrial radiation; horizontal and vertical structure of the atmosphere; temperature, pressure and water in the air; vertical motion; cloud formation and cloud type; circulation systems, severe weather, climate and climate change. 3 hrs. lec. Does not count toward any earth sciences major. Offered in fall, spring and online in summer and winter. Credit may not be received for ESCI 107 if ESCI 109 is taken, these are equivalent courses and will be treated as repeated course credit.

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ESCI 109 01

Origin and evolution of the atmosphere; solar and terrestrial radiation; horizontal and vertical structure of the atmosphere; temperature, pressure and water in the air; vertical motion; cloud formation and cloud type; circulation systems, severe weather, climate and climate change. 3 hrs. lec., 2 hrs. lab. Does not count toward any earth sciences major. Offered in fall, spring and online in summer and winter. Credit may not be received for ESCI 109 if ESCI 107 is taken, these are equivalent courses and will be treated as repeated course credit.

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ESCI 109 01A

Origin and evolution of the atmosphere; solar and terrestrial radiation; horizontal and vertical structure of the atmosphere; temperature, pressure and water in the air; vertical motion; cloud formation and cloud type; circulation systems, severe weather, climate and climate change. 3 hrs. lec., 2 hrs. lab. Does not count toward any earth sciences major. Offered in fall, spring and online in summer and winter. Credit may not be received for ESCI 109 if ESCI 107 is taken, these are equivalent courses and will be treated as repeated course credit.

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ESCI 109 01B

Origin and evolution of the atmosphere; solar and terrestrial radiation; horizontal and vertical structure of the atmosphere; temperature, pressure and water in the air; vertical motion; cloud formation and cloud type; circulation systems, severe weather, climate and climate change. 3 hrs. lec., 2 hrs. lab. Does not count toward any earth sciences major. Offered in fall, spring and online in summer and winter. Credit may not be received for ESCI 109 if ESCI 107 is taken, these are equivalent courses and will be treated as repeated course credit.

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ESCI 109 01C

Origin and evolution of the atmosphere; solar and terrestrial radiation; horizontal and vertical structure of the atmosphere; temperature, pressure and water in the air; vertical motion; cloud formation and cloud type; circulation systems, severe weather, climate and climate change. 3 hrs. lec., 2 hrs. lab. Does not count toward any earth sciences major. Offered in fall, spring and online in summer and winter. Credit may not be received for ESCI 109 if ESCI 107 is taken, these are equivalent courses and will be treated as repeated course credit.

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ESCI 202 50A

A scientific experience directed toward an understanding of the dynamic earth, its origin and evolution and its place in the universe.Physical concepts from classical and modern physics, astronomy, cosmology, and the earth and atmospheric sciences, couched in the language of algebra and supported by observation, experiment and theory. 3 hrs. DL delivery format. Prereq: MATH 101 with C- or higher or MPT 151 with C- or higher, or MATH 151 or MATH 161 or MATH 163 or MATH 204 (151, 161, 163, 204, grade of C- or higher) or permission of instructor.

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ESCI 221 01

The nature and distribution of materials of the solid Earth - the dynamic processes by which they are formed and modified and the character of resulting geologic structures. 3 hrs. lec., 2 hrs. lab. Offered in fall, spring.

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ESCI 221 01A

The nature and distribution of materials of the solid Earth - the dynamic processes by which they are formed and modified and the character of resulting geologic structures. 3 hrs. lec., 2 hrs. lab. Offered in fall, spring.

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ESCI 226 01

Investigation of the geologic origin of Earth resources important to society (including energy resources, metals, industrial minerals, and evaporites); methods of resource evaluation, extraction, and processing; and environmental impacts of resource extraction/use. Offered fall of odd years. Prereq: ESCI 221.

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ESCI 245 50A

Practical meteorological problems in air pollution, atmospheric experimentation and other aspects of the human environment. Instrumentation and data analysis methods in applied meteorology. 2 hrs. lec., 2 hrs. lab. Offered in spring and online in summer. Prereq: C- or higher in MATH 110 or 160 or 161 or 163H.

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ESCI 261 01

Methods and techniques of oceanography; physical, chemical, biological and geological aspects of the oceans; unity of oceanographic science and its relationship to other environmental sciences. 3 hrs. lec., 2 hrs. lab. Overnight field trip required. Offered in fall, spring. Prereq: C- or higher in MATH 160, MATH 161 or MATH 163.

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ESCI 261 01A

Methods and techniques of oceanography; physical, chemical, biological and geological aspects of the oceans; unity of oceanographic science and its relationship to other environmental sciences. 3 hrs. lec., 2 hrs. lab. Overnight field trip required. Offered in fall, spring. Prereq: C- or higher in MATH 160, MATH 161 or MATH 163.

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FREN 102 0

Continuation of language and culture, with emphasis on more complex syntactical structures while working toward greater proficiency in speaking, writing, reading and listening skills. Offered in spring. Prereq: FREN 101 or 2 years of high school French.

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FREN 202 01

Continued emphasis on language skills started in FREN 201. Oral and written communication in speech and writing remains the primary goal; structures and vocabulary are studied in greater depth. Emphasis on developing a cross-cultural perspective by comparing student’s native culture with the target culture. Offered in spring. Prereq: FREN 201 or placement exam.

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FREN 333 0

All aspects of contemporary France and/or Francophone countries: geography, economy, institutions and modern society. Emphasis on the study of the diversity of the different regions. Offered periodically and/or online. Prereq: FREN 202 or 351.

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GEOG 101 01

Global survey of human environment interactions focusing on people’s use of natural resources and major related issues, including scarcity and environmental impacts. Comparisons between developing and developed countries and across cultures.

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GEOG 120 0

Cultural geography of race, ethnicity, gender and political systems. Emphasis on processes that create and maintain cultures and the geographies that these processes produce. Offered in spring.

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GEOG 120 01

Cultural geography of race, ethnicity, gender and political systems. Emphasis on processes that create and maintain cultures and the geographies that these processes produce. Offered in spring.

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GEOG 141 02

Spatial patterns of environmental, cultural, social, economic and political developments in selected regions of the world. Emphasis on developed and less developed parts of the world.

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GEOG 202 0

Investigation of problems that have arisen through human use of earth’s resources, and the technical, economic, policy, and social options available to us. Offered in fall, spring.

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GEOG 230 01

Study of the Earth’s physical environment, including atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere and biosphere. Viewing the Earth as an integrated system, global patterns and processes are analyzed. Offered annually.

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GEOG 230 50A

Study of the Earth’s physical environment, including atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere and biosphere. Viewing the Earth as an integrated system, global patterns and processes are analyzed. Offered annually.

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GEOG 281 01

Thorough examination of maps as interpretive and analytical tools for depicting landscapes and conducting geographic research in a digital world. Includes an introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) mapping software.

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GEOG 281 02

Thorough examination of maps as interpretive and analytical tools for depicting landscapes and conducting geographic research in a digital world. Includes an introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) mapping software.

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GEOG 292 01

Analysis of spatial and other geographical data using descriptive statistical measures, probability and sampling, and inferential statistical methods. Emphasis on geographical problem solving. Prereq: GEOG 281, and MATH 130 or higher, or MPT 151 or higher, or MATH 101.

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GEOG 295 0

Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) computer technology, theory, and methodology focusing on vector data models. Combines understanding of geographic data and research with experience in digital mapping, geographic databases, and spatial analysis. Offered in fall, spring. Prereq: GEOG 281.

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GEOG 296 01

Introduce students to the fundamental concepts of Raster GIS. Topics will include: the physical basis for remote sensing, the extraction of information contained within energy, remote sensing instrumentation, aerial photography, photogrammetry, digital image processing, data structure, database design, and spatial data analysis. Land-based environmental resources and sustainability applications.

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GERM 202 01

Continuation of GERM 201. Communication in speech and writing. Structures and the vocabulary are studied in greater depth and breadth. Increased emphasis on developing a cross-cultural perspective by comparing the native with the target culture. Systematic treatment of grammar. Offered in spring. Prereq: GERM 201 or placement exam.

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GERM 460 01

Intended for students with a firm oral and written command of German who need expert guidance for avoiding the pitfalls inherent in transposing thought from one language to another. Emphasis on idiomatic translation of a variety of text types. Introduction to simultaneous oral interpretation. Offered periodically. Prereq: GERM 351 and 352.

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GOVT 112 0

The federal system and state and local governmental problems. Emphasis on Pennsylvania when possible. Offered in fall, spring.

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GOVT 112 01

The federal system and state and local governmental problems. Emphasis on Pennsylvania when possible. Offered in fall, spring.

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GOVT 231 01

Representative philosophers and concepts in the history of Western political theory from antiquity through the 19th century. Offered in fall, spring.

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GOVT 231 02

Representative philosophers and concepts in the history of Western political theory from antiquity through the 19th century. Offered in fall, spring.

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GOVT 241 01

A study of intergovernmental relations, organizational theory, decision making, personnel, management, budgeting, program evaluation and policy analysis. Offered in fall, spring. Prereq: ENGL 110. Recommended: GOVT 111.

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GOVT 279 01

Experimental

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HIST 101 0

Europe and its world relationships during the centuries of the Reformation, the scientific revolution, overseas expansion and revolution. Offered in fall, spring.

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HIST 101 01

Europe and its world relationships during the centuries of the Reformation, the scientific revolution, overseas expansion and revolution. Offered in fall, spring.

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HIST 102 0

Europe and its world relationships in the age of industrialization and democratization. Offered in fall, spring.

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HIST 102 01

Europe and its world relationships in the age of industrialization and democratization. Offered in fall, spring.

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HIST 106 0

A survey of United States history from the peopling of the Americas to the present. Identifies and examines the key themes in the creation and transformation of the nation and its peoples. Offered in fall, spring.

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HIST 106 01

A survey of United States history from the peopling of the Americas to the present. Identifies and examines the key themes in the creation and transformation of the nation and its peoples. Offered in fall, spring.

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HIST 106 50A

A survey of United States history from the peopling of the Americas to the present. Identifies and examines the key themes in the creation and transformation of the nation and its peoples. Offered in fall, spring.

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HIST 206 50A

Survey of world history from known beginnings to 1500. Offered annually. Equivalent course HIST 107: No credit given if credit earned for HIST 107. Prereq: ENGL 110.

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HIST 206 50B

Survey of world history from known beginnings to 1500. Offered annually. Equivalent course HIST 107: No credit given if credit earned for HIST 107. Prereq: ENGL 110.

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HIST 214 50A

Examines the formation of early Christianity, the spread of Christianity from the Roman Mediterranean through Asia, Africa, and Europe, and the major issues of European Reformation.

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HIST 218 01

This course offers an introduction to the methods and insights of environmental history in Europe and the Americas from 1500 to the present. It examines developments in Europe, with background in medieval dynamics and a focus on the period from 1500 onward, through 18th-century projects that cleared land and drained swamps, 19th and 20th century industrialization, World Wars I and II, and the post-World War II era. It also discuss the European colonization of the Americas, with background on Indian use of the land before contact with colonists.

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HIST 218 02

This course offers an introduction to the methods and insights of environmental history in Europe and the Americas from 1500 to the present. It examines developments in Europe, with background in medieval dynamics and a focus on the period from 1500 onward, through 18th-century projects that cleared land and drained swamps, 19th and 20th century industrialization, World Wars I and II, and the post-World War II era. It also discuss the European colonization of the Americas, with background on Indian use of the land before contact with colonists.

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HIST 222 01

Modern England: the political, social, economic and cultural evolution of England from 1688 to the present. Offered annually.

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HIST 222 02

Modern England: the political, social, economic and cultural evolution of England from 1688 to the present. Offered annually.

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HIST 242 50B

Political, cultural, economic and social history from the Russian Revolution to the present. Offered annually.

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HIST 242 50C

Political, cultural, economic and social history from the Russian Revolution to the present. Offered annually.

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HIST 250 01

History of women in the United States from the early 16th century through the late 20th century, with a particular emphasis on the significance of race, class, religion and region in the shaping of women's experiences. Offered periodically. Prereq: ENGL 110.

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HIST 250 02

History of women in the United States from the early 16th century through the late 20th century, with a particular emphasis on the significance of race, class, religion and region in the shaping of women's experiences. Offered periodically. Prereq: ENGL 110.

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HIST 286 01

Examines causes, conducts, and consequences of modern wars, revolutions, and terrorism in our contemporary world. Offers students a critical understanding of the concepts and competing theories associated with the study of war. Also explores the social, political, and economic predicaments of modern states confronting the various forms of warfare.

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HUMN 110 01

An exploration of a major literary and cultural tradition still greatly influential in modern literature and films. Class will focus on Charles Perrault, the seventeenth century recorder of a number of well-known fairy tales such as Little Riding Hood, Cinderella, and Sleeping Beauty; Madame d'Aulnoy, one of the most prolific French fairy-tale writers of the seventeenth century; and Madame le prince de Beaumont, author of the Beauty and the Beast. Modern adaptations of Perrault's fairy tales in films, literature, music and/or art will be discussed. Finally students will be asked to read articles chosen to represent a wide variety of critical approaches to fairy tales. Class will consist of lectures and interactive activities.

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HUMN 280 01

Outstanding Spanish and Spanish-American literary works. Course taught in English by an instructor of Spanish. Offered periodically.

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ITEC 110 01

Communication technology to design, compose, send, receive and understand ideas and information. Emphasis on graphic and electronic media. Experiences with graphic design, graphic reproduction, desktop publishing, web-page development, photography, and digital video and audio. 2 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Offered fall, spring.

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ITEC 110 02

Communication technology to design, compose, send, receive and understand ideas and information. Emphasis on graphic and electronic media. Experiences with graphic design, graphic reproduction, desktop publishing, web-page development, photography, and digital video and audio. 2 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Offered fall, spring.

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ITEC 130 01

The integration and interrelationships of materials and processes for construction and manufacturing, including the application of math and scientific principles and the technological impacts on industry and society. Requires experiences in materials processing and production tooling. 2 hrs. lec., 3 hrs lab. Offered fall, spring.

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ITEC 252 01

Planning, creating, and publishing of web media. Topics include information design, optimization of graphic and audio files, navigation systems and website technologies. Multimedia authoring software will be utilized to produce and publish websites that include digital animations and interactive forms. 2 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Prereq: ITEC 110 or permission of instructor.

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ITEC 271 01

Various nonmetallic materials, processes, products and impacts, including polymers, ceramics, wood, clay, composites and glass. Instruction and experiences provided on safety and the use of tools and machines associated with nonmetallics. Includes production activities in each of the specified nonmetallic material areas. 2 hrs. lec., 3 hrs. lab. Offered fall, spring. Prereq: ITEC 130.

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MATH 100 01

A liberal arts course for students who will not be scheduling a technical/professional math course. A survey of mathematics important to the history of Western civilization and to the modern world. Introductory modules covered usually include number theory, geometry, topology, probability, statistics, graph theory, consumer mathematics and set theory. No credit in math/science block for math and science majors. Prereq: MATH 090 with a grade of C- or higher or math placement testing/evaluation before registration. MATH 100 and MATH 102 may not both be taken for general education credit.

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MATH 100 02

A liberal arts course for students who will not be scheduling a technical/professional math course. A survey of mathematics important to the history of Western civilization and to the modern world. Introductory modules covered usually include number theory, geometry, topology, probability, statistics, graph theory, consumer mathematics and set theory. No credit in math/science block for math and science majors. Prereq: MATH 090 with a grade of C- or higher or math placement testing/evaluation before registration. MATH 100 and MATH 102 may not both be taken for general education credit.

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MATH 100 56A

A liberal arts course for students who will not be scheduling a technical/professional math course. A survey of mathematics important to the history of Western civilization and to the modern world. Introductory modules covered usually include number theory, geometry, topology, probability, statistics, graph theory, consumer mathematics and set theory. No credit in math/science block for math and science majors. Prereq: MATH 090 with a grade of C- or higher or math placement testing/evaluation before registration. MATH 100 and MATH 102 may not both be taken for general education credit.

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MATH 101 01

For students who need to improve their algebraic skills before taking a higher-level course such as MATH 151, 160 or 161; focuses on algebraic topics needed for success in college mathematics and its applications. Includes the real number system, linear equations and inequalities, word problems, polynomials and factoring, rational algebraic expressions, exponents and radicals, quadratic equations, irrational equations, graphs of equations, systems of equations and logarithmic and exponential functions. Prereq: high school algebra I, II and geometry; math placement testing/ evaluation before registration.

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MATH 101 02

For students who need to improve their algebraic skills before taking a higher-level course such as MATH 151, 160 or 161; focuses on algebraic topics needed for success in college mathematics and its applications. Includes the real number system, linear equations and inequalities, word problems, polynomials and factoring, rational algebraic expressions, exponents and radicals, quadratic equations, irrational equations, graphs of equations, systems of equations and logarithmic and exponential functions. Prereq: high school algebra I, II and geometry; math placement testing/ evaluation before registration.

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MATH 101 03

For students who need to improve their algebraic skills before taking a higher-level course such as MATH 151, 160 or 161; focuses on algebraic topics needed for success in college mathematics and its applications. Includes the real number system, linear equations and inequalities, word problems, polynomials and factoring, rational algebraic expressions, exponents and radicals, quadratic equations, irrational equations, graphs of equations, systems of equations and logarithmic and exponential functions. Prereq: high school algebra I, II and geometry; math placement testing/ evaluation before registration.

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MATH 101 04

For students who need to improve their algebraic skills before taking a higher-level course such as MATH 151, 160 or 161; focuses on algebraic topics needed for success in college mathematics and its applications. Includes the real number system, linear equations and inequalities, word problems, polynomials and factoring, rational algebraic expressions, exponents and radicals, quadratic equations, irrational equations, graphs of equations, systems of equations and logarithmic and exponential functions. Prereq: high school algebra I, II and geometry; math placement testing/ evaluation before registration.

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MATH 101 05

For students who need to improve their algebraic skills before taking a higher-level course such as MATH 151, 160 or 161; focuses on algebraic topics needed for success in college mathematics and its applications. Includes the real number system, linear equations and inequalities, word problems, polynomials and factoring, rational algebraic expressions, exponents and radicals, quadratic equations, irrational equations, graphs of equations, systems of equations and logarithmic and exponential functions. Prereq: high school algebra I, II and geometry; math placement testing/ evaluation before registration.

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MATH 101 06

For students who need to improve their algebraic skills before taking a higher-level course such as MATH 151, 160 or 161; focuses on algebraic topics needed for success in college mathematics and its applications. Includes the real number system, linear equations and inequalities, word problems, polynomials and factoring, rational algebraic expressions, exponents and radicals, quadratic equations, irrational equations, graphs of equations, systems of equations and logarithmic and exponential functions. Prereq: high school algebra I, II and geometry; math placement testing/ evaluation before registration.

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MATH 101 56A

For students who need to improve their algebraic skills before taking a higher-level course such as MATH 151, 160 or 161; focuses on algebraic topics needed for success in college mathematics and its applications. Includes the real number system, linear equations and inequalities, word problems, polynomials and factoring, rational algebraic expressions, exponents and radicals, quadratic equations, irrational equations, graphs of equations, systems of equations and logarithmic and exponential functions. Prereq: high school algebra I, II and geometry; math placement testing/ evaluation before registration.

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MATH 102 56A

A survey of mathematical ideas developed by non-European cultures, including, but not limited to, those of Africans, Asians and native North, Central and South Americans. Includes culture and specific examples from the following areas of mathematics: number theory, topology, probability, group theory and logic. No credit under block G2 for math or science majors. Prereq: MATH 090 with a grade of C- or higher, math placement testing/ evaluation before registration. MATH 100 and MATH 102 may not both be taken for general education credit. Offered in spring.

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MATH 104 01

Mathematics content that elementary and special education teachers of mathematics at any level need to know and understand before beginning to teach. Designed to equip all such majors with sufficient knowledge and facility in mathematics for teaching it effectively. Includes sets and logic, number systems, structure of algorithms, number theory, properties of integers, rational numbers and real numbers, and beginning geometry and measurement. Emphasis on problem solving and reasoning within each topic. Required of all early childhood education and middle level majors. Prereq: math placement testing/evaluation before registration.

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MATH 104 02

Mathematics content that elementary and special education teachers of mathematics at any level need to know and understand before beginning to teach. Designed to equip all such majors with sufficient knowledge and facility in mathematics for teaching it effectively. Includes sets and logic, number systems, structure of algorithms, number theory, properties of integers, rational numbers and real numbers, and beginning geometry and measurement. Emphasis on problem solving and reasoning within each topic. Required of all early childhood education and middle level majors. Prereq: math placement testing/evaluation before registration.

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MATH 105 01

An extension of MATH 104; covers additional mathematics topics relevant to teaching elementary mathematics. Includes algebra, additional study in geometry and measurement, probability and statistics, graphing and further emphasis on problem solving and reasoning. Required of all early childhood education majors. Prereq: C or higher in MATH 104 and passing score on the basic skills test.

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MATH 105 02

An extension of MATH 104; covers additional mathematics topics relevant to teaching elementary mathematics. Includes algebra, additional study in geometry and measurement, probability and statistics, graphing and further emphasis on problem solving and reasoning. Required of all early childhood education majors. Prereq: C or higher in MATH 104 and passing score on the basic skills test.

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MATH 130 01

Derivation of basic formulas; measures of central tendency and variability; probability and normal curve; sampling and hypothesis testing; confidence intervals. No credit toward a math or four-year computer science major, or under block G2 for majors in the School of Science and Mathematics except for nursing majors and allied health technology majors. Prereq: any 100-level MATH course or math placement testing/evaluation before registration. MATH 234 and MATH 235 are equivalent courses, credit will not be given for MATH 130, 234 and/or 235.

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MATH 130 02

Derivation of basic formulas; measures of central tendency and variability; probability and normal curve; sampling and hypothesis testing; confidence intervals. No credit toward a math or four-year computer science major, or under block G2 for majors in the School of Science and Mathematics except for nursing majors and allied health technology majors. Prereq: any 100-level MATH course or math placement testing/evaluation before registration. MATH 234 and MATH 235 are equivalent courses, credit will not be given for MATH 130, 234 and/or 235.

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MATH 130 03

Derivation of basic formulas; measures of central tendency and variability; probability and normal curve; sampling and hypothesis testing; confidence intervals. No credit toward a math or four-year computer science major, or under block G2 for majors in the School of Science and Mathematics except for nursing majors and allied health technology majors. Prereq: any 100-level MATH course or math placement testing/evaluation before registration. MATH 234 and MATH 235 are equivalent courses, credit will not be given for MATH 130, 234 and/or 235.

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MATH 130 56A

Derivation of basic formulas; measures of central tendency and variability; probability and normal curve; sampling and hypothesis testing; confidence intervals. No credit toward a math or four-year computer science major, or under block G2 for majors in the School of Science and Mathematics except for nursing majors and allied health technology majors. Prereq: any 100-level MATH course or math placement testing/evaluation before registration. MATH 234 and MATH 235 are equivalent courses, credit will not be given for MATH 130, 234 and/or 235.

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MATH 151 03

Elementary calculus and its applications in business, economics, life and social sciences. Functions, limits and continuity. The derivative, applications in marginal analysis, optimization, differentials and error estimation. Antiderivatives, area under a curve and definite integrals; integration by parts. Exponential and logarithm functions; applications to growth and decay problems. Improper integrals. No credit toward a major or minor in mathematics. Prereq: MATH 101 or equivalent with a grade of C- or higher, or math placement testing/evaluation before registration. Credit will not be granted for more than one course from MATH 151, 161 or 163H. These courses are considered equivalent and will be processed as repeat credit.

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MATH 151 04

Elementary calculus and its applications in business, economics, life and social sciences. Functions, limits and continuity. The derivative, applications in marginal analysis, optimization, differentials and error estimation. Antiderivatives, area under a curve and definite integrals; integration by parts. Exponential and logarithm functions; applications to growth and decay problems. Improper integrals. No credit toward a major or minor in mathematics. Prereq: MATH 101 or equivalent with a grade of C- or higher, or math placement testing/evaluation before registration. Credit will not be granted for more than one course from MATH 151, 161 or 163H. These courses are considered equivalent and will be processed as repeat credit.

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MATH 151 56A

Elementary calculus and its applications in business, economics, life and social sciences. Functions, limits and continuity. The derivative, applications in marginal analysis, optimization, differentials and error estimation. Antiderivatives, area under a curve and definite integrals; integration by parts. Exponential and logarithm functions; applications to growth and decay problems. Improper integrals. No credit toward a major or minor in mathematics. Prereq: MATH 101 or equivalent with a grade of C- or higher, or math placement testing/evaluation before registration. Credit will not be granted for more than one course from MATH 151, 161 or 163H. These courses are considered equivalent and will be processed as repeat credit.

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MATH 160 03

For students preparing to take Calculus I (MATH 161) who need additional background. Covers topics in which beginning calculus students are often deficient: elementary functions, curve sketching, theory of equations, inequalities, trigonometry and analytic geometry. No credit toward a math major. Prereq: two years of high school algebra, one year of high school geometry and trigonometry, and math placement testing/evaluation before registration; or MATH 101.

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MATH 160 56A

For students preparing to take Calculus I (MATH 161) who need additional background. Covers topics in which beginning calculus students are often deficient: elementary functions, curve sketching, theory of equations, inequalities, trigonometry and analytic geometry. No credit toward a math major. Prereq: two years of high school algebra, one year of high school geometry and trigonometry, and math placement testing/evaluation before registration; or MATH 101.

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MATH 161 01

Introduces concepts and techniques of calculus, beginning with limits. Major emphasis is on the theory and applications of limits, continuity, derivatives, antiderivatives and the definite integral. Includes introductory calculus of trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions. Prereq: C- or higher in MATH 160 or math placement testing/evaluation before registration. Credit will not be granted for more than one course from MATH 151, 161 or 163H. These courses are considered equivalent and will be processed as repeat credit.

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MATH 161 04

Introduces concepts and techniques of calculus, beginning with limits. Major emphasis is on the theory and applications of limits, continuity, derivatives, antiderivatives and the definite integral. Includes introductory calculus of trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions. Prereq: C- or higher in MATH 160 or math placement testing/evaluation before registration. Credit will not be granted for more than one course from MATH 151, 161 or 163H. These courses are considered equivalent and will be processed as repeat credit.

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MATH 161 05

Introduces concepts and techniques of calculus, beginning with limits. Major emphasis is on the theory and applications of limits, continuity, derivatives, antiderivatives and the definite integral. Includes introductory calculus of trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions. Prereq: C- or higher in MATH 160 or math placement testing/evaluation before registration. Credit will not be granted for more than one course from MATH 151, 161 or 163H. These courses are considered equivalent and will be processed as repeat credit.

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MATH 211 01

Continuation of MATH 161. Techniques of integration, applications of the definite integral, improper integrals, parametric equations, polar coordinates, sequences and infinite series. Prereq: C- or higher in MATH 161 or 163.

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MATH 211 02

Continuation of MATH 161. Techniques of integration, applications of the definite integral, improper integrals, parametric equations, polar coordinates, sequences and infinite series. Prereq: C- or higher in MATH 161 or 163.

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MATH 211 03

Continuation of MATH 161. Techniques of integration, applications of the definite integral, improper integrals, parametric equations, polar coordinates, sequences and infinite series. Prereq: C- or higher in MATH 161 or 163.

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MATH 235 01

A survey of elementary probability theory, estimation, hypothesis testing and simple regression and correlation. Interpretation of statistical inference in the analysis of data. Emphasis on applications in both behavioral and physical sciences. Prereq: MATH 101 or MATH 151 or higher, or math placement of MATH 151 or higher. MATH 130 and MATH 234 are equivalent courses, credit will not be given for MATH 130, 234 and/or 235.

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MATH 235 02

A survey of elementary probability theory, estimation, hypothesis testing and simple regression and correlation. Interpretation of statistical inference in the analysis of data. Emphasis on applications in both behavioral and physical sciences. Prereq: MATH 101 or MATH 151 or higher, or math placement of MATH 151 or higher. MATH 130 and MATH 234 are equivalent courses, credit will not be given for MATH 130, 234 and/or 235.

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MATH 235 04

A survey of elementary probability theory, estimation, hypothesis testing and simple regression and correlation. Interpretation of statistical inference in the analysis of data. Emphasis on applications in both behavioral and physical sciences. Prereq: MATH 101 or MATH 151 or higher, or math placement of MATH 151 or higher. MATH 130 and MATH 234 are equivalent courses, credit will not be given for MATH 130, 234 and/or 235.

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MATH 235 05

A survey of elementary probability theory, estimation, hypothesis testing and simple regression and correlation. Interpretation of statistical inference in the analysis of data. Emphasis on applications in both behavioral and physical sciences. Prereq: MATH 101 or MATH 151 or higher, or math placement of MATH 151 or higher. MATH 130 and MATH 234 are equivalent courses, credit will not be given for MATH 130, 234 and/or 235.

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MATH 235 56A

A survey of elementary probability theory, estimation, hypothesis testing and simple regression and correlation. Interpretation of statistical inference in the analysis of data. Emphasis on applications in both behavioral and physical sciences. Prereq: MATH 101 or MATH 151 or higher, or math placement of MATH 151 or higher. MATH 130 and MATH 234 are equivalent courses, credit will not be given for MATH 130, 234 and/or 235.

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MATH 236 01

An extension of MATH 130 or MATH 235. Includes estimation, hypothesis testing, design of experiments with analysis of variance, regression analysis, covariance analysis and nonparametric approaches. Includes experiences using a variety of computing devices. A substantial methods course for any major who needs to use statistical techniques. No credit toward math major. Offered in spring. Prereq: MATH 130 or MATH 235.

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MATH 301 01

The progression of mathematical concepts in the context of the thought and civilization of the time, from the Babylonians to the 20th century. Focus on the contributions of the Hellenic and Alexandrian Greeks as a point of departure for the evolution of geometry, number theory, analysis and logic. Proofs of some of the great theorems. Prereq: COMM 100, ENGL 110, MATH 151 or 156 or 161 or 163, and junior status.

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MATH 301H 02

The progression of mathematical concepts in the context of the thought and civilization of the time, from the Babylonians to the 20th century. Focus on the contributions of the Hellenic and Alexandrian Greeks as a point of departure for the evolution of geometry, number theory, analysis and logic. Proofs of some of the great theorems. Prereq: COMM 100, ENGL 110, MATH 151 or 156 or 161 or 163, and junior status.

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MATH 310 01

Emphasizes mathematical reasoning and communication of mathematical ideas both orally and in writing. Symbolic logic. Techniques of mathematical proof. Algebra of sets, binary relations and functions. Infinite sets, both countable and uncountable. Prereq: ENGL 110 and C- or higher in MATH 211.

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MATH 311 01

Continuation of MATH 211. Vector calculus, functions of several real variables, partial differentiation, implicit functions, multiple integrals, line and surface integrals and applications. Prereq: C- or higher in MATH 211.

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MATH 311 02

Continuation of MATH 211. Vector calculus, functions of several real variables, partial differentiation, implicit functions, multiple integrals, line and surface integrals and applications. Prereq: C- or higher in MATH 211.

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MATH 322 01

A rigorous introduction to linear algebra. Includes systems of linear equations, matrix algebra, determinants, vector spaces, inner product spaces geometry in Rn, linear transformations, orthogonal transformations, eigentheory and diagonalization. Prereq or coreq: C- or higher in MATH 311; MATH 310 recommended. Credit will not be given for this course and MATH 304. MATH 322 is intended for mathematics majors and is more theory and proof-based. MATH 304 is more application oriented and intended for computer science or data science majors

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MATH 333 01

Designed for mathematics education majors. A rigorous study of probability, distribution theory and the basics of statistical inference. Includes probability, expectation, discrete and continuous distributions, descriptive statistics and both estimation and hypothesis testing for one- and twosample problems. Credit will not be granted for both MATH 333 and MATH 335. Prereq: C- or higher in MATH 311.

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MATH 345 01

Groups, rings, fields, integral domains. Emphasis on structure of algebra. Prereq: C- or higher in MATH 310 and 322.

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MATH 355 01

The study of geometry from a transformational point of view. The group of affine transformations, with the subgroups of similarities and motions, is studied with investigation of invariant properties. Some exposure to transformations in the complex plane. Offered in spring and periodically in summer. Prereq: C- or higher in MATH 310 and 322 or permission of instructor.

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MATH 365 01

First-order differential equations; linear first- and second-order initial-value problems; power series solutions; applications. Also includes at least one of the following topics: special functions of mathematical physics, Laplace transforms, systems of first-order equations. Offered in fall, spring. Prereq: C- or higher in MATH 311.

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MATH 372 01

Provides an understanding of the fundamental concepts of financial mathematics, and how those concepts are applied in calculating present and accumulated values for various streams of cash flows as a basis for future use in: reserving, valuation, pricing, asset/liability management, investment income, capital budgeting, and valuing contingent cash flows. Prereq: C- or better in MATH 211

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MATH 375 01

Numerical methods for solving systems of linear equations, solving nonlinear equations, integration, interpolation, approximation and least squares curve fitting. Error theory. Offered in spring. Prereq: C- or higher in CSCI 161, MATH 311 and 322.

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MATH 419 01

A synthesis of calculus and probability that will develop the knowledge of the fundamental probability tools for quantitatively assessing risk. Students will be provided with the skills required in such examinations as the SOA Exam P and CAS Exam 1. Does not count as an upper-division elective for the mathematics major or minor. Offered in spring.

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MATH 435 01

A continuation of MATH 335. Functions of random variables, sampling distributions, point estimation, interval estimation, hypotheses-testing theory and applications. Offered in spring. Prereq: C- or higher in MATH 335.

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MATH 464 01

Rigorous development of the concepts and methods of calculus. The real number system and its topology; theory of limits and continuity; differentiable functions and their properties, the Reimann integral. Prereq: C- or higher in MATH 311 and MATH 345 or department permission.

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MATH 472 56

Develops knowledge of the theoretical basis of actuarial models and the application of those models to insurance and other financial risks. Pricing formulas for forwards, futures, and options are developed and used in financial strategies designed to reduce risk. Prereq: C- or better in MATH 335 or MATH 333 and C- or better in MATH 372.

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MILS 102 01

An introduction to the fundamental components of service as an officer in the United States Army. Initial lessons form the building blocks of progressive lessons in values, fitness, leadership and officership. By means of both written and oral presentations regarding the history of military art, battle history, technical studies and the relationship of the armed forces with society, students will be encouraged to develop a habit of critical reflection. In addition to developing a foundation of military officership and leadership, students will receive practical instruction in the application of military art and basic soldier skills. Meets one hour per week plus a weekly 90-minute leadership lab. MILS 101 in fall and MILS 102 in spring.

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MILS 102 02

An introduction to the fundamental components of service as an officer in the United States Army. Initial lessons form the building blocks of progressive lessons in values, fitness, leadership and officership. By means of both written and oral presentations regarding the history of military art, battle history, technical studies and the relationship of the armed forces with society, students will be encouraged to develop a habit of critical reflection. In addition to developing a foundation of military officership and leadership, students will receive practical instruction in the application of military art and basic soldier skills. Meets one hour per week plus a weekly 90-minute leadership lab. MILS 101 in fall and MILS 102 in spring.

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MILS 102 56A

An introduction to the fundamental components of service as an officer in the United States Army. Initial lessons form the building blocks of progressive lessons in values, fitness, leadership and officership. By means of both written and oral presentations regarding the history of military art, battle history, technical studies and the relationship of the armed forces with society, students will be encouraged to develop a habit of critical reflection. In addition to developing a foundation of military officership and leadership, students will receive practical instruction in the application of military art and basic soldier skills. Meets one hour per week plus a weekly 90-minute leadership lab. MILS 101 in fall and MILS 102 in spring.

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MUSI 202 02

Examines the history, philosophy, music-theatre, and significance of the American Broadway musical. Will give students several opportunities to observe, discuss and report on American Broadway musical productions.

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MUSI 202 03

Examines the history, philosophy, music-theatre, and significance of the American Broadway musical. Will give students several opportunities to observe, discuss and report on American Broadway musical productions.

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OSEH 120 01

Introduction to safety, health and environmental issues that impact people and workplaces. Includes the historical development of safety, the impact of accidents on society, a legislative overview and basic principles of personal risk assessment and management.

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OSEH 120 03

Introduction to safety, health and environmental issues that impact people and workplaces. Includes the historical development of safety, the impact of accidents on society, a legislative overview and basic principles of personal risk assessment and management.

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OSEH 221 01

Basic principles, chemistry of fire, fire hazards determination, workforce notification, alarm and sprinkler systems, protective equipment, evacuation procedures and fire fighting methods. Offered fall, spring.

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OSEH 221 02

Basic principles, chemistry of fire, fire hazards determination, workforce notification, alarm and sprinkler systems, protective equipment, evacuation procedures and fire fighting methods. Offered fall, spring.

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PHIL 100 01

A beginning study of some of the major philosophical issues and thinkers.

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PHIL 100 02

A beginning study of some of the major philosophical issues and thinkers.

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PHIL 100 03

A beginning study of some of the major philosophical issues and thinkers.

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PHIL 100 04

A beginning study of some of the major philosophical issues and thinkers.

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PHIL 201 01

Intensive study of selected problems, figures or movements in psychology with emphasis on the philosophical foundations or implications. Offered annually.

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PHIL 202 56A

Various viewpoints regarding both the nature of love and of human sexuality. Offered annually.

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PHIL 280 01

Various ways people have confronted death and have sought to understand it. Offered periodically.

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PHYS 101 01

An elementary treatment of fundamental concepts of classical and modern physics. Selected examples from classical mechanics, electromagnetism, thermodynamics, relativity and quantum mechanics. The solving of numerical problems is de-emphasized. 3 hr. lec. and discussion. No credit in block G2 for majors in the School of Science and Mathematics. Credit will be granted for only one of the courses: PHYS 101, 103 or 104. Offered in spring. Prereq: MATH placement at the 100 level or above.

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PHYS 103 01

An elementary treatment of fundamental concepts of classical and modern physics. Selected examples from classical mechanics, electromagnetism, thermodynamics, relativity and quantum mechanics. The solving of numerical problems is de-emphasized. 3 hrs. lec., 2 hrs. lab. No credit in block G2 for majors in the following departments: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth Science, Math or Physics. Credit will be granted for only one of the courses: PHYS 101, 103 or 104. Offered in fall, periodically in spring.

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PHYS 103 01A

An elementary treatment of fundamental concepts of classical and modern physics. Selected examples from classical mechanics, electromagnetism, thermodynamics, relativity and quantum mechanics. The solving of numerical problems is de-emphasized. 3 hrs. lec., 2 hrs. lab. No credit in block G2 for majors in the following departments: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth Science, Math or Physics. Credit will be granted for only one of the courses: PHYS 101, 103 or 104. Offered in fall, periodically in spring.

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PHYS 103 01B

An elementary treatment of fundamental concepts of classical and modern physics. Selected examples from classical mechanics, electromagnetism, thermodynamics, relativity and quantum mechanics. The solving of numerical problems is de-emphasized. 3 hrs. lec., 2 hrs. lab. No credit in block G2 for majors in the following departments: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth Science, Math or Physics. Credit will be granted for only one of the courses: PHYS 101, 103 or 104. Offered in fall, periodically in spring.

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PHYS 117 01

Astronomy for a general audience; emphasis on the physical nature of the universe. Terrestrial astronomy, light, telescopes, spectra, stars, stellar evolution, galaxies, cosmology, the solar system. 3 hrs. lec. and discussion. No credit in block G2 for majors in the School of Science and Mathematics. Offered in fall, spring.

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PHYS 131 01

An introductory algebra-based course. Fundamental laws and properties of matter, mechanics and heat. Problems dealing with these laws. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation and 2 hrs. lab. Prereq: MATH 101 or MPT score sufficient for the student to enroll in MATH courses above MATH 110. Offered fall, summer.

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PHYS 131 01A

An introductory algebra-based course. Fundamental laws and properties of matter, mechanics and heat. Problems dealing with these laws. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation and 2 hrs. lab. Prereq: MATH 101 or MPT score sufficient for the student to enroll in MATH courses above MATH 110. Offered fall, summer.

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PHYS 131 01B

An introductory algebra-based course. Fundamental laws and properties of matter, mechanics and heat. Problems dealing with these laws. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation and 2 hrs. lab. Prereq: MATH 101 or MPT score sufficient for the student to enroll in MATH courses above MATH 110. Offered fall, summer.

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PHYS 131 02A

An introductory algebra-based course. Fundamental laws and properties of matter, mechanics and heat. Problems dealing with these laws. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation and 2 hrs. lab. Prereq: MATH 101 or MPT score sufficient for the student to enroll in MATH courses above MATH 110. Offered fall, summer.

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PHYS 131 02B

An introductory algebra-based course. Fundamental laws and properties of matter, mechanics and heat. Problems dealing with these laws. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation and 2 hrs. lab. Prereq: MATH 101 or MPT score sufficient for the student to enroll in MATH courses above MATH 110. Offered fall, summer.

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PHYS 132 01

Continuation of Physics 131. Fundamental laws and properties of electricity, magnetism, waves, sound, light and radiation. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation and 2 hrs. lab. Offered spring, summer. Prereq: PHYS 131 or 231.

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PHYS 132 01A

Continuation of Physics 131. Fundamental laws and properties of electricity, magnetism, waves, sound, light and radiation. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation and 2 hrs. lab. Offered spring, summer. Prereq: PHYS 131 or 231.

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PHYS 132 01B

Continuation of Physics 131. Fundamental laws and properties of electricity, magnetism, waves, sound, light and radiation. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation and 2 hrs. lab. Offered spring, summer. Prereq: PHYS 131 or 231.

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PHYS 132 01C

Continuation of Physics 131. Fundamental laws and properties of electricity, magnetism, waves, sound, light and radiation. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation and 2 hrs. lab. Offered spring, summer. Prereq: PHYS 131 or 231.

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PHYS 132 02A

Continuation of Physics 131. Fundamental laws and properties of electricity, magnetism, waves, sound, light and radiation. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation and 2 hrs. lab. Offered spring, summer. Prereq: PHYS 131 or 231.

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PHYS 132 02B

Continuation of Physics 131. Fundamental laws and properties of electricity, magnetism, waves, sound, light and radiation. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation and 2 hrs. lab. Offered spring, summer. Prereq: PHYS 131 or 231.

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PHYS 132 02C

Continuation of Physics 131. Fundamental laws and properties of electricity, magnetism, waves, sound, light and radiation. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation and 2 hrs. lab. Offered spring, summer. Prereq: PHYS 131 or 231.

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PHYS 231 01

An introductory course in classical physics dealing with mechanics, fluids, waves and thermodynamics. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation, one 3-hr. lab. Offered in fall, spring, summer. Prereq: C- or higher in MATH 161.

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PHYS 231 01A

An introductory course in classical physics dealing with mechanics, fluids, waves and thermodynamics. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation, one 3-hr. lab. Offered in fall, spring, summer. Prereq: C- or higher in MATH 161.

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PHYS 231 02A

An introductory course in classical physics dealing with mechanics, fluids, waves and thermodynamics. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation, one 3-hr. lab. Offered in fall, spring, summer. Prereq: C- or higher in MATH 161.

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PHYS 232 01

Continuation of PHYS 231. An introductory course in classical physics dealing with electricity, magnetism and optics. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation, one 3-hr. lab. Offered in fall, spring, summer. Prereq: C- or higher in PHYS 231. Coreq: MATH 211.

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PHYS 232 01A

Continuation of PHYS 231. An introductory course in classical physics dealing with electricity, magnetism and optics. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation, one 3-hr. lab. Offered in fall, spring, summer. Prereq: C- or higher in PHYS 231. Coreq: MATH 211.

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PHYS 232 01B

Continuation of PHYS 231. An introductory course in classical physics dealing with electricity, magnetism and optics. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation, one 3-hr. lab. Offered in fall, spring, summer. Prereq: C- or higher in PHYS 231. Coreq: MATH 211.

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PHYS 232 01C

Continuation of PHYS 231. An introductory course in classical physics dealing with electricity, magnetism and optics. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation, one 3-hr. lab. Offered in fall, spring, summer. Prereq: C- or higher in PHYS 231. Coreq: MATH 211.

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PHYS 232 02A

Continuation of PHYS 231. An introductory course in classical physics dealing with electricity, magnetism and optics. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation, one 3-hr. lab. Offered in fall, spring, summer. Prereq: C- or higher in PHYS 231. Coreq: MATH 211.

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PHYS 232 02B

Continuation of PHYS 231. An introductory course in classical physics dealing with electricity, magnetism and optics. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation, one 3-hr. lab. Offered in fall, spring, summer. Prereq: C- or higher in PHYS 231. Coreq: MATH 211.

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PHYS 232 02C

Continuation of PHYS 231. An introductory course in classical physics dealing with electricity, magnetism and optics. 3 hrs. lec., 1 hr. recitation, one 3-hr. lab. Offered in fall, spring, summer. Prereq: C- or higher in PHYS 231. Coreq: MATH 211.

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PHYS 233 01

Selected topics from the areas of waves and optics, special relativity, an introduction to the concepts and development of modern physics and single-particle quantum mechanics. 3 hrs. lec. Offered in spring. Prereq: C- or higher in PHYS 232. Coreq: MATH 311.

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PHYS 266 01

The fundamentals of analog devices and their application to electronic circuits. Operational amplifiers, power supplies, semiconductor devices, oscillators and an introduction to integrated circuits. Two 3-hr. labs. Offered in spring. Prereq: PHYS 132 or 232. Coreq: MATH 161.

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PSYC 100 02

An introduction to the study of behavior and mental activity, including such aspects as motivation, emotions, sensation and perception, individual differences, the nervous system, learning and personality with a view of understanding behavior.

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PSYC 100 03

An introduction to the study of behavior and mental activity, including such aspects as motivation, emotions, sensation and perception, individual differences, the nervous system, learning and personality with a view of understanding behavior.

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PSYC 100 05

An introduction to the study of behavior and mental activity, including such aspects as motivation, emotions, sensation and perception, individual differences, the nervous system, learning and personality with a view of understanding behavior.

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PSYC 100 06

An introduction to the study of behavior and mental activity, including such aspects as motivation, emotions, sensation and perception, individual differences, the nervous system, learning and personality with a view of understanding behavior.

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PSYC 100 07

An introduction to the study of behavior and mental activity, including such aspects as motivation, emotions, sensation and perception, individual differences, the nervous system, learning and personality with a view of understanding behavior.

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PSYC 227 06

A study of the theory and research pertaining to the growth, development and behavior of children through adolescence. Prereq: ENGL 110 and PSYC 100. No course credit given if credit earned for separate course in child psychology or adolescent psychology. No credit given if credit earned for PSYC 228.

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PSYC 227 07

A study of the theory and research pertaining to the growth, development and behavior of children through adolescence. Prereq: ENGL 110 and PSYC 100. No course credit given if credit earned for separate course in child psychology or adolescent psychology. No credit given if credit earned for PSYC 228.

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PSYC 256 0

An examination of factors that shape personal and social behavior, with a focus on basic issues, problems and therapies as they relate to personal adjustment. Offered in fall, spring. Prereq: ENGL 110 and PSYC 100.

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PSYC 256 01

An examination of factors that shape personal and social behavior, with a focus on basic issues, problems and therapies as they relate to personal adjustment. Offered in fall, spring. Prereq: ENGL 110 and PSYC 100.

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SOCY 101 02

Introduction to the scientific study of human groups, organizations and societies. Examination of major sociological questions and approaches to studying them.

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SOCY 101 03

Introduction to the scientific study of human groups, organizations and societies. Examination of major sociological questions and approaches to studying them.

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SOCY 211 01

A sociological examination of problem areas or human concerns such as poverty, labor issues, substance abuse, domestic violence, crime and justice, health, the environment, discrimination and globalization. Topics may vary. Prereq: ENGL 110.

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SOCY 211 50A

A sociological examination of problem areas or human concerns such as poverty, labor issues, substance abuse, domestic violence, crime and justice, health, the environment, discrimination and globalization. Topics may vary. Prereq: ENGL 110.

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SOCY 216 01

Analysis of population processes such as fertility, mortality, composition, distribution and migration patterns; relationship of population processes to social, economic and political development; effects of status differences; trends in population change. Offered periodically.

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SOWK 102 01

Introduction to social work’s approach to social problems, including how public-policy decisions affect individuals and families; overview of competing public-policy agendas in social welfare and alternative strategies for problem resolution, societal values and trends affecting service delivery; understanding social work in action; examining core concepts, values and ethics.

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SOWK 102 50A

Introduction to social work’s approach to social problems, including how public-policy decisions affect individuals and families; overview of competing public-policy agendas in social welfare and alternative strategies for problem resolution, societal values and trends affecting service delivery; understanding social work in action; examining core concepts, values and ethics.

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SPAN 101 0

Introduction to language and culture. Fundamentals of grammar and syntax. Oral and written practice, short readings and practice in aural comprehension. Emphasis is placed on learning useful everyday phrases and working toward accuracy in pronunciation. Offered in fall, spring.

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SPAN 101 01

Introduction to language and culture. Fundamentals of grammar and syntax. Oral and written practice, short readings and practice in aural comprehension. Emphasis is placed on learning useful everyday phrases and working toward accuracy in pronunciation. Offered in fall, spring.

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SPAN 101 50A

Introduction to language and culture. Fundamentals of grammar and syntax. Oral and written practice, short readings and practice in aural comprehension. Emphasis is placed on learning useful everyday phrases and working toward accuracy in pronunciation. Offered in fall, spring.

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SPAN 102 0

Continuation of SPAN 101; emphasis on more complex syntactical structures while working toward greater proficiency in both productive (speaking and writing) and receptive (reading and listening) skills. Offered in fall, spring. Prereq: SPAN 101 or 2 years of high school Spanish.

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SPAN 102 01

Continuation of SPAN 101; emphasis on more complex syntactical structures while working toward greater proficiency in both productive (speaking and writing) and receptive (reading and listening) skills. Offered in fall, spring. Prereq: SPAN 101 or 2 years of high school Spanish.

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SPAN 201 01

Emphasis is placed on further developing receptive and productive skills through varied realistic exercises and in authentic real-life situations. Contemporary cultural and literary texts provide the thematic basis for oral and written communication. Systematic treatment of grammar. Offered in fall, spring. Prereq: SPAN 102 or placement exam.

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SPAN 202 01

Continuation of SPAN 201. Communication in speech and writing; grammar and vocabulary are studied in greater depth and breadth. Increased emphasis on developing a cross-cultural perspective. Treatment of grammar and reading comprehension. Offered in fall, spring. Prereq: SPAN 201 or placement exam.

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SPAN 332 01

Spanish history and culture from 1700 forward from the beginning of the Bourbon dynasty through the present. Emphasis on the intellectual, social, cultural and political aspects of life in Spain. Outside readings, class reports. Considerable use of slides and films. Offered annually. Prereq: SPAN 202 or 351.

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SPAN 352 01

Systematic practice in the language, designed to hone students’ grammar, oral and written skills to a level of proficiency enabling them to express themselves with accuracy and fluency. Extensive grammar review. Prereq for SPAN 351: SPAN 202 or placement exam. Prereq for SPAN 352: SPAN 351, ENGL 110. Offered in fall and spring.

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SPAN 379 01

Experimental

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SPAN 460 01

Intended for students with a firm oral and written command of Spanish who need expert guidance for avoiding the pitfalls inherent in transposing thought from one language to another. Emphasis on idiomatic translation of newspaper and magazine articles. Offered in spring. Prereq: SPAN 351 and 352.

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THEA 120 01

An introduction to technical theatre. Topics include the construction and handling of scenery, scenic painting, stage lighting, and the proper, safe use of tools and equipment. Offered annually.

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THEA 201 01

A practical application course designed to offer students the experiential learning necessary to support theatre production activity: Design, Building/Installing, Running and Managing. Pre-requisite: THEA 120. Repeatable for credit up to six times.

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WELL 175 01

This course offers a comprehensive discussion of the dimensions of wellness including such topics as physical fitness, nutrition, psychological well-being, time- and stress-management, STI prevention, sexual violence risk reduction, active bystander interventions, addictive behaviors related to alcohol and other drugs, as well as chronic diseases. The course also includes useful and practical advice for adopting a wellness lifestyle that takes into account individual interests, goals, and life situations.

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WELL 175 02

This course offers a comprehensive discussion of the dimensions of wellness including such topics as physical fitness, nutrition, psychological well-being, time- and stress-management, STI prevention, sexual violence risk reduction, active bystander interventions, addictive behaviors related to alcohol and other drugs, as well as chronic diseases. The course also includes useful and practical advice for adopting a wellness lifestyle that takes into account individual interests, goals, and life situations.

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WELL 175 03

This course offers a comprehensive discussion of the dimensions of wellness including such topics as physical fitness, nutrition, psychological well-being, time- and stress-management, STI prevention, sexual violence risk reduction, active bystander interventions, addictive behaviors related to alcohol and other drugs, as well as chronic diseases. The course also includes useful and practical advice for adopting a wellness lifestyle that takes into account individual interests, goals, and life situations.

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WELL 175 04

This course offers a comprehensive discussion of the dimensions of wellness including such topics as physical fitness, nutrition, psychological well-being, time- and stress-management, STI prevention, sexual violence risk reduction, active bystander interventions, addictive behaviors related to alcohol and other drugs, as well as chronic diseases. The course also includes useful and practical advice for adopting a wellness lifestyle that takes into account individual interests, goals, and life situations.

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WELL 175 07

This course offers a comprehensive discussion of the dimensions of wellness including such topics as physical fitness, nutrition, psychological well-being, time- and stress-management, STI prevention, sexual violence risk reduction, active bystander interventions, addictive behaviors related to alcohol and other drugs, as well as chronic diseases. The course also includes useful and practical advice for adopting a wellness lifestyle that takes into account individual interests, goals, and life situations.

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WELL 175 08

This course offers a comprehensive discussion of the dimensions of wellness including such topics as physical fitness, nutrition, psychological well-being, time- and stress-management, STI prevention, sexual violence risk reduction, active bystander interventions, addictive behaviors related to alcohol and other drugs, as well as chronic diseases. The course also includes useful and practical advice for adopting a wellness lifestyle that takes into account individual interests, goals, and life situations.

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WELL 175 09

This course offers a comprehensive discussion of the dimensions of wellness including such topics as physical fitness, nutrition, psychological well-being, time- and stress-management, STI prevention, sexual violence risk reduction, active bystander interventions, addictive behaviors related to alcohol and other drugs, as well as chronic diseases. The course also includes useful and practical advice for adopting a wellness lifestyle that takes into account individual interests, goals, and life situations.

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WELL 175 10

This course offers a comprehensive discussion of the dimensions of wellness including such topics as physical fitness, nutrition, psychological well-being, time- and stress-management, STI prevention, sexual violence risk reduction, active bystander interventions, addictive behaviors related to alcohol and other drugs, as well as chronic diseases. The course also includes useful and practical advice for adopting a wellness lifestyle that takes into account individual interests, goals, and life situations.

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WELL 175 12

This course offers a comprehensive discussion of the dimensions of wellness including such topics as physical fitness, nutrition, psychological well-being, time- and stress-management, STI prevention, sexual violence risk reduction, active bystander interventions, addictive behaviors related to alcohol and other drugs, as well as chronic diseases. The course also includes useful and practical advice for adopting a wellness lifestyle that takes into account individual interests, goals, and life situations.

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WELL 175 14

This course offers a comprehensive discussion of the dimensions of wellness including such topics as physical fitness, nutrition, psychological well-being, time- and stress-management, STI prevention, sexual violence risk reduction, active bystander interventions, addictive behaviors related to alcohol and other drugs, as well as chronic diseases. The course also includes useful and practical advice for adopting a wellness lifestyle that takes into account individual interests, goals, and life situations.

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WELL 175 15

This course offers a comprehensive discussion of the dimensions of wellness including such topics as physical fitness, nutrition, psychological well-being, time- and stress-management, STI prevention, sexual violence risk reduction, active bystander interventions, addictive behaviors related to alcohol and other drugs, as well as chronic diseases. The course also includes useful and practical advice for adopting a wellness lifestyle that takes into account individual interests, goals, and life situations.

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WELL 175 16

This course offers a comprehensive discussion of the dimensions of wellness including such topics as physical fitness, nutrition, psychological well-being, time- and stress-management, STI prevention, sexual violence risk reduction, active bystander interventions, addictive behaviors related to alcohol and other drugs, as well as chronic diseases. The course also includes useful and practical advice for adopting a wellness lifestyle that takes into account individual interests, goals, and life situations.

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WELL 175 18

This course offers a comprehensive discussion of the dimensions of wellness including such topics as physical fitness, nutrition, psychological well-being, time- and stress-management, STI prevention, sexual violence risk reduction, active bystander interventions, addictive behaviors related to alcohol and other drugs, as well as chronic diseases. The course also includes useful and practical advice for adopting a wellness lifestyle that takes into account individual interests, goals, and life situations.

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WELL 175 50A

This course offers a comprehensive discussion of the dimensions of wellness including such topics as physical fitness, nutrition, psychological well-being, time- and stress-management, STI prevention, sexual violence risk reduction, active bystander interventions, addictive behaviors related to alcohol and other drugs, as well as chronic diseases. The course also includes useful and practical advice for adopting a wellness lifestyle that takes into account individual interests, goals, and life situations.

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WELL 175 50B

This course offers a comprehensive discussion of the dimensions of wellness including such topics as physical fitness, nutrition, psychological well-being, time- and stress-management, STI prevention, sexual violence risk reduction, active bystander interventions, addictive behaviors related to alcohol and other drugs, as well as chronic diseases. The course also includes useful and practical advice for adopting a wellness lifestyle that takes into account individual interests, goals, and life situations.

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WELL 175 50C

This course offers a comprehensive discussion of the dimensions of wellness including such topics as physical fitness, nutrition, psychological well-being, time- and stress-management, STI prevention, sexual violence risk reduction, active bystander interventions, addictive behaviors related to alcohol and other drugs, as well as chronic diseases. The course also includes useful and practical advice for adopting a wellness lifestyle that takes into account individual interests, goals, and life situations.

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WELL 175 50D

This course offers a comprehensive discussion of the dimensions of wellness including such topics as physical fitness, nutrition, psychological well-being, time- and stress-management, STI prevention, sexual violence risk reduction, active bystander interventions, addictive behaviors related to alcohol and other drugs, as well as chronic diseases. The course also includes useful and practical advice for adopting a wellness lifestyle that takes into account individual interests, goals, and life situations.

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WELL 175 50E

This course offers a comprehensive discussion of the dimensions of wellness including such topics as physical fitness, nutrition, psychological well-being, time- and stress-management, STI prevention, sexual violence risk reduction, active bystander interventions, addictive behaviors related to alcohol and other drugs, as well as chronic diseases. The course also includes useful and practical advice for adopting a wellness lifestyle that takes into account individual interests, goals, and life situations.

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WSTU 220 01

Interdisciplinary and multicultural study of women’s roles and relationships and the ways they differ among women by race, ethnicity, class and sexual orientation. Overview of theoretical perspectives on gender and examination of contemporary issues facing women.

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