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Spring 2008 Course Schedule

Times of class periods
Period 1:     8:00-9:10
Period 2:     9:20-10:30
Period 2s:   9:00-10:30
Period 3:   10:40-11:50
Period 3s: 10:40-12:10
Period 4:    12:00-1:10
Period 5:     1:20-2:30
Period 5s:   1:00-2:30
Period 6:     2:40-3:50

SU - Designates courses graded Satisfactory or Unsatisfactory

Foundation area symbols
ARTS - Arts
HSS - History and Social Sciences
HUM - Humanities
MNS - Math and Natural Sciences


AMERICAN STUDIES
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AMST 227-1BLACK IMAGES IN AMERICAN FILM1.0---K. Hamilton5s,6TTCFA110
AMST 227-2BLACK IMAGES IN AMERICAN FILM1.0---M. Roy-Fequiere5s,6TTMGYM200

ANTHROPOLOGY & SOCIOLOGY
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ANSO 102-1INTRO TO CULTURE & SOCIETY1.0HSSJ. Wightman3MWFGDH304
ANSO 106-1GLOBAL SOCIETY1.0HSSP. Osinsky4MWFGDH303
ANSO 201-1SCHOOL AND SOCIETY1.0HSSJ. Vandergriff3sTTGDH304
ANSO 281-1SOCIAL SERVICE INTERNSHIP1.0---C. St. Amant2sTTGDH309B
ANSO 295L-1LATIN AMERICAN CULTURES1.0---J. Wightman5sTTGDH303
ANSO 326-1PSYCHOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY1.0---N. Eberhardt3sTTGDH211A
ANSO 395T-1SOCIOLOGY OF WAR1.0---P. Osinsky5sTTGDH309B
ANSO 395W-1THE SOCIOLOGY OF FOOD1.0---A. Singer2sTTGDH304
ANSO 399-1RESEARCH SEMINAR1.0---STAFF6TTGDH304

ART AND ART HISTORY
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ART 110-1DRAWING I1.0ARTSC. Sherman2,3MWCFA110
ART 114-1PHOTOGRAPHY I1.0ARTSM. Godsil5,6MWCFA110
ART 118-1GRAPHIC DESIGN/ELECTRONIC PUB I1.0ARTSC. Cirone5s,6FSMCE016
ART 119-1DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY I1.0ARTSM. Godsil2,3MWSMCE016
ART 163-1PAINTING LANDSCAPE1.0ARTSL. Lombard5,6MWCFA208
ART 210-1DRAWING II1.0ARTSC. Sherman2,3MWCFA110
ART 216-1CERAMICS II1.0ARTSE. Rakochy2,3TTCFA001
ART 217-1SCULPTURE II1.0ARTSM. Holmes5,6TTCFA001
ART 218-1GRAPHIC DESIGN/ELECTRONIC PUB II1.0---C. Cirone2s,3FSMCE016
ART 232-1JAPAN: ART AND IDEA1.0HUME. Dorris3sTTCFA110
ART 323-1VISUAL CULTURE THEORY1.0---G. Gilbert4MWFCFA110
ART 342-1INTERPRETING WORKS OF ART1.0HUMG. Gilbert2MWFCFA205
ART 351-1ADV INTER-MEDIA STUDIO WORKSHOP1.0---C. Sherman7-10 pmMWCFA101
ART 351-2ADV INTER-MEDIA STUDIO WORKSHOP.5---M. Holmes7-10 pmTTCFA101
ART 351-3ADV INTER-MEDIA STUDIO WORKSHOP1.0---M. Holmes7-10 pmTTCFA101

ASIAN STUDIES
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ASIA 142-1INTRO TO JAPANESE/KOREAN CIV1.0---M. Schneider2MWFOM315
ASIA 225-1INTRODUCTION TO CHINESE FILM1.0---J. He6MWWILS1
7-10 pmMWILS1

BIOCHEMISTRY
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BCHM 301-1BIOCHEM I: STRUCTURE & FUNCTION1.0---A. Mehl1MWTFSMCA207
BCHM 310-1BIOCHEMICAL METHODS1.0---J. Kirkley3MWSMCC203
BCHM 310L-A Laboratory.0---J. Kirkley1-5 pmTTSMCC209
BCHM 333-1BIOLOGICAL SPECTROSCOPY1.0---A. Mehl6MFSMCC203
BCHM 333L-ALaboratory.0---A. MehlTBATBA

BIOLOGY
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BIOL 120-1CELL BIOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY1.0MNSL. Dybas2MWFSMCA110
E. Penick2MWFSMCA110
BIOL 120-2CELL BIOLOGY AND PHYSIOLOGY1.0MNSL. Dybas2MWFSMCA110
E. Penick2MWFSMCA110
BIOL 120 requires enrollment in one of the following Laboratory sections:
BIOL 120L-ALaboratory.0---E. Penick2,3sTuSMCB121
BIOL 120L-BLaboratory.0---L. Dybas5s,6TuSMCB121
BIOL 120L-CLaboratory.0---E. Penick2,3sThSMCB121
BIOL 120L-DLaboratory.0---L. Dybas5s,6ThSMCB121
BIOL 210-1INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH1.0---J. Templeton5s,6TTSMCA112
BIOL 311A-1MARINE BIOLOGY-BELIZE FLD RSRCH1.0MNSL. Dybas6MWFSMCA107
BIOL 311B-1FIELD RSRCH ON BELIZE BARR REEF.5MNSL. DybasTBATBA
BIOL 316-1FIELD BIOLOGY OF HIGHER PLANTS1.0---S. Allison3MWSMCA107
BIOL 316L-A Laboratory.0---S. Allison5s,6TTSMCB207
BIOL 328-1PHYSIOLOGY1.0---J. Thorn2MWFSMCA107
BIOL 328L-ALaboratory.0---J. Thorn2,3sThSMCB118

BLACK STUDIES
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BKST 215-1BLACK PSYCHOLOGY1.0---F. Hord630-915pMMGYM200
BKST 227-1BLACK IMAGES IN AMERICAN FILM1.0---K. Hamilton5s,6TTCFA110
BKST 227-2BLACK IMAGES IN AMERICAN FILM1.0---M. Roy-Fequiere5s,6TTMGYM200
BKST 240-1CARIBBEAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE1.0---E. Edi3MWFMGYM200
BKST 252-1WEST AFRICAN POLITICS & GLOBALIZ1.0---E. Edi5MWFMGYM200
BKST 263-1SLAVERY IN THE AMERICAS1.0HSSK. Hamilton5MWFOM315
BKST 278-1STEREOTYPES AND PREJUDICE1.0---K. Shaw3sTTWILS1
BKST 336-1SCI & SOC CONSTRN OF RACE & GEND1.0---M. Crawford2sTTSMCA112
BKST 377-1WOMEN PLAYWRIGHTS1.0---K. Hogan6MWFCFA205

BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT
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BUS 211-1PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I1.0---C. Murphy2MWFGDH103
BUS 280-1BUSINESS & SOCIETY1.0HSSJ. Spittell3MWFGDH303
BUS 333-1MANAGERIAL FINANCE1.0---M. Parise7-8:30pMWGDH103

CHEMISTRY
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CHEM 205-1EQUILIBRIUM & ANALYTICAL CHEM1.0---L. Welch3MWTFSMCA112
CHEM 205 requires enrollment in one of the following Laboratory sections:
CHEM 205L-A Laboratory.0---L. Welch1,2,3TuSMCC215
CHEM 205L-B Laboratory.0---L. Welch1-5 pmTuSMCC215
CHEM 205L-C Laboratory.0---L. Welch1-5 pmThSMCC215
CHEM 215-1INORGANIC CHEMISTRY1.0---T. Clayton2MWTFSMCC203
CHEM 215 requires enrollment in one of the following Laboratory sections:
CHEM 215L-A Laboratory.0---T. Clayton1,2,3TuSMCC118
CHEM 215L-B Laboratory.0---T. Clayton1-5 pmTuSMCC118
CHEM 299C-1SEMINAR SERIES IN CHEMISTRY.5---A. Mehl12-12:50ThSMCA207
CHEM 316-1METHODS IN ORGANIC SYNTHESIS1.0---D. Cermak5MWTFSMCC203
CHEM 399-1PRESENTATION SKILLS IN CHEMISTRY.5---A. Mehl12-12:50TuSMCA207
TBATBA

CHINESE
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CHIN 103-1ELEMENTARY CHINESE III1.0---S. Shipplett5MWTFWILS1
CHIN 203-1INTERMEDIATE CHINESE III1.0---J. He3MTWTOM300

CLASSICS
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CLAS 201-1ANCIENT ROME1.0HUMJ. Fryer5MWFCFA205
CLAS 270-1GREEK PHILOSOPHY1.0---B. Polite5sTTOM311
CLAS 295W-1GREEK COMEDY, TRAGEDY & SATYR1.0---S. Fineberg5sTTGDH104

COMMUNICATION
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COMM 101-1PUBLIC SPEAKING1.0---N. Crossman4:30-6pmTTCFA205
COMM 101-2PUBLIC SPEAKING1.0---N. Crossman6:30-8pmTTCFA205

COMPUTER SCIENCE
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CS 142-1PROGRAM DESIGN & METHODOLOGY1.0MNSD. Bunde3MWFSMCD205
3ThSMCE011
CS 226-1OPERATING SYSTEMS & NETWORKING1.0---D. Bunde5MWFSMCA112
5ThSMCE011
CS 303-1COMPUTER GRAPHICS1.0---J. Dooley2MWFSMCD205
2ThSMCE011
CS 399-1RESEARCH SEMINAR IN COMP SCI1.0---J. Dooley6MWFSMCD205

COUNSELING
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COUN 201-1SUCOMMUNICATION AND COUNSELING.5---C. Southern8-10pmTu251EE200
COUN 201 for resident advisors only.

CENTER FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING
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CTL 152-1SUADVANCED PEER TUTORING.0---J. Varakin4-5 pmMSMCD205
CTL 202-1TEACHING WRITING1.0---J. Haslem2TT251EE200
CTL 275-1ADVANCED COMPOSITION1.0---S. Trotter-Martin7-10 pmTuGDH110

DANCE
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DANC 142-1BEGINNING BALLET.5ARTSJ. Smith5MWFAGYM
DANC 246-1DANCE COMPOSITION1.0---K. Ridlon3sTTAGYM
DANC 295T-1SOMATIC PRACT PERFORMING ARTIST1.0---J. Smith4MWFAGYM

ECONOMICS
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ECON 110-1PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS1.0HSSC. Scotton5MWTFGDH203
ECON 120-1PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS1.0HSSR. Andersen2MWFGDH104
ECON 258-1STATISTICAL RESEARCH METHODS1.0---R. Stout3MWTFGDH103
ECON 302-1INTERMEDIATE MACROECONOMICS1.0---R. Stout1MWTFGDH103
ECON 333-1MANAGERIAL FINANCE1.0---M. Parise7-8:30pMWGDH103
ECON 363-1PUBLIC ECONOMICS1.0---C. Scotton2MWFGDH105
ECON 368-1ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS1.0---S. Cohn4MWFGDH103
ECON 372-1INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS II1.0---R. Andersen5MWFGDH105
ECON 399-1SENIOR SEMINAR1.0---S. Cohn6MWFGDH105

EDUCATIONAL STUDIES
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EDUC 201-1SCHOOL AND SOCIETY1.0HSSJ. Vandergriff3sTTGDH304
EDUC 203-1PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION1.0HUMJ. Helfer3MWF251EE200
EDUC 203-2PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION1.0HUMJ. Helfer2MWF251EE200
EDUC 204-1PSYCHOLOGICL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUC1.0---D. Beck3sTTGDH104
EDUC 208-1READ & WRIT ACROSS CONTENT AREAS.5---S. Schroth2MWFGDH304
EDUC 224C-1INTEGRATING TECH IN CLASSROOM.5---D. Jurich5sTTGDH103
EDUC 295T-1CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE TEACHING1.0---STAFF6MWFGDH309B
EDUC 312-1LITERARY&AESTHETIC EXPERIEN:ELEM1.0---V. Romano1MWFSMCA210
EDUC 314-1CURRICULUM DEVELMT&TEACHING:ELEM.5---V. Romano2MWFWILS1
EDUC 315-1CURRICULUM DEVELMT&TEACHING:ELEM.5---S. Schroth3MWFWILS1
EDUC 316-1CURRICULUM DEVELMT&TEACHING:ELEM.5---D. Jurich6MWFGDH304
EDUC 317-1CURRICULUM DEVELMT&TEACHING:MIDL1.0---S. Schroth6MWFGDH203
EDUC 318-1CURRICULUM DEVELMT&TEACHING:SECN1.0---J. Vandergriff5sTTGDH304
EDUC 319-1CURR DEV & TCHING SPEC CONT AREA1.0---J. Vandergriff5sTTGDH304
EDUC 319-2CURR DEV & TCHING SPEC CONT AREA1.0---J. Helfer5MWFGDH304

ENGLISH
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ENG 102-1COLLEGE WRITING II1.0---P. Marasa4MWFSMCA112
ENG 120-1INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE1.0HUML. Haslem3MWFOM301
ENG 124-1INTRODUCTION TO FILM1.0HUME. Anderson6MWFOM315
7-10 pmThCFA110
ENG 200-1WAYS OF READING1.0HUMG. Franco2MWFOM311
ENG 202-1TEACHING WRITING1.0---J. Haslem2TT251EE200
ENG 206-1BEGINNING NONFICTION WRITING1.0ARTSC. Simpson5MWFOM300
TBATBA
ENG 206-2BEGINNING NONFICTION WRITING1.0ARTSC. Kitchen5MWFOM211
TBATBA
ENG 207-1BEGINNING FICTION WRITING1.0ARTSR. Metz6TT251EE200
TBATBA
ENG 208-1BEGINNING POETRY WRITING1.0ARTSG. Henderson5-8 pmMOM206
TBATBA
ENG 209-1BEGINNING PLAYWRITING1.0ARTSN. Blackadder3sTTGDH105
ENG 223-1INTRO TO CHILDREN'S LITERATURE1.0---B. Tannert-Smith3sTTOM301
ENG 232-1AMERICAN LITERATURE II1.0HUMR. Smith3MWFOM211
ENG 253-1MODERN BRITISH IRISH & AMER LIT1.0HUMN. Rosenfeld3sTTOM211
ENG 270-1NEWSWRITING AND REPORTING1.0HUMM. Webb5s,6TTOM211
ENG 275-1ADVANCED COMPOSITION1.0---S. Trotter-Martin7-10 pmTuGDH110
ENG 306-1CREATIVE NONFICTION WORKSHOP1.0---M. Webb5s,6MWOM201
7-10 pmWOM201
ENG 307-1FICTION WORKSHOP1.0---C. Simpson7:30P-12WOM206
TBATBA
ENG 307-2FICTION WORKSHOP1.0---R. Metz7:30P-12W251EE200
TBATBA
ENG 307-3FICTION WORKSHOP1.0---B. Tannert-Smith5sTTOM312
TBATBA
ENG 308-1POETRY WORKSHOP1.0---N. Regiacorte7:30P-12TuOM206
TBATBA
ENG 332-1SHAKESPEARE: TRAGEDIES&ROMANCES1.0HUML. Haslem3sTTOM201
ENG 344-1ROMANTIC LITERATURE1.0---G. Franco3MWFOM201
ENG 375-1EUROPEAN DRAMA&THEA:REALISM-19451.0---N. Blackadder5sTTCFA205
ENG 377-1WOMEN PLAYWRIGHTS1.0---K. Hogan6MWFCFA205
ENG 380A-1VIRGINIA WOOLF:PSYCHE,SOC,STYLE1.0HUMN. Rosenfeld5sTTOM201
ENG 380A This course is an intensive-reading course covering the major part of Woolf's literary output. We consider her formal/experimental development in conjunction with issues informing the writing: political and social engagement and critique, gender and sexuality, the relation of self and other. We aim at a subtle understanding of the intersections of text and context, and consider these in terms of Woolf's own quest to loosen the boundaries and shake up the convention of literary genre. Inevitably, we examine Woolf's position as "great" female modernist, asking what Woolf means to us as readers in the context of our own debates over culture and gender. Finally, and above all, we consider her concerted development of a style suited to comprehend and portray the complex workings of the individual psyche in perpetual dialectic with the surrounding influences of society.
ENG 380G-1JANE AUSTEN AND BRIDGET JONES1.0HUME. Anderson5MWFOM311
7-10 pmTuCFA110
ENG 399-1SENIOR PORTFOLIO: WRITING MAJORS1.0---M. Berlin7:30P-12ThOM206
N. Regiacorte7:30P-12ThOM206
ENG 399-2SENIOR PORTFOLIO: WRITING MAJORS1.0---M. Berlin7:30P-12ThOM206
N. Regiacorte7:30P-12ThOM206
ENG 399-3SENIOR PORTFOLIO: WRITING MAJORS1.0---M. Berlin7:30P-12ThOM206
N. Regiacorte7:30P-12ThOM206

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
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ENVS 101-1INTRO TO ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES1.0MNSP. Schwartzman2MWTFSMCE117
ENVS 103-1SOIL SCIENCE1.0---M. Lefticariu2MWFSMCA210
ENVS 295T-1OCEANOGRAPHY1.0---M. Lefticariu3sTTSMCE117
ENVS 312A-1MARINE BIOLOGY-BELIZE FLD RSRCH1.0MNSL. Dybas6MWFSMCA107
ENVS 312B-1FIELD RSRCH ON BELIZE BARR REEF.5MNSL. DybasTBATBA
ENVS 368-1ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCE ECONOMICS1.0---S. Cohn4MWFGDH103
ENVS 399-1SENIOR PROJECT.5---P. SchwartzmanTBATBA
ENVS 399-2SENIOR PROJECT1.0---P. SchwartzmanTBATBA

FRENCH
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FREN 103-1ELEMENTARY FRENCH III1.0---B. Davis3MTWTFGDH201A
FREN 103A-1INTENSIVE ELEMENTARY FRENCH II1.0---C. Akuetey2MTWTFGDH201A
FREN 210-1CONVERSATION1.0---C. Akuetey3MWFGDH211A
FREN 215-1INTRO TO FRENCH LITERATURE1.0---B. Davis6MWFGDH201A
FREN 399-1SENIOR SEMINAR1.0---B. DavisTBATBA

GENDER AND WOMEN'S STUDIES
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GWST 101-1WOMEN, CULTURE, AND SOCIETY1.0HSSK. Shaw4MWFWILS1
GWST 280-1FEMINIST METHODOLOGIES1.0---M. Roy-Fequiere5MWFMGYM201
GWST 326-1PSYCHOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY1.0---N. Eberhardt3sTTGDH211A
GWST 332-1GENDER STUDIES GERM LIT & CULTRE1.0HUMS. Klocke5sTTGDH211A
GWST 377-1WOMEN PLAYWRIGHTS1.0---K. Hogan6MWFCFA205
GWST 380A-1VIRGINIA WOOLF:PSYCHE,SOC,STYLE1.0HUMN. Rosenfeld5sTTOM201
GWST 380A See description for ENG 380A.
GWST 395A-1CLASS, GNDER & POPULSM IN LAT AM1.0---K. Kampwirth6MWFGDH104

GERMAN
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GERM 103-1ELEMENTARY GERMAN III1.0---S. Klocke2MTWTFOM312
GERM 202-1INTRO TO GERMAN LITERATURE1.0HUMR. Vander Meulen3MWFMGYM201
GERM 332-1GENDER STUDIES GERM LIT & CULTRE1.0---S. Klocke5sTTGDH211A
GERM 332E-1GENDER STUDIES GERM LIT & CULTRE1.0HUMS. Klocke5sTTGDH211A

GREEK
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GRK 103-1ELEMENTARY GREEK III1.0---S. Fineberg6MTWTFGDH211A
GRK 217-1GREEK NOVELS1.0HUMB. Fineberg4MWFGDH201A
GRK 317-1GREEK NOVELS1.0---B. Fineberg4MWFGDH201A

GREEN OAKS
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GRO 200-1GREEN OAKS TERM3.0---STAFFTBATBA

HISTORY
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HIST 106-1EUROPEAN CIV ca1715 TO PRESENT1.0HSSG. Steckley1MWFOM315
HIST 142-1INTRO TO JAPANESE/KOREAN CIV1.0---M. Schneider2MWFOM315
HIST 160-1AM HIST I: COLONIAL ERA TO 18651.0HSSC. Denial6MWFOM311
HIST 201-1ANCIENT ROME1.0HUMJ. Fryer5MWFCFA205
HIST 213-1ARCHAEOLOGY AND STUDY OF HISTORY1.0---T. Musacchio4MWFOM315
HIST 227-1BLACK IMAGES IN AMERICAN FILM1.0---K. Hamilton5s,6TTCFA110
HIST 227-2BLACK IMAGES IN AMERICAN FILM1.0---M. Roy-Fequiere5s,6TTMGYM200
HIST 263-1SLAVERY IN THE AMERICAS1.0HSSK. Hamilton5MWFOM315
HIST 285-1THE HISTORIAN'S WORKSHOP1.0---C. Denial3MWFOM311
HIST 380C-1BRITISH IMPERIALISM1.0---G. Steckley3MWFOM315
HIST 395W-1PERCEPTION OF EGYPT1.0---T. Musacchio3sTTGDH203

JAPANESE
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JAPN 103-1ELEMENTARY JAPANESE III1.0---H. Hamada2MWTFGDH306
JAPN 103-2ELEMENTARY JAPANESE III1.0---H. Hamada3MWTFGDH306
JAPN 210-1CONVERSATION AND COMPOSITION1.0---R. Matsuda3MWFGDH305
JAPN 210-2CONVERSATION AND COMPOSITION1.0---R. Matsuda4MWFGDH306

JOURNALISM
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JOUR 118-1GRAPHIC DESIGN/ELECTRONIC PUB I1.0ARTSC. Cirone5s,6FSMCE016
JOUR 119-1DIGITAL PHOTOJOURNALISM I1.0ARTSM. Godsil2,3MWSMCE016
JOUR 206-1BEGINNING NONFICTION WRITING1.0ARTSC. Simpson5MWFOM300
TBATBA
JOUR 206-2BEGINNING NONFICTION WRITING1.0ARTSC. Kitchen5MWFOM211
TBATBA
JOUR 218-1GRAPHIC DESIGN/ELECTRONIC PUB II1.0---C. Cirone2s,3FSMCE016
JOUR 270-1NEWSWRITING AND REPORTING1.0HUMM. Webb5s,6TTOM211
JOUR 295N-1TRUTH & REPRES IN DOCUMENT FILM1.0---D. Wack2MWFOM201
JOUR 306-1CREATIVE NONFICTION WORKSHOP1.0---M. Webb5s,6MWOM201
7-10 pmWOM201

LATIN
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LAT 103-1ELEMENTARY LATIN III1.0---B. Fineberg6MTWTFGDH103
LAT 270A-1TOPICS IN LATIN LIT:PLINY'S LTRS1.0---J. Fryer3MWFGDH309B
LAT 370A-1TOPICS IN LATIN LIT:PLINY'S LTRS1.0---J. Fryer3MWFGDH309B

LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
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LAST 240-1CARIBBEAN LITERATURE AND CULTURE1.0---E. Edi3MWFMGYM200
LAST 263-1SLAVERY IN THE AMERICAS1.0HSSK. Hamilton5MWFOM315
LAST 295L-1LATIN AMERICAN CULTURES1.0---J. Wightman5sTTGDH303
LAST 309-1CONTEMP LATIN AMERICAN CINEMA1.0---A. Prado del Santo5MWFGDH303
LAST 395A-1CLASS, GNDER & POPULSM IN LAT AM1.0---K. Kampwirth6MWFGDH104

LAW
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LAW 030-1LSAT REVIEW.0---L. Sunderland4MWFGDH105

MATHEMATICS
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MATH 121-1MATHEMATICAL IDEAS1.0---J. Murakami4MWFSMCA219
MATH 121-2MATHEMATICAL IDEAS1.0---P. Teixeira6MWFSMCA210
MATH 141-1FUNCTIONS AND CALCULUS II1.0MNSJ. Murakami6MWTFSMCA219
MATH 152-1CALCULUS II1.0MNSI. Seggev5MWTFSMCA207
MATH 175-1DISCRETE MATHEMATICS1.0MNSP. Teixeira4MWFSMCA210
MATH 205-1CALCULUS III1.0MNSD. Schneider5MWTFSMCA219
MATH 211-1LINEAR ALGEBRA II1.0---D. Schneider2MWTFSMCA219
MATH 230-1DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS1.0---I. Seggev3MWTFSMCA219
MATH 300-1MATHEMATICAL STRUCTURES1.0---A. Leahy6MWTFSMCA207
MATH 327-1ADVANCED FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS1.0---K. Hastings3MWTFSMCA210
MATH 342-1ABSTRACT ALGEBRA II1.0---A. Leahy3MWTFSMCA207

MUSIC
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MUS 112-1MUSIC IN THE WESTERN TRADITION1.0HUMC. Suda5sTTCFA209
MUS 182-1SUVOICE CLASS.5ARTSS. Kocek3TTCFA156
MUS 220-1OPERA WORKSHOP1.0ARTSS. Nicholas-Price5sTTCFA140
MUS 241-1THEORY II1.0HUMJ. Day-O'Connell2MTWTFCFA208
MUS 309-1SECONDARY SCHOOL CHORAL METHODS1.0---C. Kellert-Griffiths6-9pTuCFA208
MUS 346-1CONTEMPORARY TONAL HARMONY1.0---B. Polay5MWFCFA209
MUS 362-1MUS HIST II:CLASSICAL1.0---S. Day-O'Connell5sTTCFA208
MUS 364-1MUS HIST IV:20TH CENTURY1.0---N. Whittaker3sTTCFA208

NEUROSCIENCE
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NEUR 340-1METHODS OF NEUROSCIENCE1.0---E. Penick1-5 pmTTSMCD205

PHILOSOPHY
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PHIL 114-1EAST ASIAN PHILOSOPHY1.0---W. Young2sTTOM301
PHIL 115-1INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY1.0HUMD. Wack5MWFOM301
PHIL 215-1PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION1.0HUMJ. Helfer3MWF251EE200
PHIL 215-2PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION1.0HUMJ. Helfer2MWF251EE200
PHIL 270-1GREEK PHILOSOPHY1.0---B. Polite5sTTOM311
PHIL 295J-1PHILOSOPHY OF MUSIC1.0---B. Polite6-9pTuOM201
PHIL 295N-1TRUTH & REPRES IN DOCUMENT FILM1.0---D. Wack2MWFOM201
PHIL 295N What makes a representation accurate? What, if any, differences are there between representing an event and representing a form of life? What criteria should we use to determine the fidelity of representations? Does truth amount to a correspondence of a representation with reality? In this course, we examine these and related issues in the context of the history of documentary and non-fiction films. In so doing, we investigate the particular problems the presence of the camera creates for documentary and non-ficiton representations. By taking up a number of such films, we will investigate different standards used in depicting an event, telling a story, or representing a way of living. In addition to examining a number of films from the documentary and non-fiction tradition, we will also look closely at a number of related philosophical and critical texts. We read texts by Michel Foucault, Friedrich Nietzsche, Aristotle, Gottlob Frege, Simon Blackburn, Walter Benjamin, Gay Talese, Hunter Thompson, Siegfried Kracauer and others. We watch films by Frederick Wiseman, the Maysles brothers, Orson Welles, Chris Marker, Agnes Varda, Barbara Koppel, Robert Flaherty, and others.
PHIL 399-1SENIOR SEM:CONTEMPORARY PHIL1.0---W. Young3sTTOM311

PHYSICS
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PHYS 130-1ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM1.0MNST. Moses3MWTFSMCD108
PHYS 130A-1ELECTRICITY & MAGNETISM(ALG BSD)1.0MNSM. Shroyer2MWTFSMCD108
PHYS 130A and PHYS 130 both require enrollment in one of the following Laboratory sections
PHYS 130L-BLaboratory.0---T. Moses3TuSMCD105
PHYS 130L-CLaboratory.0---T. Moses5TuSMCD105
PHYS 130L-DLaboratory.0---T. Moses6TuSMCD105
PHYS 167-1ASTRONOMY1.0MNSC. Schulz4MWFSMCD108
PHYS 300-1MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS1.0---C. Schulz6MWFSMCD108
PHYS 312-1CLASSICAL DYNAMICS1.0---M. Shroyer5MWTFSMCD108
PHYS 347-1SEMNR THEORET PHYS:QUANTUM MECHN1.0---T. MosesTBATBA

POLITICAL SCIENCE AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
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PS 101-1AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT1.0HSSSTAFF1MWFGDH303
PS 220-1SURVEY OF COMPARATIVE POLITICS1.0HSSR. Seibert2MWFGDH203
PS 223-1ISLAM AND SOCIAL CHANGE1.0---R. Seibert5MWFGDH104
PS 230-1THE STUDY OF POLITICS1.0---A. Civettini3MTWFGDH110
PS 230-2THE STUDY OF POLITICS1.0---A. Civettini5MTWFGDH110
PS 265-1RELIGION AND WORLD POLITICS1.0---D. Oldfield2MWFOM301
PS 301-1DEMOCRACY & GLOBALIZATION1.0---D. Oldfield4MWFGDH304
PS 317-1ADVANCED INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS1.0---S. Hulett3sTTGDH309B
PS 362-1AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW I1.0---L. Sunderland5MWFGDH103
PS 395A-1CLASS, GNDER & POPULSM IN LAT AM1.0---K. Kampwirth6MWFGDH104

PRECEPTORIAL
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PREC 336-1SCI & SOC CONSTRN OF RACE & GEND1.0---M. Crawford2sTTSMCA112

PSYCHOLOGY
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PSYC 201-1COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY1.0MNSA. Varakin2sTTSMCA107
PSYC 205-1SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY1.0---F. McAndrew3MWFSMCE117
PSYC 215-1BLACK PSYCHOLOGY1.0---F. Hord630-915pMMGYM200
PSYC 273-1PSYCHOLOGICL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUC1.0---D. Beck3sTTGDH104
PSYC 278-1STEREOTYPES AND PREJUDICE1.0---K. Shaw3sTTWILS1
PSYC 282-1RESEARCH METHODS & STATISTICS II1.0---H. Hoffmann6MWFSMCE117
T. Kasser6MWFSMCE117
PSYC 282-2RESEARCH METHODS & STATISTICS II1.0---H. Hoffmann6MWFSMCA112
T. Kasser6MWFSMCA112
PSYC 295D-1COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY1.0---K. Kawashima-Ginsberg2MWFSMCA207
PSYC 360-1RESEARCH EXPERIENCE IN PSYCH I.5---F. McAndrew6TuSMCA107
PSYC 361-1RESEARCH EXPERIENCE IN PSYCH II.5---F. McAndrew6ThSMCA107
PSYC 363-1DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY1.0---K. Kawashima-Ginsberg5MWFSMCA107
PSYC 364-1BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE1.0---H. Hoffmann3sTTSMCA107
PSYC 364L-A Laboratory.0---H. Hoffmann7-10 pmW
PSYC 371-1HISTORY & SYSTEMS OF PSYCHOLOGY1.0---F. McAndrew5sTTSMCA107

RELIGIOUS STUDIES
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RELS 114-1EAST ASIAN PHILOSOPHY1.0---W. Young2sTTOM301
RELS 153-1GOSPELS & WRITINGS OF PAUL1.0HUMS. Hulett3MWFGDH105
RELS 265-1RELIGION AND WORLD POLITICS1.0---D. Oldfield2MWFOM301

SPANISH
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SPAN 103-1ELEMENTARY SPANISH III1.0---A. Prado del Santo2MTWTFSMCD213
SPAN 103A-1INTENSIVE ELEMENTARY SPANISH II1.0---F. Gomez2MTWTFOM211
SPAN 103A-2INTENSIVE ELEMENTARY SPANISH II1.0---J. Miner3MTWTFCFA211
SPAN 103A-4INTENSIVE ELEMENTARY SPANISH II1.0---R. Ragan5MTWTFGDH201A
SPAN 103A-5INTENSIVE ELEMENTARY SPANISH II1.0---J. Miner5MTWTFCFA211
SPAN 210-1CONVERSATION AND COMPOSITION1.0---A. Prado del Santo3MWFGDH104
SPAN 210-2CONVERSATION AND COMPOSITION1.0---R. Ragan4MWFGDH104
SPAN 210-3CONVERSATION AND COMPOSITION1.0---J. Dixon5MWFGDH306
SPAN 210-4CONVERSATION AND COMPOSITION1.0---J. Dixon3MWFGDH203
SPAN 309-1CONTEMP LATIN AMERICAN CINEMA1.0---A. Prado del Santo5MWFGDH303
SPAN 399-1ADVANCED SEMINAR1.0---F. Gomez4MWFGDH309B

SPORTS STUDIES
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SPST 199-1SUADVANCED STRENGTH AND CONDITION.0---A. Gibbons4:155:45MTTFAFC106
SPST 255-1FUNDAMENTALS OF COACHING1.0---W. Rogers2,3TuCFA209
SPST 260-1CARE & PREV OF ATHLETIC INJURIES1.0---S. Sunderland2MWFMGYM200
SPST 261-1SUCOACHING OF FOOTBALL.5---A. Gibbons1,2ThMGYM200
SPST 268-1SUCOACHING OF BASEBALL & SOFTBALL.5---J. Strinz1,2TuMGYM200

STATISTICS
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STAT 200-1INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS1.0---K. Hastings1MWTFSMCA219
STAT 200-2INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS1.0---P. Schwartzman6MWTFGDH303

THEATRE AND DANCE
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THEA 131-1BEGINNING ACTING1.0ARTSK. Hogan3MTWTFCFA036
THEA 209-1BEGINNING PLAYWRITING1.0ARTSN. Blackadder3sTTGDH105
THEA 233-1INTERMEDIATE ACTING-PERIOD STYLE1.0---E. Metz5MTWTFCFA036
THEA 323-1STAGE LIGHTING1.0---C. Choma2,3TTCFA205
THEA 332-1SHAKESPEARE: TRAGEDIES&ROMANCES1.0HUML. Haslem3sTTOM201
THEA 375-1EUROPEAN DRAMA&THEA:REALISM-19451.0---N. Blackadder5sTTCFA205
THEA 377-1WOMEN PLAYWRIGHTS1.0---K. Hogan6MWFCFA205
THEA 399-1SEMINAR IN THEATRE ART1.0---R. Whitlatch3MWFCFA205

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