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									                            University of the Incarnate Word
                                        Fall 2008
                            Schedule of Main Campus Classes
               Fall 2008 Classes Begin                                        Advising Day for Fall 2008, April 17th
      Fall Mini I classes: August 25                                             Check online for holds blocking registration
      Fall UG/Graduate Extended classes: August 25                               Clear holds before April 17th
      Fall Mini II classes: October 20                                           Make an appointment to meet with your advisor
           Add/Registration Deadlines                                                 On-Line Registration Steps
  LAST DAY TO ADD A CLASS OR REGISTER                                             Registration begins on April 17th
  FOR TERM INDICATED:                                                             Registration by priority schedule (see below)
   Fall Mini I classes: August 29th                                              Clear all holds preventing registration
   Fall UG/Graduate Extended classes: Sept 4th                                   Make an appoint to meet with your advisor
   Fall Mini II classes: October 24th                                            Get your alternate PIN from your advisor
       SEE LATE REGISTRATION, ADD, AND                                            Obtain signatures where courses require
      ADMINISTRATIVE FEES POSTED IN THE                                            permission to attend
            FINANCIAL FEE SECTION                                                 SEE ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS INSIDE
                  Financial Deadlines                                                  In-Line Registration Steps
                                                                                  Registration begins April 18th
                                                                                  Clear all holds preventing registration
          REFER TO THE                                                            Make an appointment to meet with your advisor
          FINANCIAL FEE                                                           Check course pre-requisites
                                                                                  Obtain signatures from instructors if course
      AND REFUND SCHEDULES                                                         requires a signature
              INSIDE                                                              Bring completed and approved registration form
                                                                                   to the Registrar’s Office
        Deadline to Drop Class with W                                         Online Priority Registration Schedule
      Fall Mini I classes: September 26         st
                                                                                  Graduate and doctoral students: 11:00 a.m.
      Fall UG and Graduate Extended classes:                                     Undergraduate seniors: 11:00 a.m.
            November 14th                                                         Undergraduate juniors: 1:00 p.m.
      Fall Mini II classes: November 21st                                        All others registering online: 3:00 p.m.
      Deadline to Withdraw from UIW                                               Graduation Application Deadlines
      Fall Mini I classes: October 3rd                                           August 2008: May 23, 2008 ($50 fee)
      Fall UG and Graduate Extended classes:                                     December 2008: May 1, 2008 (no fee)
            December 5th                                                          May 2009: October 1, 2008 (no fee)
      Fall Mini II classes: December 5th                                         August 2009: February 2, 2009 (no fee)

 University of the Incarnate Word                                                    4301 Broadway, San Antonio, TX 78209


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                                University of the Incarnate Word
                                Student Responsibility Statement
We consider your registration a contractual relationship with the University
and identify your responsibilities below:
     You are responsible for knowing and following the policies, deadlines,
      and procedures outlined in this publication and other publications
      related to your registration and/or the conferral of your degree.
     You may not attend a class for which you are not registered.
     You will receive credit for only those classes for which you officially
      register.
     Your enrollment and/or your attendance in a class indicate your intent
      to receive credit and acceptance of all University charges for the
      semester.
     You are responsible for cancelling your registration if you do not plan to
      attend class or complete the course requirements for which you
      registered.
     You are responsible for your financial obligations with the University
      regardless of your payment method and regardless of whether you
      attend class or not.
     You are responsible for making arrangements to pay for your charges
      and doing so by the deadline posted in this publication.




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                                                  University of the Incarnate Word
              Registration Information, Academic Calendar, and Schedule for Fall 2008 Main Campus Classes

Advising Day:                                  April 17th
                                               On-line access will be available by group assignment beginning at 11:00 p.m.
                                               In-line access will be available April 18th, beginning at 1:00 p.m.


                                Priority Online Registration Schedule
       Determination based upon hours recorded on students’ record by November 13th
     (Confirm your hours on-line at www.uiw.edu/registrar, select the grades link)
                    Group                             Date On-line Access is Available        Time On-line Access is Available
 Seniors On-line (96 hours or more)                   April 17th                              11:00 a.m.
 Juniors On-line (64 –95 hours or more)               April 17th                              1:00 p.m.
 All other undergraduate students On-line             April 17th                              3:00 p.m.
 Graduate and Doctorate Students                      April 17th                              11:00 a.m.
 PharmD Students (Not Pre-Pharmacy)                   April 17th                              11:00 a.m.
                    Group                             Date In-line Access is Available        Time In-line Access is Available
 All others In-line                                   April 18th                              1:00 p.m.

Note: Pre-Registration is restricted to those students enrolled in during the Spring 2008 semester who have met or made
arrangements to meet all obligations (financial or academic) to the University. Students with outstanding balances or those who
did not submit official transcripts upon admission to the University must meet with the representative of the respective office
(Business or Registrar) before gaining permission to register.
Students should make an appointment to meet with their Academic Advisor for class selections. Once advised, students who
have met obligations to the University may register for classes on-line or submit their completed registration form to the
Registrar’s Office (or appropriate satellite office) to complete the registration process. All class limits will be observed.
New students accepted for admission for the Fall or Summer 2008 semesters must contact the University Advising Center (210
805-5814, Monday – Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) to schedule an appointment for
advising and registration.


Courses listed in this schedule are subject to cancellation or change without notice. The instructor and room listed for each
course is a tentative assignment and the University reserves the right to alter this schedule as necessary. Course details,
changes, enrollments, and additions are posted online through the “Schedule of Classes” link from the Registrar’s Office web
page at www.uiw.edu/registrar.

Check your UIW Cardinal e-mail account for official communication from the University. Students are responsible for
checking their UIW e-mail account frequently and consistently and for responding to communication sent to you at
this address. UIW recommends checking your UIW e-mail account daily as information may be time-sensitive.



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                                                    University of the Incarnate Word
                                                     Fall 2008 Academic Calendar
                                                       Main Campus Classes Only

                        Refer to the full calendar posted online for updates or changes to the calendar.
                      ADCap and VU calendars and deadlines are available on their respective web pages.


    * * Refer also to the next section for the Fee and Refund Schedules * *
Fall 2008
August
August      14      Residence Halls Open for New International Students       September 4       Last day to submit information for Tuition Discounts
August      15-22   International Student Orientation                         September 5       $150 fee charged for schedule changes or
August      19      August Workshop                                           registrations
August      20      Residence Halls Open for New and Transfer Students                          for Graduate Extended and Undergraduate terms
August      22      Residence Halls Open for All Students                     September 18      Study Abroad Fair in Marian Hall
August      24      Mass of the Holy Spirit                                   September 26      Last day to drop a class with a grade of W for
August      25      Fall Mini Term I (eight weeks) begins                                       Fall Mini Term I
August      25      Graduate Extended Classes Begin                           September 29      $150 administrative fee charged for withdrawals with a
August      25      Late registration fee ($50.00) charged Fall Mini                            W, Fall Mini I
                    Term I & Graduate Extended
August      25      Undergraduate Classes Begin                               October
August      25      Late registration fee ($50.00) charged for                October    1     Last day to apply for May 2009 graduation without a
                    Undergraduate courses Begin                                                late fee
August      29      Fall Mini Term I Registration Deadlines:                  October    3     Last day to withdraw from the University for Fall Mini
                     Last day to register/add/ change schedule                                Term I
                     Last day to register for independent study              October    15    Incarnate Word Heritage Day
                     Last day to change from graded to pass/fail             October    15    Mid-Term reports due to Undergraduate
                     Last day to change from pass/fail to graded                              Advising Office
                     Last day to change from graded to audit                 October    16-17 Fall Break for Undergraduate and Extended Term
August      29      Last day to waive insurance/parking fees                                   students. Fall Mini I classes meet.
August      29      Last day to submit information for Tuition Discounts      October    18    Fall Mini Term I ends
August      29      Last day to make payment arrangements                     October    20    Fall Mini Term II (8 weeks) begins
August      29      Last day to apply for December 2008 graduation            October    20    Late registration fee ($50.00) charged for Mini
                    without $150 Administrative fee                                            Term II Begin
                                                                              October    21    Final grades due for Fall Mini Term I
September                                                                     October    24    Fall Mini Term II Registration Deadlines:
September 1         Hispanic Heritage Month                                                     Last day to register/add/ change schedule
September 1         Labor Day. UIW closed. No classes, including                                Last day to register for independent study
                    Graduate Term I                                                             Last day to change from graded to pass/fail
September 2         $150 fee charged for schedule changes or                                    Last day to change from pass/fail to graded
                    registrations for Fall Mini I                                               Last day to change from graded to audit
September 2         Drop/add fee ($25.00) charged for Fall Mini               October    24    Last day to make payment arrangements
                    Term I & Graduate Extended                                October    24    Last day to waive insurance/parking (Fall Mini II)
September 2         Drop/add fees ($25.00) charged for                        October    24    Last day to submit information for Tuition
                    Undergraduate Begin                                                        Discounts for Fall Mini II
September 4         Graduate/Undergraduate Registration Deadlines:            October    24    Last day to change major and/or advisor
                     Last day to register/add/ change schedule               October    24    Last day to apply for admission to the major for
                     Last day to register for independent study                               Spring 2009
                     Last day to change from graded to pass/fail             October    27    Drop/add fees ($25.00) charged for Fall Mini
                     Last day to change from pass/fail to graded                              Term II Begin
                     Last day to change from graded to audit                 October    27    $150 administrative fee charged for schedule changes
                     Last day to change from audit to graded                                  and registrations for Fall Mini II
September 4         Last day to make payment arrangement                      November
September 4         Last day to waive insurance/parking fees                  November 14       Last day to drop class with a grade of W for
                    (Graduate & Undergraduate)                                                  Undergraduate or Graduate Extended Term
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November 17      $150 administrative fee charged for withdrawals                  December 5          Last day of Undergraduate and Graduate
                 from a class after the deadline                                                      Extended classes
November   21    Advising Day and Registration. No day classes.                   December 8-12       Final examinations, Undergraduate, Fall Mini
                 Evening classes meet.                                                                Term II, and Graduate Extended
November   21    Last day to drop class with a grade of W for Fall                December 12         End of semester, Undergraduate, Fall Mini II,
                 Mini Term II                                                                         and Graduate Extended
November         American Indian Heritage Month                                   December 12         Residence halls close for returning students,
November   26-28 Thanksgiving Holiday, No class on Wednesday                                          3:00 p.m.
                                                                                  December    13      Fall Baccalaureate Mass, 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
December                                                                          December    13      Commencement, 11:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
December 5         Last day to withdraw from the University for Fall              December    14      Residence halls close for graduates, 1:00 p.m.
                   Mini Term II                                                   December    16      Grades due for Undergraduate and Graduate
December 5         Last day to withdraw from the University for                                       Ext and Fall Mini II classes
                   Undergraduate and Fall Graduate Extended classes               Dec 24 - Jan 1      Christmas Break




                                                 Fall 2008 Financial Calendars

Fall 2008 Fee Schedule:
Fall 2008
August
August    25       Late registration fee ($50.00) charged Fall Mini Term I & Graduate Extended
August    25       Late registration fee ($50.00) charged for Undergraduate courses Begin
August    29       Last day to apply for December 2008 graduation without $150 Administrative fee

September
September 2        $150 fee charged for schedule changes or registrations for Fall Mini I (if approved)
September 2        Drop/add fee ($25.00) charged for Fall Mini Term I & Graduate Extended
September 2        Drop/add fees ($25.00) charged for Undergraduate Begin
September 5        $150 fee charged for schedule changes or registrations for Graduate Extended and Undergraduate terms (if approved)
September 29       $150 administrative fee charged for withdrawals with a W, Fall Mini I (if approved)

October
October    1       Last day to apply for May 2009 graduation without a late fee
October    15      Mid-Term reports due to Undergraduate Advising Office
October    16-17   Fall Break for Undergraduate and Extended Term students. Fall Mini I classes meet.
October    18      Fall Mini Term I ends
October    20      Fall Mini Term II (8 weeks) begins
October    20      Late registration fee ($50.00) charged for Mini Term II Begin
October    27      Drop/add fees ($25.00) charged for Fall Mini Term II Begin
October    27      $150 administrative fee charged for schedule changes and registrations for Fall Mini II (if approved)

November
November 17        $150 administrative fee charged for withdrawals from a class after the deadline (if approved)




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Fall 2008 Refund Schedule
Beginning in Fall 2008, the last day to drop a class with a 100% refund is the same day as the last day to withdraw from
the University with a 100% refund. The dates listed below indicate the last day to drop a class or withdraw and receive a
100% refund. See Withdrawal Information, below, for information on the consequences of withdrawing from a semester.

Fall 2008
August
August    29       Fall Graduate Mini I – Last day to receive a 100% refund for dropping a class or withdrawing.
August    29       Virtual Fall I – Last day to receive a 100% refund for dropping a class or withdrawing.

September
September 1        Undergraduate and Graduate Extended Term – Last day to receive a 100% refund for dropping a class or withdrawing.
                   (No refund for dropping individual courses after this date.)
September 5        ADCAP Fall I – Last day to receive a 100% refund for dropping a class or withdrawing.
September 9        Undergraduate Extended Term – Last day to receive a 50% refund for withdrawing only (no refund for dropping individual courses.)

October
October    24      Fall Graduate Mini II – Last day to receive a 100% refund for dropping a class or withdrawing.
October    31      ADCAP Fall II – Last day to receive a 100% refund for dropping a class or withdrawing.
October    31      Virtual Fall II – Last day to receive a 100% refund for dropping a class or withdrawing.

Withdrawal Information
A withdrawal is defined as a student dropping down to 0 hours in a given semester. A drop is defined as dropping an individual course or courses while
still maintaining enrollment in at least one course. The information below ONLY applies to complete withdrawals.

CONSEQUENCES OF WITHDRAWING: A withdrawal affects both a student’s bill at the University as well as any financial aid the student may
have received. The refund schedule defines the amount of tuition and fees (if any) to be refunded based on the date of withdrawal.

A separate Return of Title IV calculation must be processed on any financial aid the student has received and WILL usually result in the
student having a balance with the University after withdrawal.
Please contact the Office of Student Financial Assistance at (210) 829-6008 before withdrawing from the University to discuss the financial consequences
of withdrawing.
A student’s withdrawal from the University will be considered as occurring the day he or she turns in the withdrawal form to the Academic Advising Office.
The student may obtain the withdrawal form from the Registrar’s Office or the Academic Advising Office. The student must obtain a signature from the
Academic Advising Office before the student’s withdrawal will be considered official.

Notice to an instructor, other office, or a student contract with the Business Office does not cancel registration.

WITHDRAWALS WITHOUT PROPER NOTICE MAY RESULT IN FAILURE IN ALL COURSES FOR THE SEMESTER and THE STUDENT WILL BE
RESPONSIBLE FOR FULL PAYMENT OF ALL TUITION, FEES and OTHER CHARGES.
Late Disbursement of Federal Loans and Grants, Private or State Financial Aid:
The Office of Financial Assistance will determine the amounts to be credited to the student’s account prior to the refund calculation based on federal or
state regulations or private source regulations.
Return of Title IV Funds:
As a requirement set forth by the Department of Education, the Office of Financial Assistance is required to return a percentage of Federal Financial Aid
that was disbursed to students who have completely withdrawn from UIW or have stopped attending all classes (unofficial withdrawal). The amount of aid
returned is determined by the following formula:

Number of days attended / Total days in the semester = % of aid “earned”.



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Any aid above and beyond this amount must be returned to its source, leaving a balance at the University. Additionally, if the student receives a partial or
full refund of tuition and fees, any State or Institutional grants must be reduced by the percentage of refund received. Outside scholarships may be
reduced or completely removed from the student’s account dependent upon the policies of the donor(s).

Please remember that withdrawals affect the student’s status of Satisfactory Academic Progress. For more information about Satisfactory Academic
Progress, please see http://www.uiw.edu/finaid/finaideligibility.html.

The amounts owed for a Title IV return will be refunded to their sources in the following order:
Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loans
Federal Subsidized Stafford Loans
Federal Perkins Loans
Federal PLUS loan for Graduate Students
Federal Parent PLUS Loans
Federal PELL Grants
Federal Academic Competitiveness Grant
Federal National SMART Grant
Federal SEOG Grants
Other Title IV Assistance
State, Private and Institutional Aid
Student Payments, Parent Payments

A student that withdraws and has received financial assistance must complete an exit counseling session. The student may fulfill this
requirement by logging on to www.mapping-your-future.org or visiting the Office of Financial Assistance for a counseling interview.

In addition, if a student received an institutional loan such as Perkins, Ralston, Nursing, or Faculty Nursing and is not planning on attending
during the upcoming semester or is planning to graduate, the student is required to complete an electronic exit interview. Please call the
Business Office at (210) 829-6084 if you have any questions or to receive instructions on completing an exit interview.
                                                           EXAMPLES OF REFUND POLICIES

The following are examples of the University Refund Policy based on student withdrawal dates. These examples explain what happens to a student’s
Institutional Charges at the time of the withdrawal. If amounts a student has for payments comes from a Title IV source (financial aid), these funds may be
required to be returned under the Federal Return of Title IV Guidelines, adding to the final balance owed by the student. (See Return of Title IV Funds
information above).

                                        CHARGES                                  PAYMENTS                                 BALANCE
Original Charges/Payments:              $9,400 (Tuition 12-18 hours)             $6,000 (payment(s) received)             $3,400 (unpaid tuition & fees)

Withdrawal at 100% refund:              $9,400 - $9,400 = $0.00                  $6,000 (payment(s) received)             -$6,000 (credit)**

**Credit would be reduced if source of payments includes financial aid or scholarships.

Withdrawal at 0% refund:                $9,400 - $0.00 = $4,200                  $6,000 (payment(s) received)             $3,400***

***Balance would be increased after Return of Title IV calculation, if source of payments includes financial aid or scholarships.

Appeals to Refund Policy
For exceptions to this withdrawal and refund policy due to medical or other extenuating circumstances contact the Business Office at (210)
829-6088.

If you do not attend the class or classes for which you registered, you must drop the class or withdraw from the
university. If you do not drop or withdraw, you will be charged for your class or classes and will receive a grade
at the end of the semester, whether you attend class or not. It is your responsibility to cancel your registration if
your do not plan to attend class or complete the course requirements.


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                                                                      STUDENT RECORDS
The University of the Incarnate Word maintains educational records for all current and former students who officially enrolled. Student records at the
University are subject to the provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended. Students have the right to file a
complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning compliance issues. The name and address of the appropriate office is:
      Family Policy Compliance Office
      U.S. Department of Education
      400 Maryland Avenue, SW
      Washington, DC 20202-4605

Review of the Educational Record
Students have the right to inspect and review their educational record. All requests must be in writing to the Registrar and must identify the record(s) they
wish to inspect. The University official will make arrangements for access and notify the students of the time and place where the records may be inspected.
If the records are not maintained by the University official to whom the request was submitted, that official shall advise the student of the correct official to
whom the request should be addressed. The response from the University official will be within 45 days of the receipt of the request for access.

Educational Records on Campus
Educational records are those records directly related to a student for the purpose of recording the educational endeavor of the student. They do not include
law enforcement records, employment records, medical records, alumni records, or faculty advisor/instructor notes. Educational records may be stored in
many mediums and are not limited to an individual file.

Amendment of the Educational Record
Students may request an amendment to the educational record if they believe it is inaccurate or misleading. The amendment of the educational record does
not pertain to the grade assigned by the faculty. The student should write to the Registrar to request the amendment. The request must clearly identify the
portion of the record s/he wants changed, specifying why it is inaccurate or misleading. If the University does not amend the record as requested, the
University will notify the student of the decision and advise the student of his or her right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment. Information
regarding the hearing procedures will be provided to the student when notified of the right to a hearing.

Directory Information
The University of the Incarnate Word will not disclose any personally identifiable information about students (except directory information listed below) without
the written consent of the student. Directory information has been identified as:
1. Student's name
2. Participation in officially recognized activities and sports
3. Address
4. Telephone listing
5. Weight and height of members of athletic teams
6. Electronic mail address
7. Photograph
8. Degrees, honors, and awards received
9. Date and place of birth
10. Major field of study
11. Dates of attendance
12. Grade level
13. The most recent educational agency or institution attended

Each student has the right to restrict the release of any or all of this information by submitting a written request to the Registrar's Office. School officials with
legitimate educational interests may have access to educational records, without the students’ consent, if the record is needed in order to fulfill his or her
professional responsibilities. School officials are identified as: a person employed by the University in an administrative, supervisory, academic or research,
or support staff position, a person or company with whom the University has contracted, a person serving on the Board of Trustees, or a student serving on an
official committee, or assisting another school official in performing his or her tasks.




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                                Priority Online Registration Schedule
     Determination based hours completed and recorded on students’ academic record

                    Group                             Date On-line Access is Available   Time On-line Access is Available
 Seniors On-line (96 hours or more)                   April 17th                         11:00 a.m.
 Juniors On-line (64 –95 hours or more)               April 17th                         1:00 p.m.
 All other undergraduate students On-line             April 17th                         3:00 p.m.
 Graduate and Doctorate Students                      April 17th                         11:00 a.m.
 PharmD Students (Not Pre-Pharmacy)                   April 17th                         11:00 a.m.
                    Group                             Date In-line Access is Available   Time In-line Access is Available
 All others In-line                                   April 18th                         1:00 p.m.
        TYPE YOUR INFORMATION CAREFULLY! READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY
           THE PIN WILL DISABLE AFTER THREE INCORRECT ATTEMPTS TO LOG-IN.

1. Access on-line registration from the Registrar’s Office web page at
    www.uiw.edu/registrar.
        Select the Bannerweb link.
        Select self-service 1 or 2.
        Select the secure area
2. Enter your ID (PIDM, SSN or OIN) on the first line. Carefully, enter
   your initial PIN on the second line. If you enter your information                              Enter your ID here
   wrong three times, your PIN will disable. You may be prompted
   to verify your entry. If so, enter the initial PIN again.                                       Enter your Initial PIN here

3. If you forgot your PIN, select the “forgot PIN” link.
4. If this is your first attempt to log-on, your PIN is your birthday. The
   birthday format is MMDDYY (example: April 23, 2002 is 042302).
   You will be prompted to reset your PIN. Select six numbers or
   letters that are unique to you and that you can remember. After you
   have entered your new PIN, and verified it a second time, select
   “login.”
5. To register for classes:
        select the student services link
        select registration
        select add/drop classes
        select the term for which you are registering
        read the cautionary statement
        enter your alternate PIN
6. Enter the CRN for each. When you are finished, select “submit
   changes.”
7. When you have completed your on-line activities, log-off by selecting “exit” from the menu bar in the top right of the
   screen.

    If you do not attend the classes for which you register, it is your responsibility to drop your classes or
         withdraw. You are responsible for your charges and grades whether you attend class or not.

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                Want to avoid the registration lines?
                                         Go to www.uiw.edu/registrar and check your holds
                                             o Select the Bannerweb link
                                             o Select the student services link
                                             o Select the student records link
                                             o Select the view holds links
                                         Look for “Registration” indicated in the “Process
                                          Affected” block. This will prevent registration.
                                         Contact the offices indicated in the “Hold Type” block.
                                          Resolve your holds before Advising Day.
                                         Check the classes to see if you meet the pre-requisite.
                                         If you completed the required class in transfer, do we
                                          have your transcript? Check your transfer work online.
                                             o Go to www.uiw.edu/registrar
                                                    Select the Bannerweb link
                                                    Select the student services link
                                                    Select the student records link
                                                    Select the academic transcript links
                                             o If your transfer work is not recorded, we do not
                                                have the final transcript. Contact your previous
                                                institution and request that your transcript be sent
                                                to the Registrar’s Office at UIW.
                                         Do the courses you need require signatures?
                                             o Download a “Registration Over-ride Approval”
                                                form from the Registrar’s Office web page
                                                (uiw.edu/registrar then forms, registration, online)
                                             o Get the instructor’s signature on the form.
                                             o Bring the signed form to the Registrar’s Office
                                                before Advising Day.



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                   Financial Assistance Info
                               Get Ready for Next Year Now!




   The UIW Financial Aid Office is processing Free
  Applications for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for
        the 2008-2009 Academic year now!

              To complete an initial or renewal FAFSA:

     Have your Federal PIN ready (www.pin.ed.gov)
     Submit a FAFSA on-line (www.fafsa.ed.gov)

     Check on your status through Banner Web

    Remember the sooner you apply, the sooner we
          can award you—so start now!

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                                                              Fall 2008 Tuition and Fees

       TUITION:
       Banded Undergraduate Tuition (12-18 credit hours)                                                    $9,700
       Undergraduate Tuition per hour (less than 12 credit hours or greater than 18 credit hours)           $640
       Graduate Tuition per hour                                                                            $640
       PH.D Tuition per hour                                                                                $670
       School of Pharmacy (annual)                                                                          $27,500
       Adult Degree Completion Program per hour                                                             $330
       Virtual University per hour                                                                          $415
       FEES:
       Application Fee                                                                                      $20
       Records Fee (one-time charge, all students)                                                          $30
       Graduation Fee                                                                                       $25
       Confirmation Fee (one charge, first time full-time students and full-time readmits) Non-Refundable   $200
       Undergraduate University Fee 0-5 credit hours $120; 6-11 credit hours $185
       Graduate University Fee $35 per credit hour
       Student Services, Athletics, & Technology Fee (per semester)
       Undergraduates: $165 (1-5 hrs); $255 (6-11 hrs); $300 (12 hours or over)
       Graduates: $33 per credit hour
       *Parking Fees
       Undergraduates: $85 per semester for full-time students: $13 per hour for part-time students
       Graduates: $13 per credit hour
       Deferred Payment Plan Fee                                                                            $50
       COURSE REGISTRATION FEES: (Refer to listing in the schedule or Contact Respective Department)
       Lab/Clinical Course Fee                                                                              $10-500
       Change of Schedule Fee                                                                               $25
       Administration Fee (i.e., contested registration, graduation matters, etc.)                          Up to $150
       LATE FEES:
       Late Registration Fee                                                                                $50
       Late Payment Arrangement Fee (will be charged monthly until arrangements made)                       $50
       Late Graduation Application Fee                                                                      $50
       LAPTOP PROGRAM FEES:
       Laptop Fee for contracts beginning Fall 2002-Present (one-time charge)                               $1,600

       FALL HOUSING (Per Semester)
       Single Room                           $2,710
       Double Room                           $2,125
       Triple Room                           $1,705
       McCombs Center Single       $2,830                Hillside Building Single $3,020
       McCombs Center Double       $2,560                Hillside Building Double $2,705
       Avoca Apartments:           $2,500 per semester
       New Freeway Dorm Single $3,020
       New Freeway Dorm Double $2,705
       Deposit: A $225 deposit is required in advance for all students requesting on-campus housing.


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Meal Plan Information
All students living on campus are required to purchase one of the available plans for their respective halls.

Fall Semester:

B-$1,450 + Tax        Per Semester       Available in all halls
C-$850 + Tax          Per Semester       Available only in Avoca Apartments, St. Joseph’s, Hillside, McCombs Center and Freeway

*Tuition Discounts
Tuition discounts are available for part-time/full-time undergraduate or graduate students who qualify for such discounts such as the Active Duty Military
and their dependents, Civilian Department of Defense Employees (no dependents), Retired Military (no dependents), UIW/SAHS/IWHS
Employees and their dependents, and University Senior Preparatory Program.

Military and Civilian Department of Defense discounts apply to any student enrolled in all programs at the University of the Incarnate Word. Those
students eligible are active duty military with or without a Tuition Assistance Form and their dependents, civilian Department of Defense employees (no
dependents), and retired military (no dependents). The discount will be applied to tuition only and any other fees associated with enrollment will be the
responsibility of the student. Discounts are not applicable to students for whom 100% tuition is paid by any third party payor. Discounts may be reversed if
payment is received after discount(s) are applied. The Business Office and Office of Financial Assistance determine eligibility. Refer to the University
Payment Policy located under the Tuition and Financial Regulations. Discounts may vary between University programs (Main Campus, ADCaP, or Virtual
University).

It is the responsibility of the student to present their valid identification or current military identification along with any Tuition Assistance
Forms to the Business Office within the specified dated as published by the University course schedule. Those courses pertaining to ADCaP,
Virtual University and mini semesters have ten days from the first day of classes to submit a valid identification, application and/or TA form(s)
to qualify for the discount.

Tuition discounts are available for any individual who is employed at the University of the Incarnate Word, Incarnate Word High School or St.
Anthony Catholic High School on a regular, full-time employment agreement (for at least 75% of the time) as faculty, administrator, or staff. Employees
may receive tuition remission for themselves for undergraduate and/or graduate classes taken at UIW per the guidelines listed in the UIW/IWHS/SACHS
Administrator/Staff Guidelines & Faculty Handbook. Employee tuition waiver forms are available through the Human Resources Office. According to the
Administrative/Staff Guidelines, the deadline for submission of Employee Tuition Waiver forms is 14 calendar days after the last day to add a course for
the term. For further information, please contact the Human Resources Office at 829-6019. The discount will be applied to tuition only and any other
fees associated with enrollment will be the responsibility of the student. Refer to the University Payment Policy located under the Tuition and
Financial Regulations.

University Preparatory Program discounts applies to Junior and Senior Incarnate Word High School (IWHS) and St. Anthony Catholic High School
(SACHS) students. The direct cost to all participants in the High School/University Program varies according to the number of hours for which the
student is enrolled at the University of the Incarnate Word. Students selected for this program from IWHS/SACHS will receive an Academic Scholarship
resulting in a percentage reduction in University tuition. In addition, they will receive a percentage discount on their high school tuition for each three (3)
hour course they take at the University each semester. Discount applies to part-time status 1-9 hours, no discounts will be granted for a full-time status
12+ hours (Banded Tuition). The discount will be applied to tuition only and any other fees associated with enrollment will be the responsibility of the
student. For further information, please contact the respective High School Business Office (IWHS (210) 829-3115 or SACHS (210) 832-5639). Refer to
the University Payment Policy located under the Tuition and Financial Regulations.

It is the responsibility of the student to apply for tuition discounts. The student and his/her family must apply using the appropriate application form(s) and
provide all necessary information to complete each application (i.e., valid identification(s), tuition assistance form(s)) to receive consideration for these
discounts. Applications for these tuition discounts should be submitted to the respective departments or the Business Office according to the deadlines
posted in each respective Semester Schedule of Classes. No discounts will be applied after the deadline indicated in the Semester Schedule of Classes.
All discounts will be evaluated and assessed to the student account after the last day to add and drop a course for the respective term or within stated
deadline outlined in the published Schedule of Classes. In order to continue receiving the discount, the student is responsible for submitting a new
application and required information to complete the application each session (fall, spring, summer). Prospective students may call the Business Office at
(210) 829-6043 if they need appropriate forms or more information.




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*Any student pursing a doctorate (PhD) is not eligible for these discounts, regardless if enrolled in a graduate level course.
Your student financial aid award may be adjusted without notice due to receiving such discount(s).
All discounts are subject to change without notice.
Auditing Courses
*Auditing courses are available to non-student, part-time or full-time students. Auditors that are *non-students or are enrolled in a part-time status pay
50% of regular tuition for lecture courses and any associated course fees; however, full tuition is charged for limited enrollment, private instruction and
studio courses.

*Audit courses follow the Last day for 100% Refund for any Undergraduate and Graduate courses. Deadlines may be found in the Main Campus
Schedule of Classes (See Academic Calendar) or from the respective program administrator (i.e., ADCaP or Virtual University).

Full-time students may audit one lecture course (3-4 hours) per session (fall, spring, summer) at no cost. Any course fees associated with this enrollment
will be the responsibility of the student.

Students are allowed to combine their total number of hours within a respective session to determine their full-time status. Undergraduates on the Main
Campus are consider full-time with 12 + enrolled hours, a Graduate and Doctoral student on the Main Campus is considered a full-time status at 9 +
hours. Full-time doctoral status changes when doctoral student is in dissertation writing phase and/or enrolled 3 + hours. If a full-time student falls under
banded tuition and, with the audit class, does not exceed a total of 18 hours, no discount will be granted.

*Students enrolled in our ADCaP program will be allowed to audit courses within that program. Audit discounts are not applicable to Virtual
University courses.

The deadline for changing enrollment in a course from graded to audit status is printed in the Academic Calendar located in the University Course
Schedule.

Payment Options (For more information refer to our UIW Undergraduate Bulletin or UIW Graduate Bulletin):
Other than Financial Assistance and Work-Study programs, the University accepts cash, checks, and credit cards for payment of tuition and fees.

   Cash, *check and credit card payments for the payment of tuition and fees are accepted at the Business Office, Monday through Thursday 8 a.m.
    to 6 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Payments sent via mail should be forwarded to: UIW Business Office, 4301 Broadway CPO# 291, San Antonio,
    Texas 78209. All checks must include the student’s name, account number, and specific term to insure proper credit to account.
    *Drop Box located next to Rm. 190 in the Administration Building
     The following credit cards are accepted: Master Card, Visa, American Express and Discover. Credit card payments are accepted over the telephone
     at (210) 829-6043, choose Option #5 on our telephone menu.

    Secured Web payments for tuition and fees are accepted with your UIW PIN personal identification number. If you have already been issued a
     PIN#, you may use this same number to gain access to this screen. For those students with no PIN number, contact the Registrar’s Office at 829-
     6006. Log on to: http://www.uiwtx.edu/banner self-service

   The University offers students a Tuition Payment Plan. The student can divide their charges into installments. It is the responsibility
    of the student to enroll in a payment plan each semester. Failure to remit these payments may result in withholding of credits,
    transcripts, diplomas, and a late payment fee each month for not submitting tuition payments as agreed. However, this will not
    exempt students from liability for those charges. Enrollment into this plan may include an application fee.

To enroll in the deferred payment plan or if you need additional information, please come by the Business Office or call (210) 829-6043.
Payment Policy (For more information refer to our UIW Undergraduate Bulletin or UIW Graduate Bulletin):
    1. Registration for an academic term is not complete until full payment for the current and /or prior terms has been made, or until a student has
           entered into a payment plan with the University (see above for enrollment information). Payment arrangements must be finalized by the eighth
           calendar day from the first class day to the semester. Students may have their registration cancelled at that time if payment arrangements have
           not been completed.
    2. All international students are required to pay the full semester’s tuition and fees upon registering each semester. International students will
           not be allowed to enroll in a payment plan.
    3. ALL FEES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.



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     4.   Students who have not met their total financial obligations to the University may not be permitted to enroll for a subsequent academic term and
          current registration is subject to cancellation.
     5.   Withdrawal without proper notice entails failure in all courses for the semester and the student is held liable for the full payment of
          tuition, fees and other charges.
     6.   Students must pay their financial obligation in full to the University to have diplomas and transcripts released. In addition, if payment is not
          made in full, students may be prohibited from participating in the graduation ceremony.
     7.   The student agrees to assume liability for any debt incurred during his/her attendance at the University. In the event of a delinquency or default,
          the student will pay all reasonable costs of collection including but not limited to attorney fees and necessary court costs.

Student Health Insurance
All full-time domestic students (Full-time constitutes 12+ hours for undergraduates, 9+ hours for graduates and *doctoral students) and all international
students (eligibility is based on Admission status) are required to participate in the student accident and sickness insurance plan. Only domestic
students are allowed to waive insurance when proof of existing personal domestic coverage is presented and a waiver is completed (Contact
Business Office regarding waiver information). This plan protects students 24 hours a day, whether at home, school or while traveling. The insurance plan
is also available for dependents. This coverage is in effect during the interim vacation periods. Participation in intercollegiate athletics is not covered.
Brochures that describe student health insurance cost and coverage details are available in the Office of Health Services, Business Office or by logging
on to: http://www.uiw.edu/health/hinsurance.html Insurance must be waived on or before the stated waiver deadline posted in the Academic
Calendar found in this University Course Schedule.

*Full-time doctoral status changes when student is in dissertation writing phase and/or 3 + hours (Doctoral students are not automatically charged in this
status and must request and pay for insurance coverage after enrollment.)

Note: Insurance is automatically assessed against the majority of student’s account. The charges will not be removed unless a waiver and proof of
insurance is provided to the Business Office within the waiver deadline.

If charges do not appear on your student statement it reflects, no insurance premium has been submitted on your behalf. Application and full
payment for dependent coverage is due the day of purchase. Eligibility of insurance is determined by insurance company.

Students currently enrolled in any University term(s) can purchase UIW students insurance for themselves and their *dependents at anytime from the
Business Office during the academic school year.

*Individual student insurance must be purchased prior to availability for dependent coverage.

Parking Permits
All automobiles or motorcycles parked on campus must be registered with the Business Office.
In order to park on campus, students must pay a parking fee that entitles them to obtain and display a parking decal. Parking fees are automatically
assessed to a student’s account. To waive charges, a student must complete a waiver form on or before the stated waiver deadline posted in the
Academic Calendar found in this University Course Schedule. Since parking decals are issued annually, and in the event that you are not parking
your vehicle on campus for a respective term, you may be granted a parking waiver by returning the issued decal by the published parking waiver
deadline. Part-time and graduate students will be assessed a fee dependent upon the number of semester hours they are taking any given semester.
The fee will be based on a rate of $13 per credit hour for part-time and graduate students. A lost or stolen permit can be replaced at the Business Office.
The fee for a replacement permit is the full-time charge for the respective semester (Priority parking is issued on availability). Failure to exhibit a decal will
be cause for ticketing. Incarnate Word High School and St. Anthony Catholic High School decals are valid parking credentials at the University. Parking
regulations will be strictly enforced. Violators will be ticketed and charged. A repeat violation will result in the towing of the vehicle at the owner's
expense. For questions about specific charges or refunds, contact the Business Office at (210) 829-6043.

How To Obtain a Parking Decal
The following records must be presented to the Business Office to receive your decal:
     1. A valid driver’s license;
     2. A current copy of your vehicle registration
* The following applies for individuals with a disability placard:
     3. Present your original letter issued by the state or your disability placard (decal);
     4. A valid driver’s license;
     5. A current copy of your vehicle registration
* These Students or Employees must still register the vehicle and pick up a UIW Disability Decal at the Business Office.


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For questions about specific charges or refunds, contact the Business Office at (210) 829-6043 or visit our Business Office Web Page by logging on to:
http://www.uiw.edu and clicking onto link Business Office.

                                                             Course Registration Fees
           In addition to the regular tuition and University fees, enrollment in some courses requires laboratory or usage fees.

CRN           SUBJ              CRSE                        COURSE TITLE                                                             AMT
40043         ARTS              1301                        Drawing I                                                               30.00
40042         ARTS              1301                        Drawing I                                                               30.00
40044         ARTS              1301                        Drawing I                                                               30.00
42623         ARTS              1301                        Drawing I                                                               30.00
40045         ARTS              1301                        Drawing I                                                               30.00
41570         ARTS              1301                        Drawing I                                                               30.00
40046         ARTS              1311                        Design I                                                                30.00
40047         ARTS              2301                        Drawing II                                                              30.00
40803         ARTS              2320                        Painting I                                                              30.00
40804         ARTS              2320                        Painting I                                                              30.00
40805         ARTS              2320                        Painting I                                                              30.00
40048         ARTS              2342                        Ceramics I                                                              30.00
41124         ARTS              2342                        Ceramics I                                                              30.00
42624         ARTS              2342                        Ceramics I                                                              30.00
41571         ARTS              2351                        Printmaking I                                                           30.00
40049         ARTS              2357                        Photography I                                                           60.00
40050         ARTS              2357                        Photography I                                                           60.00
40051         ARTS              2357                        Photography I                                                           60.00
42625         ARTS              2357                        Photography I                                                           60.00
40053         ARTS              2361                        Sculpture I                                                             30.00
42626         ARTS              3300                        Color Theory for Artists                                                30.00
42627         ARTS              3321                        Painting II                                                             30.00
41572         ARTS              3331                        Ceramic Sculpture                                                       30.00
42628         ARTS              3342                        Ceramics II                                                             30.00
42629         ARTS              3342                        Ceramics II                                                             30.00
42630         ARTS              3352                        Printmaking II                                                          30.00
41127         ARTS              3358                        Digital Photography                                                    150.00
41573         ARTS              3365                        Photo II: Directorial Photo                                             60.00
40701         ARTS              3390                        Junior Studio                                                           30.00
41375         ARTS              4327                        Advanced Projects in Painting                                           30.00
41574         ARTS              4344                        Advanced Projects in Ceramics                                           30.00
42632         ARTS              4357                        Advanced Project in Photograph                                          60.00
41298         ARTS              4370                        Advanced Projects in Drawing                                            30.00
41476         ARTS              4390                        IS: Senior Capstone                                                     30.00
40934         ATHP              1170                        Athletic Train Clinical Exp I                                          100.00
42891         ATHP              2170                        Clinical Experience II                                                 100.00
40935         ATHP              2301                        Emergency/Med Aspects in AT                                             25.00
40936         ATHP              2305                        Func Anatomy/Muscle Testing                                             25.00
41295         ATHP              2320                        Evl Inj/Cond Head/Neck/Up Extr                                          25.00
40939         ATHP              3170                        Athletic Trg Clinical Exp III                                          100.00
42894         ATHP              4170                        Clinical Experience IV                                                 100.00
41640         ATHP              4190                        Clinical Experiences V                                                 100.00
42895         ATHP              4388                        Athletic Training Internship                                           100.00
40412         BINF              2325                        Personal Productivity Applic                                            30.00
40413         BINF              2325                        Personal Productivity Applic                                            30.00
41242         BINF              2325                        Personal Productivity Applic                                            30.00
41549         BINF              2325                        Personal Productivity Applic                                            30.00
40414         BINF              2328                        Hardware & Sys Software                                                 75.00
40756         BINF              2330                        Programming Languages I                                                 75.00

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CRN           SUBJ            CRSE                      COURSE TITLE                       AMT
41358         BINT            6311                      International Business            15.00
40420         BINT            63CS                      Capstone: Sem Internation Bus     55.00
40594         BIOL            1401                      Diversity of Life and Lab         70.00
40595         BIOL            1401                      Diversity of Life and Lab         70.00
42201         BIOL            1401                      Diversity of Life and Lab         70.00
40598         BIOL            1401                      Diversity of Life and Lab         70.00
40597         BIOL            1401                      Diversity of Life and Lab         70.00
40596         BIOL            1401                      Diversity of Life and Lab         70.00
41822         BIOL            1401                      Diversity of Life and Lab         70.00
40593         BIOL            1402                      Unity of Life and Lab             70.00
40592         BIOL            1402                      Unity of Life and Lab             70.00
40998         BIOL            1402                      Unity of Life and Lab             70.00
41243         BIOL            1402                      Unity of Life and Lab             70.00
42812         BIOL            1402                      Unity of Life and Lab             70.00
40601         BIOL            2121                      Anatomy & Physiology I Lab        70.00
40602         BIOL            2121                      Anatomy & Physiology I Lab        70.00
40603         BIOL            2121                      Anatomy & Physiology I Lab        70.00
40604         BIOL            2121                      Anatomy & Physiology I Lab        70.00
40605         BIOL            2121                      Anatomy & Physiology I Lab        70.00
41919         BIOL            2121                      Anatomy & Physiology I Lab        70.00
41920         BIOL            2121                      Anatomy & Physiology I Lab        70.00
40876         BIOL            2122                      Anatomy & Physiology II Lab       70.00
40607         BIOL            2122                      Anatomy & Physiology II Lab       70.00
40608         BIOL            2122                      Anatomy & Physiology II Lab       70.00
40610         BIOL            2474L                     Introduct Microbiology Lab        70.00
40878         BIOL            2474L                     Introduct Microbiology Lab        70.00
40993         BIOL            2474L                     Introduct Microbiology Lab        70.00
41891         BIOL            3411L                     Cell Biology Lab                  70.00
40613         BIOL            3430L                     Struct & Funct of Animals Lab     70.00
40615         BIOL            3442L                     Ecology Laboratory                70.00
42814         BIOL            3442L                     Ecology Laboratory                70.00
40616         BIOL            3461                      Genetics and Laboratory           70.00
42815         BIOL            3461                      Genetics and Laboratory           70.00
42986         BIOL            4151                      Biochemistry Laboratory           96.00
41245         BIOL            4450L                     Entomology Laboratory             20.00
40621         BIOL            4460                      Research in Water Quality         70.00
40430         BMGT            3340                      Management Theory and Practice    30.00
40431         BMGT            3340                      Management Theory and Practice    30.00
41560         BMGT            3340                      Management Theory and Practice    30.00
42593         BMGT            3340                      Management Theory and Practice    30.00
42594         BMGT            3340                      Management Theory and Practice    30.00
42595         BMGT            3340                      Management Theory and Practice    30.00
40436         BMGT            4380                      Integ Bus Analys/Dec Making I     55.00
40782         BMGT            4380                      Integ Bus Analys/Dec Making I     55.00
41958         BMGT            4380                      Integ Bus Analys/Dec Making I     25.00
41998         BMGT            4380                      Integ Bus Analys/Dec Making I     25.00
42148         BMGT            4380                      Integ Bus Analys/Dec Making I     55.00
40438         BMGT            63CS                      Capstone: Cases in Manage Prob    55.00
41359         BMKT            6311                      Marketing Management              15.00
41009         CART            1301                      Introd to Computer Graphics      150.00
40549         CART            1301                      Introd to Computer Graphics      150.00
40550         CART            1301                      Introd to Computer Graphics      150.00
42780         CART            1310                      Visual Language                  150.00
40776         CART            1380                      Foundations of Digital Design    150.00
40551         CART            1380                      Foundations of Digital Design    150.00
40552         CART            1380                      Foundations of Digital Design    150.00


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CRN           SUBJ            CRSE                      COURSE TITLE                       AMT
40553         CART            2301                      3D Animation I: Modeling         150.00
41303         CART            2304                      Concepting                        50.00
41226         CART            3300                      Web Desgn II: Adv Web Design     150.00
40556         CART            3301                      3D Anim III:Narrative Animat     150.00
41665         CART            3310                      Print Dsgn II: Visual Systems    150.00
42785         CART            3310                      Print Dsgn II: Visual Systems    150.00
41304         CART            3325                      Gesture for Animators             50.00
41228         CART            4301                      Advanced Projects Practicum-GD   150.00
40795         CART            4301                      Advanced Projects Practicum-3D   150.00
41227         CART            4311                      3D Animation V: Production       150.00
40979         CART            4340                      3D Animation I:Modeling Bridge   150.00
41667         CART            4399                      ST:Experimental Graphic Design    50.00
41461         CART            4399                      ST: WEB for 3D II                150.00
40627         CHEM            1101                      Chemical Principles I Lab         96.00
42212         CHEM            1101                      Chemical Principles I Lab         96.00
42818         CHEM            1101                      Chemical Principles I Lab         96.00
40628         CHEM            1101                      Chemical Principles I Lab         96.00
40629         CHEM            1101                      Chemical Principles I Lab         96.00
40723         CHEM            1101                      Chemical Principles I Lab         96.00
40724         CHEM            1101                      Chemical Principles I Lab           .00
40725         CHEM            1101                      Chemical Principles I Lab         96.00
40760         CHEM            1101                      Chemical Principles I Lab         96.00
40761         CHEM            1101                      Chemical Principles I Lab         96.00
41435         CHEM            1101                      Chemical Principles I Lab         96.00
40630         CHEM            1102                      Chemical Principles II Lab        96.00
40631         CHEM            1102                      Chemical Principles II Lab        96.00
41248         CHEM            1102                      Chemical Principles II Lab        96.00
41252         CHEM            1320L                     Biological Chemistry II Lab       96.00
41253         CHEM            1320L                     Biological Chemistry II Lab       96.00
40635         CHEM            2111                      Organic Chemistry I Lab           96.00
40636         CHEM            2111                      Organic Chemistry I Lab           96.00
40637         CHEM            2111                      Organic Chemistry I Lab           96.00
40887         CHEM            2111                      Organic Chemistry I Lab           96.00
41693         CHEM            2111                      Organic Chemistry I Lab           96.00
42822         CHEM            2111                      Organic Chemistry I Lab           96.00
42824         CHEM            2112                      Organic Chemistry II Lab          96.00
41254         CHEM            2112                      Organic Chemistry II Lab          96.00
41694         CHEM            2112                      Organic Chemistry II Lab          96.00
42826         CHEM            2112                      Organic Chemistry II Lab          96.00
41258         CHEM            3421L                     Quantitative Analysis Lab         96.00
42828         CHEM            3421L                     Quantitative Analysis Lab         96.00
42835         CHEM            4151                      Biochemistry Laboratory           96.00
42830         CHEM            4431L                     Physical Chemistry I Lab          96.00
40642         CHEM            4260                      Chemistry Research                96.00
40543         CIS             2325                      Personal Productivity Applicat    30.00
40544         CIS             2325                      Personal Productivity Applicat    30.00
41229         CIS             2325                      Personal Productivity Applicat    30.00
41669         CIS             2325                      Personal Productivity Applicat    30.00
40545         CIS             2328                      Hardware and Systems Software     75.00
40898         CIS             2330                      Programming Languages I           75.00
40546         CIS             2340                      Windows Operating Systems         75.00
40548         CIS             3340                      Windows Client-Server Network     75.00
41885         CIS             3362                      Systems Analysis and Design       75.00
41230         CIS             4310                      Management Technology             75.00
42777         CIS             4399                      ST:UIW Sec Life Campus:Java/LS    30.00
40946         COMM            1305                      Computer Lit for Comm Arts       150.00


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CRN           SUBJ            CRSE                      COURSE TITLE                       AMT
41004         COMM            1305                      Computer Lit for Comm Arts       150.00
40567         COMM            2320                      Audio Production I               150.00
40570         COMM            2357                      Photography I                     60.00
40571         COMM            2358                      Video Production I               150.00
41065         COMM            3358                      Digital Photography              150.00
42759         COMM            4340                      Design/Layout/Print Production   150.00
42766         COMM            4390                      Senior Portfolio                 150.00
40448         COMP            1301                      Computer Lit/Business Appl        35.00
40449         COMP            1301                      Computer Lit/Business Appl        35.00
40450         COMP            1301                      Computer Lit/Business Appl        35.00
40861         COMP            1301                      Computer Lit/Business Appl        35.00
40862         COMP            1301                      Computer Lit/Business Appl        35.00
40863         COMP            1301                      Computer Lit/Business Appl        35.00
41361         COMP            1301                      Computer Lit/Business Appl        35.00
41362         COMP            1301                      Computer Lit/Business Appl        35.00
41426         COMP            1301                      Computer Lit/Business Appl        35.00
41431         COMP            1301                      Computer Lit/Business Appl        35.00
41563         COMP            1301                      Computer Lit/Business Appl        35.00
42005         COMP            1301                      Computer Lit/Business Appl        35.00
42588         COMP            1301                      Computer Lit/Business Appl        35.00
42589         COMP            1301                      Computer Lit/Business Appl        35.00
40447         COMP            1301                      Computer Lit/Business Appl        35.00
40710         COMP            1301                      Computer Lit/Business Appl        35.00
40061         DANC            1180                      Beginning Country Western Danc    33.00
40062         DANC            1183                      Basic Rhythms                     33.00
40063         DANC            1301                      Ballet I (Level 1)                33.00
40064         DANC            1301                      Ballet I (Level 1)                33.00
40065         DANC            1302                      Ballet I (Level 2)                33.00
40066         DANC            1305                      Begin Social Dance (Level 1)      33.00
40810         DANC            1305                      Begin Social Dance (Level 1)      33.00
40067         DWHP            1200                      Dimensions of Wellness            25.00
40491         DWHP            1200                      Dimensions of Wellness            25.00
40068         DWHP            1200                      Dimensions of Wellness            25.00
42087         DWHP            1200                      Dimensions of Wellness            25.00
40493         DWHP            1200                      Dimensions of Wellness            25.00
40494         DWHP            1200                      Dimensions of Wellness            25.00
40763         DWHP            1200                      Dimensions of Wellness            25.00
41107         DWHP            1200                      Dimensions of Wellness            25.00
40495         DWHP            1200                      Dimensions of Wellness            25.00
40496         DWHP            1200                      Dimensions of Wellness            25.00
42088         DWHP            1200                      Dimensions of Wellness            25.00
42089         DWHP            1200                      Dimensions of Wellness            25.00
42090         DWHP            1200                      Dimensions of Wellness            25.00
41421         DWHP            1200                      Dimensions of Wellness            25.00
40492         DWHP            1200                      Dimensions of Wellness            25.00
40497         DWHP            3200                      Dimensions of Wellness Bridge     15.00
40498         DWHP            3200                      Dimensions of Wellness Bridge     15.00
40499         DWHP            3200                      Dimensions of Wellness Bridge     15.00
40500         DWHP            3200                      Dimensions of Wellness Bridge     15.00
40501         DWHP            3200                      Dimensions of Wellness Bridge     15.00
41578         DWHP            3200                      Dimensions of Wellness Bridge     15.00
40451         ECON            2301                      Principles of Macroeconomics      30.00
40452         ECON            2301                      Principles of Macroeconomics      30.00
41564         ECON            2301                      Principles of Macroeconomics      30.00
42597         ECON            2301                      Principles of Macroeconomics      30.00
40026         EDUC            4345                      Creative Play/Play Environment    25.00


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CRN           SUBJ            CRSE                      COURSE TITLE                       AMT
40027         EDUC            4605                      Student Apprent/Internship       100.00
40361         EDUC            63CS                      Capstone: Teacher Internship     100.00
41334         EDUC            63CS                      Capstone: Teacher Internship     100.00
41335         EDUC            63CS                      Capstone: Teacher Internship     100.00
40362         EDUC            66CS                      Capstone: Teacher Internship     200.00
41834         EDUC            66CS                      Capstone: Teacher Internship     200.00
40646         ENGR            1201                      Introduction to Engineering       20.00
40645         ENGR            1310                      Engineering Graphics (CAD 1)      30.00
41337         ENGR            3455                      Strength of Materials             20.00
42841         ENGR            4375                      Thermodynamics                    20.00
42844         ENGR            4399                      ST:Systems Engineering            20.00
40654         ENSC            4460                      Research in Water Quality         70.00
40529         FMER            2381                      Fashion Merchandising             30.00
40747         FMER            2381                      Fashion Merchandising             30.00
40530         FMER            4382                      Professional Pract: Portfolio     30.00
41896         FMGT            1322                      Apparel Construction II           50.00
41675         FMGT            1332                      Apparel Construction I            50.00
41676         FMGT            1332                      Apparel Construction I            50.00
41677         FMGT            1332                      Apparel Construction I            50.00
41678         FMGT            1332                      Apparel Construction I            50.00
41679         FMGT            1332                      Apparel Construction I            50.00
40535         FMGT            2341                      Textiles                          50.00
40536         FMGT            3321                      Fashion Illustration I            50.00
41750         FMGT            3322                      Fashion Illustration II           50.00
40538         FMGT            3331                      Pattern Engineering I            150.00
40905         FMGT            3332                      Pattern Engineering II           150.00
42753         FMGT            4324                      Fabric Design                     50.00
40541         FMGT            4325                      Draping                           50.00
41880         FMGT            4328                      Tailoring                         50.00
40542         FMGT            4332                      CADD for Fashion Design          150.00
41235         FMGT            4399                      ST: Computer Illustration        150.00
43006         GEOL            1121                      Physical Geography Lab            48.00
43007         GEOL            1121                      Physical Geography Lab            48.00
40707         GEOL            1420                      Oceanography                      48.00
40907         INTD            1355                      Architectural Design I            75.00
40525         INTD            1361                      Architectural Drawing I           75.00
41727         INTD            2300                      Basic Interior Design             75.00
40908         INTD            2363                      Arch Graphics I                   75.00
40909         INTD            2375                      Space Planning                    75.00
40527         INTD            3311                      Business Interiors                75.00
40528         INTD            3350                      Interior Materials                75.00
41340         INTD            3362                      History of Arch & Furniture I     75.00
41706         INTD            3367                      Interior Design I                 75.00
40910         INTD            3375                      Interior Design III               75.00
40969         INTD            3472                      CADD for Interior Design         150.00
40526         INTD            4363                      Environmental Controls            75.00
40458         LEAD            1300                      Emerging Leaders                  50.00
43008         METR            1125                      Natural Hazards Lab               48.00
41634         MS              1101L                     Fund of Lead/Mgmt Lab-STMU        30.00
41417         MS              1101L                     Fund of Lead/Mgmt Lab-STMU        30.00
40519         MS              2201L                     Appl Leadership & Mgmt Lab-STM    30.00
41291         MS              2201L                     Appl Leadership & Mgmt Lab-STM    30.00
40521         MS              3301                      Advanced Leadership&Mgmt-STMU     30.00
41635         MS              3301L                     Advanced Leadership Lab-STMU      30.00
41636         MS              3301L                     Advanced Leadership Lab-STMU      30.00
41638         MS              4301L                     Sem in Lead/Mgmt Lab-STMU         30.00


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CRN           SUBJ            CRSE                      COURSE TITLE                                                  AMT
41637         MS              4301L                     Sem in Lead/Mgmt Lab-STMU                                    30.00
42890         MS              5301L                     Ad Sem in Millitary Iss:STMU                                 30.00
ALL           MUAP            COURSES                   See Private Instructions section further in this schedule   175.00
40219         MUSI            1131                      Chorale                                                      25.00
40220         MUSI            1181                      UIW Community Orchestra                                      25.00
40221         MUSI            1182                      Jazz Ensemble                                                25.00
40820         MUSI            1185                      Wind Ensemble                                                25.00
40226         MUSI            1381                      Class Piano                                                  25.00
40227         MUSI            1381                      Class Piano                                                  25.00
40228         MUSI            1391                      Class Guitar                                                 10.00
40229         MUSI            2132                      Madrigal Singers                                             25.00
41186         MUSI            3348                      Studies in World Music                                       25.00
41867         NMED            2420                      Patient Care Technologies                                   200.00
42942         NMED            3305                      Applications of Radionuclides                               100.00
42190         NMED            4310                      Intro to Nuclear Medicine                                   160.00
41326         NMED            4604                      Clin Nuclear Medicine I                                     300.00
41327         NMED            4606                      Clin Nuclear Medicine II                                    300.00
41868         NURS            2420                      Patient Care Technologies                                   500.00
42368         NURS            3322                      Issues in Nursing                                            45.00
40708         NURS            3530                      Nurs/Children and Adults II                                 500.00
40479         NURS            4182                      Senior Seminar                                              300.00
42149         NURS            4331                      Research in Nursing                                           0.00
40696         NURS            4551                      Critical Care Nursing                                       500.00
40477         NURS            4562                      Community Health Nursing                                    500.00
40656         NUTR            1223                      Gourmet Cuisine                                             140.00
41280         NUTR            1224                      World Cuisine                                               140.00
40943         NUTR            2131                      Food Preparation Laboratory                                  75.00
42884         NUTR            4239                      Nutrition Practicum                                          15.00
41281         NUTR            4340L                     Clinical and Nutritional Lab                                 45.00
41282         NUTR            6290                      Practicum in Nutrition                                       15.00
42888         NUTR            CE90                      Comprehensive Examination                                    50.00
40928         PEHP            1101                      Archery                                                      21.00
40482         PEHP            1106                      Flag Football                                                21.00
40483         PEHP            1110                      Volleyball                                                   21.00
40484         PEHP            1112                      Gymnastics                                                   21.00
40485         PEHP            1113                      Physical Conditioning                                        21.00
40486         PEHP            1114                      Weight Training                                              21.00
40237         PEHP            1115                      Ballet I (Level 1)                                           33.00
40239         PEHP            1115                      Ballet I (Level 1)                                           33.00
40238         PEHP            1116                      Basic Rhythms                                                33.00
41116         PEHP            1125                      Pilates                                                      33.00
41118         PEHP            1125                      Pilates                                                      33.00
40487         PEHP            1127                      Aerobic Dance                                                33.00
40488         PEHP            1133                      Beginning Tennis                                             21.00
40489         PEHP            1138                      Badminton/Racquetball                                        21.00
40240         PEHP            1139                      Yoga                                                         33.00
40241         PEHP            1139                      Yoga                                                         33.00
40954         PEHP            1139                      Yoga                                                         33.00
40243         PEHP            1145                      Beginning Social Dance (Lev 1)                               33.00
40952         PEHP            1145                      Beginning Social Dance (Lev 1)                               33.00
40242         PEHP            1146                      Country Western Dance                                        33.00
42959         PEHP            1147                      Tai Chi                                                      33.00
40990         PEHP            1148                      Exercise With Instructor                                     21.00
41649         PEHP            1148                      Exercise With Instructor                                     21.00
40490         PEHP            1199                      Activity Lab                                                 21.00
40650         PHYS            1101                      General Physics I Lab                                        48.00


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CRN             SUBJ              CRSE                          COURSE TITLE                                                                    AMT
40651           PHYS              1101                          General Physics I Lab                                                          48.00
41266           PHYS              1101                          General Physics I Lab                                                          48.00
40653           PHYS              2105                          Physics I Lab                                                                  48.00
41267           PHYS              2105                          Physics I Lab                                                                  48.00
41268           PHYS              2105                          Physics I Lab                                                                  48.00
40283           PSYC              2380                          Biology and Behavior                                                           20.00
43011           PHYS              4399                          ST: Physics of Star Trek                                                       25.00
40344           THAR              1191                          Theatre Practicum                                                              33.00
40345           THAR              1320                          Acting in Everyday Life                                                        33.00
40346           THAR              1321                          Beginning Acting                                                               33.00
41211           THAR              1322                          Intermediate Acting                                                            33.00
40347           THAR              1380                          Introduction to Theatre                                                        33.00
40348           THAR              2192                          Theatre Practicum                                                              33.00
40349           THAR              2193                          Theatre Practicum                                                              33.00
40350           THAR              3194                          Advanced Theatre Practicum                                                     33.00
40351           THAR              3195                          Advanced Theatre Practicum                                                     33.00
42684           THAR              3323                          Acting in Verse                                                                33.00
40354           THAR              4196                          Advanced Theatre Practicum                                                     33.00
41357           THAR              4333                          Senior Studio                                                                  33.00



                                                              COURSE REGISTRATION POLICIES
Your advisor’s approval (either by physically signing a registration form or releasing an alternate PIN for on-line registration) is required to register for classes.
Your use of the alternate PIN indicates your approval of the suggested courses by your advisor. Should you register for courses other than those
suggested by your advisor, neither the University nor your advisor may be held accountable for your enrollment. Changes in your advised schedule
may result in unnecessary courses, unnecessary charges, and may delay your graduation.

Your enrollment (as indicated by the submission of the registration form or registration on-line) and/or your attendance in a class indicate your intent to receive
credit and acceptance of all University charges for the semester. All students are ultimately responsible for their financial obligations with the University
regardless of their payment method (e.g. loan, third-party payment, personal payment, etc.). Additionally, all students are responsible for their financial
obligations and their grade regardless of whether or not they attend class. It is the student’s responsibility to cancel his/her registration if s/he
does not plan to attend class or complete the course requirements.

                                                               ACADEMIC LOAD
The normal amount of work for each semester is 16 hours. A minimum of 12 hours is required for full-time status. A grade point average of 3.0 or better
is required to take more than 18 semester hours. More than 18 hours falls outside of the banded tuition rate and consequently each hour of the total
course load is charged separately.

                                                                   GRADING INFORMATION
Grades are assumed to be normal assignment unless the student specifically requests the audit or pass/fail option. A punitive grade (F) may be assigned
should a student stop attendance and fail to officially withdraw from the University. It is the student’s responsibility to cancel his/her registration if s/he
does not plan to attend class or complete the course requirements.


                                                                          PASS/FAIL
Students may take as many as four non-major elective semester courses on a credit/no credit basis. Such courses, if passed, will be counted toward
graduation, but will not be considered in computing the GPA. A minimum grade of C is needed to receive credit in a Pass/Fail basis. Students will be allowed
to change a course enrollment from graded to Pass/Fail status until the last day for adding a course. The deadline for changing from a normal graded course
or from a Pass/Fail grade course is posted in the Academic Calendar of this schedule. Freshmen students may not take courses on a pass/fail basis.

                                                                               AUDITING
With the permission of the instructor, students and persons who have not been admitted to the University may register as an auditor providing there is space
in the classroom after all registered students have been accommodated. Credit is not granted for courses that are audited and grades are not recorded.
Audits will not be allowed for practice, tutorials, internships, thesis, clinical classes, computer or science labs, and similar courses. Auditors pay 50% of
regular tuition for lecture courses; however, full tuition is charged for limited enrollment, private instruction and studio courses. All course fees are assessed.


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Full-time students may audit one lecture courses (3-4 hours) per semester or one course during the summer without additional tuition. The deadline for
changing enrollment in a course from graded to audit status is printed in the Academic Calendar of this schedule.




If you do not attend the class or classes for which you registered, you must drop the class or
withdraw from the university. If you do not drop or withdraw, you will be charged for your class or
classes and will receive a grade at the end of the semester, whether you attend class or not. It is
your responsibility to cancel your registration if your do not plan to attend class or complete the
course requirements.




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                                                    UNIVERSITY OF THE INCARNATE WORD
                                                 FALL 2008 LEARNING COMMUNITY OFFERINGS

Learning Communities are dynamic interactive and integrated curricular programs. Learning communities link courses into blocks that share common
themes to create an interactive learning partnership between the courses. Students enrolled in these grouped courses become a sharing community;
along with their instructors, they collaborate and learn together. All learning becomes relevant and experiential in our integrated world of knowledge.

Learning Community offerings satisfy First-Year General Education requirements, Honors Program Tracks, and program–specific clusters for students
who have already decided upon their majors.

Learning Communities:
     Are integrate “student-centered’ programs that address students’ needs;
     Boost academic confidence and performance;
     Integrate services and strategies for the UIW learning experience to be a successful one;
     Foster achievement and sound academic performance.

41843    ENGL      0312 C1   Composition Bridge                  Bushar, M.    3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM MW               AD        212
                             University Seminar meets with Dr. Rhonda Rapp            9:00 AM 10:15 AM F                AD        215
                             Learning Community w/Student Success
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

40710 COMP 1301 C2           Computer Lit/Business Appl        Kveton, A.      3      10:30 AM 11:45 AM MW              JB        232
42953 NURS 2199 C2           ST:Sem in Health Professions      Arbour, J.      1      12:00 PM 1:15 PM M                NB        218
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

40014    EDUC      2305 C3   Foundations of Education          Campos, D.      3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM MW                GB        116
41130    ENGL      1311 C3   Composition I                     Lonchar, P.     3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM MW                AD        242
                             Prerequisite: Meet the UIW Academic Literacy requirements
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

40398 ACCT 2311 C4           Principles of Accounting I        Tiggeman, T. 3         10:30 AM 11:45 AM TR              GB        209
40447 COMP 1301 C4           Computer Lit/Business Appl        Kveton, A.      3       9:00 AM 10:15 AM MW              JB        232
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

41005 CHEM 1310 C5           Biological Chemistry I            Davis, J.       3               9:00 AM 10:15 AM TR              BSH         224
42167 MATH 0318 C5           Intro Alg/Geom/Prob & Stats       Rakowitz, A.    3              12:00 PM 1:15 PM TR               BSH         219
42954 NURS 2199 C5           ST:Sem for Health Professions     Waltz, L.       1               3:00 PM 4:15 PM R                NB          CR
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available         until after first year student registration   begins this
summer.

41847 ENGL 0312 C6           Composition Bridge                Baynton, S.     3      12:00 PM 1:15 PM MW               BSH       122
40263 POLS 1391 C6           Human Rights                      Dittloff, S.    3       9:00 AM 10:15 AM MW              AD        348
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

41846 ENGL 0312 C7           Composition Bridge                Baynton, S.     3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM MW                AD        212
41425 SPAN 1311 C7           Elementary Spanish I              Tallon, M.      3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM TR                AD        215
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.




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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor    Hrs   Begin       End        Days     Bldg        Room

40045 ARTS 1301 C8           Drawing I                         Beechner, R.    3      9:00 AM 11:30 AM TR               FA        102
40551 CART 1380 C8           Foundations of Digital Design     Fagan, D.       3      7:30 AM 10:15 AM MW               JB        236
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

41570 ARTS 1301 C9           Drawing I                         Fox, A.         3      9:00 AM 11:30 AM MW               FA        102
40552 CART 1380 C9           Foundations of Digital Design     Johnson, R.     3      9:00 AM 11:45 AM TR               JB        236
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

40598 BIOL      1401 C12 Diversity of Life and Lab             Peigler, R.     4      9:00 AM 11:30 AM TR               AT&T      211
42665 RELS 1375 C12 Prayer and Spirituality                    Kirk, M         3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM MW                FA        B03
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

40597 BIOL      1401 C13 Diversity of Life and Lab             Tallarovic, S.  4      1:30 PM 3:00 PM           TR      AT&T      244
41599 PSYC 1301 C13 Introduction to Psychology                 Rodinsky, H.    3      12:00 PM 1:15 PM TR               AT&T      244
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

40596    BIOL     1401 C14   Diversity of Life and Lab         McPherson, B. 4        9:00 AM 11:30 AM TR               AT&T      244
40797    ENGL     1311 C14   Composition I                     Harding, L.     3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM MW               AD        354
                             Prerequisite: Meet the UIW Academic Literacy requirements
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

41236    ENGL     2310 C15       World Literature Studies        Clark, E.        3     3:00 PM     4:15 PM    TR       AD          265
                                 Prerequisites: ENGL 1311 and ENGL 1312
40105    HIST     1311 C15       World History I                 Nath, L.         3     1:30 PM     2:45 PM    TR       AD          265

41851    ENGL     0312 C17   Composition Bridge                Baynton, S.     3      12:00 PM 1:15 PM TR               AD          212
42183    ENGL     1311 C17   Composition I                     Baynton, S.     3       1:30 PM 2:45 PM TR               AD          212
                             Prerequisite: Meet the UIW Academic Literacy requirements
42662 RELS 1345 C17 Biblical Themes                            Ambrose, A.     3       7:30 AM 8:45 AM TR               AD          246
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration   begins this
summer.

40564 COMM 1301 C18 Intro to Mass Communication                Greenberg, V. 3         1:30 PM 2:45 PM MW               JB        126
41726 PHIL      1381 C18 Introduction to Philosophy            Lewis, P.       3      12:00 PM        1:15 PM TR        AD        348
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

Honors Community
42656 RELS 1399 H11 ST:Intro to Relig Stud(Honors)             Ambrose, G.     3      12:00 PM 1:15 PM TR               AD        245
42596 PHIL      1399 H11 ST:Faith & Reason (Honors)            O'Connor, B.    3       9:00 AM 9:50 AM MWF              AD        242
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.




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                                                University of the Incarnate Word
                                         Fall 2008 Undergraduate Extended Schedule
                                                 August 25th – December 12th
CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor            Hrs   Begin      End        Days   Bldg   Room

Anthropology
40038 ANTH        1311 01        Cultural Anthropology              Harrell, K.           3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM     MW     AD     246
43016 ANTH        3232 01        Cross-Cultural Communication       Lampe, P.             3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM     TR     AD     375
                                 Cross Listed with SOCI 3332.01
42618    ANTH     4371 01        ST:Lab Techniq:World Archaeolo     Harrell, K.           3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM     MW     AD     265

Art History
40039 ARTH        1310    01     Masterworks of World Art           Buentello-Olivo, M. 3       10:30 AM   11:45 AM   TR     FA     B03
40040 ARTH        2361    01     Art Hist:Ancient thru Medieval     Bravo, J.           3        9:00 AM   10:15 AM   MW     FA     B03
41122 ARTH        2361    02     Art Hist:Ancient thru Medieval     Bravo, J.           3        9:00 AM   10:15 AM   TR     FA     B03
40700 ARTH        2362    01     Art History:Renaiss to Modern      Bravo, J.           3       10:30 AM   11:45 AM   MW     FA     B03
42622 ARTH        2362    02     Art History:Renaiss to Modern      Buentello-Olivo, M. 3       12:00 PM    1:15 PM   TR     FA     B03
41123 ARTH        3357    01     History of Photography             Vargas, K.          3       12:00 PM    1:15 PM   MW     FA     B03
41083 ARTH        3360    01     Survey in Contemporary Art         Bravo, J.           3        9:00 AM   12:00 PM   F      FA     B03
                                 Prerequisite: ARTH 2362
41568    ARTH     3375 01        Aesthetics: Phil of Art/Beauty     Gilmour, D.           3     12:00 PM    1:15 PM   TR     AD     365
                                 Prerequisite: PHIL 1381
                                 Cross Listed with PHIL 3375.01
42620    ARTH     3375 02        Aesthetics: Phil of Art/Beauty     Gilmour, D.           3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM     MW     AD     365
                                 Prerequisite: PHIL 1381
                                 Cross Listed with PHIL 3375.02

Arts
40043    ARTS     1301    01     Drawing I                          Villarreal, S.        3      7:30 AM 10:00 AM     MW     FA     103
40042    ARTS     1301    02     Drawing I                          Villarreal, A.        3     10:30 AM 1:00 PM      MW     FA     103
40044    ARTS     1301    03     Drawing I                          Hua, P.               3      9:00 AM 11:30 AM     TR     FA     103
42623    ARTS     1301    04     Drawing I                          Villarreal, A.        3      6:00 PM 8:30 PM      MW     FA     103

40045 ARTS 1301 C8           Drawing I                         Beechner, R.    3       9:00 AM 11:30 AM TR              FA        102
40551 CART 1380 C8           Foundations of Digital Design     Fagan, D.       3       7:30 AM 10:15 AM MW              JB        236
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

41570 ARTS 1301 C9           Drawing I                         Fox, A.         3       9:00 AM 11:30 AM MW              FA        102
40552 CART 1380 C9           Foundations of Digital Design     Johnson, R.     3       9:00 AM 11:45 AM TR              JB        236
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

40046    ARTS     1311 01        Design I                         Fox, A.                 3      9:00 AM 11:30 AM     MW     FA     102
40047    ARTS     2301 01        Drawing II                       Cortinas, M.            3      1:30 PM 4:00 PM      MW     FA     103
                                 Prerequisites: ARTS 1301 and ARTS 1311
40803    ARTS     2320    01     Painting I                       Fox, A.                 3      4:30 PM 7:00 PM      MW     FA     102
40804    ARTS     2320    02     Painting I                       Hua, P.                 3     12:00 PM 2:30 PM      TR     FA     103
40805    ARTS     2320    03     Painting I                       Hua, P.                 3      6:00 PM 8:30 PM      TR     FA     103
40048    ARTS     2342    01     Ceramics I                       Stainken, M.            3      9:00 AM 11:30 AM     TR     FA     B05
41124    ARTS     2342    02     Ceramics I                       Stainken, M.            3     12:00 PM 2:30 PM      TR     FA     B05
42624    ARTS     2342    03     Ceramics I                       Northway, P.            3      6:00 PM 8:30 PM      TR     FA     B05
41571    ARTS     2351    01     Printmaking I                    Cortinas, M.            3      9:00 AM 11:30 AM     MW     FA     104
                                 Prerequisites: ARTS 1301, 1311 and 2301


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CRN      Dept       Num Sec      Course Title                       Instructor   Hrs    Begin      End         Days   Bldg   Room

40049    ARTS       2357 01      Photography I                     Ewers, D.      3      1:30 PM     4:00 PM   MW     FA     104
                                 Lab Activities FA B04
40050    ARTS       2357 02      Photography I                     Ewers, D.      3     10:30 AM     1:00 PM   TR     FA     104
                                 Cross Listed w/COMM 2357.02
                                 Lab Activities in FA B04
40051    ARTS       2357 03      Photography I                     Vargas, K.     3      9:00 AM 12:00 PM      F      FA     104
                                 Lab Activities in FA BO4
42625    ARTS       2357 04      Photography I                     Rush-Davis, M. 3      6:00 PM 9:00 PM       M      FA     104
                                 Lab Activities FA B04
40053    ARTS       2361   01    Sculpture I                       Northway, P.   3     12:00 PM 2:30 PM       TR     FA     102
42626    ARTS       3300   01    Color Theory for Artists          Cortinas, M.   3     12:00 PM 1:15 PM       MW     FA     102
42627    ARTS       3321   01    Painting II                       Cortinas, M.   3      3:00 PM 5:30 PM       TR     FA     103
41572    ARTS       3331   01    Ceramic Sculpture                 Northway, P.   3      3:00 PM 5:30 PM       TR     FA     B05
                                 Prerequisites: ARTS 1301, 1311, 2301, and 2311
42628    ARTS       3342   01    Ceramics II                       Stainken, M.   3      9:00 AM 11:30 AM      TR     FA     B05
42629    ARTS       3342   02    Ceramics II                       Stainken, M.   3     12:00 PM 2:30 PM       TR     FA     B05
42630    ARTS       3352   02    Printmaking II                    Cortinas, M.   3      9:00 AM 11:30 AM      MW     FA     104
41127    ARTS       3358   01    Digital Photography               Ewers, D.      3      4:30 PM 5:45 PM       TR     AD     295
                                 Cross Listed with COMM 3358.01
                                 Lab Activities AD 280
41573    ARTS       3365 01      Photo II: Directorial Photo       Vargas, K.     3      1:30 PM 4:00 PM       TR     FA     104
                                 Prerequisite: ARTS 2357
                                 Lab Activities FA B04
40701    ARTS       3390 01      Junior Studio                     Vargas, K.     3      1:00 PM 4:00 PM       F      FA     102
                                 Class meets with ARTS 4390.01
41375    ARTS       4327   01    Advanced Projects in Painting     Cortinas, M.   3      3:00 PM 5:30 PM       TR     FA     103
41574    ARTS       4344   01    Advanced Projects in Ceramics     Stainken, M.   3      9:00 AM 11:30 AM      TR     FA     B05
42631    ARTS       4355   01    Museology                         Bravo, J.      3      ARR        ARR        ARR    ARR    ARR
42632    ARTS       4357   01    Advanced Project in Photograph    Vargas, K.     3      1:30 PM 4:00 PM       TR     FA     104
                                 Lab Activities FA B04
41298    ARTS       4370 01      Advanced Projects in Drawing      Cortinas, M.   3      1:30 PM 4:00 PM       MW     FA     103
40056    ARTS       4388 01      Internship in Photography         Vargas, K.     3      ARR        ARR        ARR    ARR    ARR
                                 Prerequisites: ARTH 3357 and ARTS 1311, 2357, 3358, and 3360 or 3365
                                 Instructor’s Signature Required
40702    ARTS       4389 01      Internship in Art/Non-Prof Sec    Vargas, K.     3      ARR        ARR        ARR    ARR    ARR
                                 Prerequisites: ARTH 2361 and 2362
                                 Instructor’s Signature Required
41476    ARTS       4390 01      Senior Capstone                   Vargas, K.     3      1:00 PM     4:00 PM   F      FA     102
                                 Class meets with ARTS 3390.01

Athletic Training
40934 ATHP          1170   01    Athletic Train Clinical Exp I    Esparza, S.  1         9:00 AM 12:00 PM      F      NATA   1
42891 ATHP          2170   01    Clinical Experience II           Esparza, S.  1         9:00 AM 12:00 PM      F      NATA   1
41877 ATHP          2199   01    ST:Seminar for Health Prof       Robinson, W. 1         9:00 AM 10:00 AM      F      NB     217
42892 ATHP          2299   01    ST:Medical Terminology           STAFF        2        12:00 PM 1:15 PM       TR     NB     205
                                 Cross Listed with NURS 2299.01 and NMED 2299.01
40935    ATHP       2301   01    Emergency/Med Aspects in AT      STAFF        3        12:00 PM    1:15 PM    MW     NATA   1
40936    ATHP       2305   01    Func Anatomy/Muscle Testing      Robinson, W. 3        10:30 AM   11:45 AM    MW     NATA   1
40937    ATHP       2310   01    Ortho Injuries/Athl Conditions   Robinson, W. 3         9:00 AM   10:15 AM    TR     NATA   1
41295    ATHP       2320   01    Evl Inj/Cond Head/Neck/Up Extr   Robinson, W. 3         7:30 AM    8:45 AM    MW     NATA   1
42893    ATHP       2341   01    Pharm Issues in Ath Training     Esparza, S.  3        10:30 AM   11:45 AM    TR     NATA   1
40939    ATHP       3170   01    Athletic Trg Clinical Exp III    Esparza, S.  1         9:00 AM   12:00 PM    F      NATA   1
41639    ATHP       3310   01    Pathology of Body Systems        Esparza, S.  3         9:00 AM   10:15 AM    MW     NATA   1
42894    ATHP       4170   01    Clinical Experience IV           Esparza, S.  1         9:00 AM   12:00 PM    F      NATA   1
41640    ATHP       4190   01    Clinical Experiences V           Esparza, S.  1         9:00 AM   12:00 PM    F      NATA   1


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CRN       Dept     Num Sec       Course Title                        Instructor      Hrs     Begin      End         Days      Bldg     Room

42895     ATHP     4388 01       Athletic Training Internship        Robinson, W.    3        6:00 PM     8:45 PM   T         NATA     1

Biology
40594     BIOL     1401    01    Diversity of Life and Lab           Saygin, N.      4        9:00 AM 11:30 AM      MW        AT&T     244
40595     BIOL     1401    02    Diversity of Life and Lab           Saygin, N.      4        1:30 PM 3:00 PM       MW        AT&T     244
42201     BIOL     1401    03    Diversity of Life and Lab           Stedman, T.     4       12:00 PM 2:30 PM       MW        AT&T     211
41822     BIOL     1401    06    Diversity of Life and Lab           Peigler, R.     4        9:00 AM 11:30 AM      MW        AT&T     211

40598 BIOL      1401 C12 Diversity of Life and Lab             Peigler, R.     4       9:00 AM 11:30 AM TR              AT&T      211
42665 RELS 1375 C12 Prayer and Spirituality                    Kirk, M         3       3:00 PM 4:15 PM MW               FA        B03
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

40597 BIOL       1401 C13 Diversity of Life and Lab              Tallarovic, S.    4         1:30 PM 3:00 PM         TR        AT&T    244
 41599 PSYC 1301 C13 Introduction to Psychology                  Rodinsky, H.      3       12:00 PM 1:15 PM TR                 AT&T    244
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

40596 BIOL      1401 C14 Diversity of Life and Lab             McPherson, B. 4        9:00 AM 11:30 AM TR               AT&T      244
40797 ENGL 1311 C14 Composition I                              Harding, L.     3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM MW               AD        354
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

40593     BIOL     1402    01    Unity of Life and Lab           Raymond, R.         4       12:00 PM    2:25 PM    MW        AT&T     331
40592     BIOL     1402    02    Unity of Life and Lab           Raymond, R.         4        9:00 AM   11:30 AM    TR        AT&T     331
40998     BIOL     1402    03    Unity of Life and Lab           STAFF               4        3:00 PM    5:30 PM    MW        AT&T     331
41243     BIOL     1402    04    Unity of Life and Lab           STAFF               4        3:00 PM    5:30 PM    TR        AT&T     331
42812     BIOL     1402    05    Unity of Life and Lab           MacKinnon, C.       4       12:00 PM    2:30 PM    TR        AT&T     331
40601     BIOL     2121    L1    Anatomy & Physiology I Lab      STAFF               1        9:00 AM   11:30 AM    W         AT&T     231
40602     BIOL     2121    L2    Anatomy & Physiology I Lab      McPherson, B.       1        1:30 PM    4:00 PM    W         AT&T     231
40603     BIOL     2121    L3    Anatomy & Physiology I Lab      Robinson, C.        1        9:00 AM   11:30 AM    F         AT&T     231
40604     BIOL     2121    L4    Anatomy & Physiology I Lab      Robinson, C.        1        6:00 PM    8:30 PM    T         AT&T     231
40605     BIOL     2121    L5    Anatomy & Physiology I Lab      STAFF               1        6:00 PM    8:30 PM    W         AT&T     231
41919     BIOL     2121    L6    Anatomy & Physiology I Lab      Stedman, T.         1        9:00 AM   11:30 AM    T         AT&T     231
41920     BIOL     2121    L7    Anatomy & Physiology I Lab      STAFF               1        1:30 PM    4:00 PM    T         AT&T     231
40876     BIOL     2122    L1    Anatomy & Physiology II Lab     Robinson, C.        1        9:00 AM   11:30 AM    M         AT&T     231
40607     BIOL     2122    L2    Anatomy & Physiology II Lab     Robinson, C.        1        1:30 PM    4:00 PM    M         AT&T     231
40608     BIOL     2122    L3    Anatomy & Physiology II Lab     Robinson, C.        1        1:30 PM    4:00 PM    R         AT&T     231
40599     BIOL     2321    01    Anatomy and Physiology I        Herlihy, B.         3       10:30 AM   11:45 AM    TR        BSH      129
40600     BIOL     2321    02    Anatomy and Physiology I        McPherson, B.       3        1:30 PM    2:45 PM    TR        AT&T     121
41918     BIOL     2321    03    Anatomy and Physiology I        McPherson, B.       3        3:00 PM    4:15 PM    TR        AT&T     121
40606     BIOL     2322    01    Anatomy and Physiology II       McCormick, B.       3        9:00 AM   10:15 AM    TR        BSH      129
40877     BIOL     2322    02    Anatomy and Physiology II       Tallarovic, S.      3        9:00 AM   10:15 AM    TR        NB       216
40930     BIOL     2431    01    Human Physiology/Pharm Practic Herlihy, B./Staff    4        9:00 AM   11:30 AM    TR        AT&T     121
40609     BIOL     2474    01    Introduct Microbiology w/Lab    Raymond, R.         4        9:00 AM   10:15 AM    MW        BSH      129
                                 Prerequisites: CHEM 1302 or CHEM 1320
41336     BIOL     2474 02       Introduct Microbiology w/Lab    Foglesong, P.       4       10:30 AM 11:45 AM      MW        BSH      321
                                 Prerequisites: CHEM 1302 or CHEM 1320
40610     BIOL     2474L   L1    Introduct Microbiology Lab      STAFF               0       10:30 AM 11:45 AM      MW        AT&T     311
40878     BIOL     2474L   L2    Introduct Microbiology Lab      STAFF               0        1:30 PM 2:45 PM       MW        AT&T     311
40993     BIOL     2474L   L3    Introduct Microbiology Lab      STAFF               0        3:00 PM 4:15 PM       MW        AT&T     311
40611     BIOL     3411    01    Cell Biology and Laboratory     Foglesong, P.       4       10:30 AM 11:45 AM      TR        BSH      122
41891     BIOL     3411L   L1    Cell Biology Lab                STAFF               0       12:00 PM 1:15 PM       TR        AT&T     311



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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor       Hrs   Begin      End        Days   Bldg     Room

40612    BIOL     3430 01        Struc & Func of Animals & Lab     McCormick, B. 4        1:30 PM      2:45 PM   MW     BSH      123
                                 Prerequisite: BIOL 1402
40613    BIOL     3430L L1       Struct & Funct of Animals Lab     McCormick, B. 0        3:00 PM      5:30 PM   W      AT&T     121
40614    BIOL     3442 01        Ecology and Laboratory            Kerr, S        4       1:30 PM      2:45 PM   TR     BSH      123
                                 Prerequisites: BIOL 1401, 1402, & CHEM 1301,1101, 1302 and 1102
42813    BIOL     3442    02     Ecology and Laboratory            Kerr, S        4       3:00 PM      4:15 PM   TR     BSH      123
40615    BIOL     3442L   L1     Ecology Laboratory                Kerr, S        0       9:00 AM     11:30 AM   F      AT&T     211
42814    BIOL     3442L   L2     Ecology Laboratory                Kerr, S        0      12:00 PM      2:30 PM   F      AT&T     211
40616    BIOL     3461    01     Genetics and Laboratory           MacKinnon, C. 4        9:00 AM     11:30 AM   MW     AT&T     331
                                 Prerequisite: BIOL 1402 and CHEM 1302
42815    BIOL     3461 02        Genetics and Laboratory           MacKinnon, C. 4        3:00 PM      5:30 PM   TR     AT&T     311
                                 Prerequisites: BIOL 1402 and CHEM 1302
42986    BIOL     4151 L1        Biochemistry Laboratory           Coleman, D.    1       1:30 PM      4:00 PM   R      AT&T     534
                                 Cross Listed w/CHEM 4151.01
40618    BIOL     4351 01        Biochemistry I                    Gonzalez, E.   3      10:30 AM     11:45 AM   TR     BSH      123
                                 Cross Listed with CHEM 4351.01
                                 Prerequisite: CHEM 2311
41260    BIOL     4351 02        Biochemistry I                    Coleman, D.    3      10:30 AM     11:45 AM   MW     BSH      336
                                 Cross Listed with CHEM 4351.02
                                 Prerequisite: CHEM 2311
42816    BIOL     4380 01        Virology                          Foglesong, P. 3        6:00 PM      8:30 PM   T      BSH      123
                                 Class meets with BIOL 6380.01
                                 Instructor’s Signature Required
41436    BIOL     4399 01        ST: Adv Human Physiology          Chapa, I.      3       6:00 PM      8:30 PM   M      AT&T     211
40623    BIOL     4399 02        ST: Neurobiology                  Tallarovic, S. 3       1:30 PM      2:45 PM   MW     AT&T     121
                                 Instructor’s Signature Required
41244    BIOL     4450 01        Entomology                        Peigler, R.    4       3:00 PM      4:15 PM   MW     AT&T     211
                                 Prerequisite: BIOL 1402
41245    BIOL     4450L L1       Entomology Laboratory             Peigler, R.    0       1:30 PM      4:00 PM   T      AT&T     211
40621    BIOL     4460 01        Research in Water Quality         McCormick, B. 4        9:00 AM     11:45 AM   MW     BSH      118

Business, Accounting
40397 ACCT 2301           01     Acct for Non-Business Majors       Donovan, J.      3     9:00 AM    12:00 PM   F      GB       208
42612 ACCT 2301           02     Acct for Non-Business Majors       Gonzales, T.     3     6:00 PM     8:45 PM   T      GB       109
40399 ACCT 2311           01     Principles of Accounting I         Tiggeman, T.     3     1:30 PM     2:45 PM   TR     GB       109
41215 ACCT 2311           02     Principles of Accounting I         Tiggeman, T.     3     3:00 PM     4:15 PM   TR     GB       209
41531 ACCT 2311           03     Principles of Accounting I         San Miguel, P.   3     6:00 PM     8:45 PM   T      GB       209
42613 ACCT 2311           04     Principles of Accounting I         Barrera, G.      3     6:00 PM     8:45 PM   R      GB       116
42614 ACCT 2311           07     Principles of Accounting I         STAFF            3     6:00 PM     8:45 PM   W      GB       215

40398 ACCT 2311 C4           Principles of Accounting I        Tiggeman, T. 3         10:30 AM 11:45 AM TR              GB        209
40447 COMP 1301 C4           Computer Lit/Business Appl        Kveton, A.      3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM MW               JB        232
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

40400    ACCT     2312 01        Principles of Accounting II        Terry, J.        3     6:00 PM    8:45 PM    M      AD       385
                                 Prerequisite: ACCT 2311
41218    ACCT     2312 02        Principles of Accounting II        Terry, J.        3     6:00 PM    8:45 PM    W      GB       109
                                 Prerequisite: ACCT 2311
42615    ACCT     2312 05        Principles of Accounting II        STAFF            3      6:00 PM 8:45 PM      W      GB       115
40401    ACCT     3311 01        Intermediate Accounting I          Elrod, H.        3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM     TR     GB       208
                                 Prerequisite: ACCT 2312
42616    ACCT     3311 04        Intermediate Accounting I          Elrod, H.        3      3:00 PM    4:15 PM   TR     GB       116




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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor    Hrs   Begin      End        Days   Bldg   Room

40403    ACCT     3315 01        Federal Income Tax I            Edmond, T.       3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM     MW     GB     118
                                 Prerequisite: ACCT 2311
42991    ACCT     3317 02        Accounting Systems              San Miguel, P.   3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM      TR     GB     208
42617    ACCT     3319 01        Internship in Accounting        Tiggeman, T.     3     ARR      ARR          ARR    ARR    ARR
40849    ACCT     3345 01        International Accounting        STAFF            3      6:00 PM 8:45 PM      R      AD     265
                                 Cross Listed w/BINT 3345.01
                                 Prerequisites: ACCT 2312 and BINT 3331
41535    ACCT     4314 01        Auditing                        Elrod, H.        3      1:30 PM    2:45 PM   MW     GB     208
                                 Prerequisites: ACCT 3311 and ACCT 3312

Business, Finance
40407 BFIN        3321 01        Principles of Financial Mgmt     Wetsel, D.      3     3:00 PM     4:15 PM   MW     GB     115
                                 Prerequisites: ACCT 2311, ECON 2301 and 2302
42602    BFIN     3321 02        Principles of Financial Mgmt     STAFF           3     6:00 PM    10:00 PM   T      GB     118
                                 Prerequisites: ACCT 2311, ECON 2301 and 2302
42603    BFIN     3321 06        Principles of Financial Mgmt     Moreno, J.      3     1:30 PM     2:45 PM   TR     BSH    119
                                 Prerequisites: ACCT 2311, ECON 2301 and 2302
40851    BFIN     3325 01        Money and Capital Markets        Wetsel, D.      3     1:30 PM     2:45 PM   MW     GB     109
                                 Prerequisite: BINF 3321
40409    BFIN     3355 01        International Banking & Finance  Moreno, J.      3     3:00 PM     4:15 PM   TR     GB     118
                                 Cross Listed with BINT 3355.01
                                 Prerequisites: BINT 3331 and BFIN 3321
40852    BFIN     4355 01        Capital Budgeting                Moreno, J.      3     3:00 PM     4:15 PM   MW     GB     117
                                 Prerequisite: BFIN 3321

Business, Information Systems
40410 BINF       2321 01      Intro to Information Systems    Fayfich, P.         3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM     TR     GB     212
                              Prerequisite: COMP 1301
40411 BINF       2321 02      Intro to Information Systems    Young,              3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM     MW     GB     117
                              Prerequisite: COMP 1301
40412 BINF       2325 01      Personal Productivity Applic    Wood, W             3      1:30 PM    2:45 PM   MW     JB     232
                              Cross Listed w/CIS 2325.01
                              Prerequisite: COMP 1301
40413 BINF       2325 02      Personal Productivity Applic    Young,              3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM     TR     JB     232
                              Cross Listed with CIS 2325.02
                              Prerequisite: COMP1301
41242 BINF       2325 03      Personal Productivity Applic    STAFF               3     12:00 PM    1:15 PM   TR     JB     232
                              Cross Listed with CIS 2325.03
                              Prerequisite: COMP 1301
41549 BINF       2325 04      Personal Productivity Applic    Young,              3      1:30 PM    2:45 PM   TR     JB     232
                              Cross Listed with CIS 2325.04
                              Prerequisite: COMP 1301
40414 BINF       2328 01      Hardware & Sys Software         Youngblood, P.      3      1:30 PM    2:45 PM   MW     JB     104
                              Cross Listed with CIS 2328.01
                              Prerequisite: COMP 1301
40756 BINF       2330 01      Programming Languages I         Fayfich, P.         3      1:30 PM    2:45 PM   TR     AD     62
                              Cross Listed with CIS 2330.01
                              Prerequisite: BINF 2325
41550 BINF       3362 01      Systems Analysis&Specification  Young,              3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM     MW     GB     117
                              Cross Listed with CIS 3362.01
                              Prerequisite: BINF 2321
41551 BINF       4363 01      E-Business Arch and Design      Fayfich, P.         3     12:00 PM    1:15 PM   TR     BSH    123
                              Cross Listed with BMGT 4363.01
                              Prerequisites: BINF 2321 and BMGT 3340



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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor     Hrs   Begin     End        Days   Bldg   Room

41552    BINF     4370 01        Project Management              Lovelace, M.      3     3:00 PM    4:15 PM   TR     NB     205
                                 Prerequisites: BINF 2321 and BMDS 3371

Business, International
40720 BINT        3319 01        Internship/International Busin   Scott, J.        3     ARR       ARR        ARR    ARR    ARR
                                 Instructor’s Signature Required
40416    BINT     3331 01        International Business Mgmnt     Jackson, S.      3     3:00 PM    4:15 PM   MW     GB     212
                                 Prerequisite: ECON 2302
42606    BINT     3331 06        International Business Mgmnt     Briseno, M.      3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM   TR     GB     215
40854    BINT     3345 01        International Accounting         STAFF            3     6:00 PM    8:45 PM   R      AD     265
                                 Cross Listed with ACCT 3345.01
                                 Prerequisite: ACCT 2312
40457    BINT     3355 01        International Banking & Finance  Moreno, J.       3     3:00 PM    4:15 PM   TR     GB     118
                                 Cross Listed with BFIN 3355.01
                                 Prerequisites: BINT 3331 and BFIN 3321
40417    BINT     3361 01        International Marketing          Herrera, H.      3     9:00 AM   10:15 AM   MW     GB     109
                                 Cross Listed with BMKT 3361.01
                                 Prerequisites: BINT 3331 or BMKT 3331
40721    BINT     3619 01        Internship/International Bus     Scott, J.        6     ARR       ARR        ARR    ARR    ARR
                                 Instructor’s Signature Required
40418    BINT     4310 01        International Economics          Zanca, N.        3     9:00 AM   10:15 AM   TR     GB     215
                                 Cross Listed with ECON 4310.01
                                 Prerequisites: ECON 2301 and 2302
40419    BINT     4320 01        International Business Law       Forrest, M.      3     3:00 PM   4:15 PM    TR     GB     109
                                 Cross Listed with BLAW 4320.01
                                 Prerequisite: BLAW 3317
40848    BINT     4360 01        Cross Border Small Bus Forum     Jackson, S.      3     4:30 PM   5:45 PM    MW     GB     117
                                 Prerequisite: BINT 3331
                                 Instructor’s Signature Required

Business, Law
40421 BLAW        3317    01     Business Law                       Wood, W        3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM    MW     GB     209
40745 BLAW        3317    02     Business Law                       Lankford, P.   3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM    TR     GB     117
41553 BLAW        3317    03     Business Law                       Nowak, R.      3     12:00 PM 1:15 PM     MW     GB     209
42600 BLAW        3317    06     Business Law                       Forrest, M.    3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM     TR     GB     209
42601 BLAW        3317    07     Business Law                       Etienne, I.    3      6:00 PM 10:00 PM    M      GB     117
40422 BLAW        4320    01     International Business Law         Forrest, M.    3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM     TR     GB     109
                                 Cross Listed with BINT 4320.01
                                 Prerequisite: BLAW 3317

Business, Economics
40451 ECON 2301           01     Principles of Macroeconomics       Fawaz, F.      3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM    TR     GB     208
40452 ECON 2301           02     Principles of Macroeconomics       Fawaz, F.      3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM    TR     GB     215
41564 ECON 2301           04     Principles of Macroeconomics       McGuire, M.    3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM     MW     GB     215
42597 ECON 2301           05     Principles of Macroeconomics       Zanca, N.      3      7:30 AM 8:45 AM     TR     GB     215
40453 ECON 2302           01     Principles of Microeconomics       McGuire, M.    3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM     MW     GB     215
                                 Prerequisite: ECON 2301
42598    ECON     2302 02        Principles of Microeconomics       McGuire, M.    3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM    TR     AD     245
                                 Prerequisite: ECON 2301
40455    ECON     4310 01        International Economics            Zanca, N.      3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM    TR     GB     215
                                 Cross Listed with BINT 4310.01
                                 Prerequisite: ECON 2301, 2302




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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor       Hrs   Begin      End       Days   Bldg   Room

Business, Management
40429 BMGT 3319 01               Internship in Management        Scott, J.           3     ARR        ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
                                 Instructor’s Signature Required
40430    BMGT     3340 01        Management Theory and Practice Green, C.            3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM    MW     GB     215
                                 Business Week Fee Required
40431    BMGT     3340 02        Management Theory and Practice Fox, L.              3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM    TR     GB     109
                                 Business Week Fee Required
41560    BMGT     3340 03        Management Theory and Practice Davis, J.            3      1:30 PM   2:45 PM   MW     GB     118
                                 Business Week Fee Required
42593    BMGT     3340 05        Management Theory and Practice STAFF                3      6:00 PM   8:45 PM   T      GB     212
                                 Business Week Fee Required
42594    BMGT     3340 16        Management Theory and Practice Galvez-Kiser, A.     3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM    MW     GB     215
                                 Business Week Fee Required
42595    BMGT     3340 17        Management Theory and Practice Galvez-Kiser, A.     3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM    MW     GB     116
                                 Business Week Fee Required
40432    BMGT     3354 01        Human Resource Management       Green, C.           3      3:00 PM   4:15 PM   TR     WC     1
                                 Prerequisite: BMGT 3340
42791    BMGT     3619 01        Internship in Management        Scott, J.           6     ARR        ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
40434    BMGT     4345 01        Entr./Small Business Mgmt       Davis, J.           3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM    MW     GB     109
40435    BMGT     4355 01        Organizational Behavior & Lead  Green, C.           3      6:00 PM 8:45 PM     T      GB     117
41825    BMGT     4363 01        E-Business, Arch, and Design    Fayfich, P.         3     12:00 PM 1:15 PM     TR     BSH    123
                                 Cross Listed with BINF 4363.01
                                 Prerequisites: BINF 2321 and BMGT 3340
40436    BMGT     4380 01        Integ Bus Analys/Dec Making I   Davis, J.           3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM    TR     GB     116
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
                                 Business Week and ETS Fees Required
40782    BMGT     4380 02        Integ Bus Analys/Dec Making I   Davis, J.           3     4:30 PM    5:45 PM   MW     GB     212
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
                                 Business Week and ETS Fees Required
40437    BMGT     4381 01        Integ Bus Analys/Dec Making II  Vequist, D.         3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM   MW     GB     209
                                 Prerequisite: BMGT 4380
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
                                 Business Week and ETS EXAM Fee Required
42592    BMGT     4381 02        Integ Bus Analys/Dec Making II  Vequist, D.         3      9:00 AM 12:00 PM    F      GB     212
                                 Prerequisite: BMGT 4380
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
                                 Business Week and ETS Fees Required

Business, Management Decision Systems
40423 BMDS 3370 01           Analy Dec Making/Business I            Castilleja, J.   3      4:30 PM   5:45 PM   TR     GB     116
                             Prerequisite: MATH 1304
40424 BMDS 3370 02           Analy Dec Making/Business I            Harmsen, E.      3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM    MW     GB     115
                             Prerequisite: MATH 1304
40855 BMDS 3370 03           Analy Dec Making/Business I            Facey, S.        3      1:30 PM   2:45 PM   TR     GB     116
                             Prerequisite: MATH 1304
42590 BMDS 3370 06           Analy Dec Making/Business I            Teachout. M.     3      3:00 PM   4:15 PM   MW     GB     116
                             Prerequisite: MATH 1304
40425 BMDS 3371 01           Analy Dec Making/Business II           Harmsen, E.      3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM    TR     GB     115
                             Prerequisite: BMDS 3370
42591 BMDS 3371 02           Analy Dec Making/Business II           Harmsen, E.      3      1:30 PM   2:45 PM   TR     GB     115
                             Prerequisite: BMDS 3370
41556 BMDS 3371 03           Analy Dec Making/Business II           Facey, S.        3      3:00 PM   4:15 PM   TR     NB     216
                             Prerequisite: BMDS 3370



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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor    Hrs   Begin       End        Days     Bldg     Room

40427    BMDS     3372 01        Analy Dec Making/Business III   Harmsen, E.      3       1:30 PM    2:45 PM   MW       GB       115
                                 Prerequisite: BMDS 3371
41559    BMDS     4370 01        Project Management              STAFF            3       3:00 PM    4:15 PM   TR       GB       115
                                 Prerequisites: BINF 2321 and BMDS 3371
40712    BMDS     6340 01        Business Research/Analysis      Craven, A.       3       9:00 AM 12:00 PM     S        JB       236

Business, Marketing
40440 BMKT 3331           01     Principles of Marketing           STAFF             3    12:00 PM 1:15 PM     MW       GB       109
40441 BMKT 3331           02     Principles of Marketing           De Los Santos, E. 3    10:30 AM 11:45 AM    TR       GB       212
40799 BMKT 3331           03     Principles of Marketing           STAFF             3     3:00 PM 4:15 PM     TR       GB       215
42604 BMKT 3331           07     Principles of Marketing           STAFF             3     4:30 PM 5:45 PM     MW       GB       209
40442 BMKT 3333           01     Fundamentals of Advertising       Horton, K.        3    10:30 AM 11:45 AM    TR       GB       109
                                 Prerequisite: BMKT 3331
42605    BMKT     3333 02        Fundamentals of Advertising       Guiry, M.         3     4:30 PM 5:45 PM     MW       GB       118
40443    BMKT     3334 01        Service Marketing                 Briseno, M.       3     3:00 PM 4:15 PM     TR       GB       208
                                 Prerequisite: BMKT 3331
40444    BMKT     3361 01        International Marketing           Herrera, H.       3     9:00 AM 10:15 AM    MW       GB       109
                                 Cross Listed with BINT 3361.01, Prerequisites: BINT 3331 or BMKT 3331
40445    BMKT     3377 01        Consumer Behavior                 Guiry, M.         3     9:00 AM 10:15 AM    TR       GB       115
                                 Prerequisite: BMKT 3331
42531    BMKT     4375 01        Marketing Research                STAFF             3     1:30 PM 2:45 PM     TR       BSH      118
                                 Prerequisites: BMKT 3331 and 3370
40860    BMKT     4390 01        Marketing Management              Guiry, M.         3     1:30 PM 2:45 PM     MW       GB       117
                                 Prerequisite: BMKT 3331

Computer Graphic Arts
40929 CART 1100           01     Orientation to CART                Clayton, M.   1     12:00 PM     1:15 PM   TR       JB       126
41009 CART 1301           01     Introd to Computer Graphics        Brooks, C.    3     12:00 PM     2:45 PM   MW       JB       108
40549 CART 1301           02     Introd to Computer Graphics        Brooks, C.    3      3:00 PM     5:45 PM   MW       JB       108
40550 CART 1301           03     Introd to Computer Graphics        Lewis, J.     3      6:00 PM     8:45 PM   TR       JB       236
42780 CART 1310           01     Visual Language                    Fagan, D.     3      3:00 PM     5:45 PM   MW       JB       236
40776 CART 1380           01     Foundations of Digital Design      Fagan, D.     3      6:00 PM     8:45 PM   MW       JB       236

40551 CART 1380 C8           Foundations of Digital Design     Fagan, D.       3       7:30 AM 10:15 AM MW              JB        236
40045 ARTS 1301 C8           Drawing I                         Beechner, R.    3       9:00 AM 11:30 AM TR              FA        102
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

40552 CART 1380 C9           Foundations of Digital Design     Johnson, R.     3       9:00 AM 11:45 AM TR              JB        236
41570 ARTS 1301 C9           Drawing I                         Fox, A.         3       9:00 AM 11:30 AM MW              FA        102
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

40553    CART     2301 01        3D Animation I: Modeling         Watkins, W.     3       4:30 PM    7:15 PM   TR       JB       108
                                 Prerequisite: CART 1301 and 1302
41303    CART     2304 01        Concepting                       Clayton, M.     3      9:00 AM 11:45 AM      MW       JB       114
41226    CART     3300 01        Web Desgn II: Adv Web Design     Clayton, M.     3     12:00 PM 2:45 PM       MW       JB       236
                                 Prerequisite: CART 2300
40556    CART     3301 01        3D Anim III:Narrative Animat     Watkins, W.     3       1:30 PM    4:15 PM   TR       JB       108
                                 Prerequisite: CART 2311
41665    CART     3310 01        Print Dsgn II: Visual Systems    Johnson, R.     3     12:00 PM     2:45 PM   TR       JB       236
                                 Prerequisite: CART 2310
42785    CART     3310 02        Print Dsgn II: Visual Systems    Johnson, R.     3       3:00 PM    5:45 PM   TR       JB       236
                                 Prerequisite: CART 2310


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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor   Hrs   Begin      End        Days   Bldg   Room

41668    CART     3315 01        Visual Narrative Conventions      Watkins, W.    3    10:30 AM 1:15 PM      TR     JB     108
                                 Prerequisite: CART 1301, 1302,1380, 2311 and 3321
41304    CART     3325    01     Gesture for Animators             Beechner, R.   3     6:00 PM    8:45 PM   MW     FA     B03
40557    CART     4100    01     Commercial Arts Seminar           Watkins, W.    1     7:30 PM    8:45 PM   R      JB     126
41228    CART     4301    01     Advanced Projects Practicum-GD Clayton, M.       3     9:00 AM   11:45 AM   TR     JB     107
40795    CART     4301    02     Advanced Projects Practicum-3D    Watkins, W.    3     7:30 AM   10:15 AM   TR     JB     108
40559    CART     4302    01     Cooperative Educ Internship       Watkins, W.    3     7:30 AM   10:15 AM   TR     JB     108
41227    CART     4311    01     3D Animation V: Production        Watkins, W.    3     7:30 AM   10:15 AM   TR     JB     108
                                 Prerequisite: CART 3311
41666    CART     4330 01        Hist of Communication Design      Johnson, R.    3     4:30 PM    5:45 PM   MW     AD     231
                                 Prerequisite: ARTH 2362
40979    CART     4340 01        3D Animation I:Modeling Bridge    Watkins, W.    3    10:30 AM     1:15 PM TR      JB     108
                                 Prerequisites: CART 1301, 1302, and 3321
41667    CART     4399 01        ST:Experimental Graphic Design    Fagan, D.      3    12:00 PM 2:45 PM      MW     BSH    336
41461    CART     4399 02        ST: WEB for 3D II                 Watkins, W.    3     7:30 AM 10:15 AM     TR     JB     108

Chemistry
40627 CHEM        1101    L1     Chemical Principles I Lab       STAFF          1      1:30 PM     4:15 PM   M      AT&T   411
40628 CHEM        1101    L2     Chemical Principles I Lab       STAFF          1      7:30 AM    10:15 AM   T      AT&T   411
40629 CHEM        1101    L3     Chemical Principles I Lab       STAFF          1      1:30 PM     4:15 PM   T      AT&T   411
40723 CHEM        1101    L4     Chemical Principles I Lab       STAFF          1      6:00 PM     8:45 PM   T      AT&T   411
40724 CHEM        1101    L5     Chemical Principles I Lab       STAFF          1      1:30 PM     4:15 PM   W      AT&T   411
40725 CHEM        1101    L6     Chemical Principles I Lab       STAFF          1      6:00 PM     8:45 PM   W      AT&T   411
40760 CHEM        1101    L7     Chemical Principles I Lab       STAFF          1      7:30 AM    10:15 AM   R      AT&T   411
40761 CHEM        1101    L8     Chemical Principles I Lab       STAFF          1      1:30 PM     4:15 PM   R      AT&T   411
41435 CHEM        1101    L9     Chemical Principles I Lab       STAFF          1      1:30 PM     4:15 PM   F      AT&T   411
42212 CHEM        1101    L10    Chemical Principles I Lab       STAFF          1      1:30 PM     4:15 PM   R      AT&T   434
42818 CHEM        1101    L11    Chemical Principles I Lab       STAFF          1      9:00 AM    11:45 AM   F      AT&T   411
40630 CHEM        1102    L1     Chemical Principles II Lab      STAFF          1      1:30 PM     4:15 PM   M      AT&T   431
                                 Prerequisites: CHEM 1101 and 1301
40631    CHEM     1102 L2        Chemical Principles II Lab      STAFF          1      1:30 PM     4:15 PM   T      AT&T   431
                                 Prerequisites: CHEM 1101 and 1301
41248    CHEM     1102 L3        Chemical Principles II Lab      STAFF          1       1:30 PM    4:15 PM   W      AT&T   431
                                 Prerequisites: CHEM 1101 and 1301
40633    CHEM     1301 01        Chemical Principles I           McBurnett, B. 3        9:00 AM 10:15 AM     MW     GB     212
                                 Prerequisites: MATH 1304 or MATH 1311 or 2312
                                 Special Permission Required
40722    CHEM     1301 02        Chemical Principles I           McBurnett, B. 3       10:30 AM 11:45 AM     TR     BSH    321
                                 Prerequisites: MATH 1304 or MATH 1311 or MATH 2312
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
40632    CHEM     1301 03        Chemical Principles I           Stankus, J.    3      10:30 AM 11:45 AM     TR     BSH    118
                                 Prerequisites: MATH 1304 or MATH 1311 or MATH 2312
40880    CHEM     1301 04        Chemical Principles I           Stankus, J.    3       9:00 AM 10:15 AM     TR     BSH    123
                                 Prerequisites: MATH 1304 or MATH 1311 or MATH 2312
41249    CHEM     1301 05        Chemical Principles I           STAFF          3       6:00 PM    7:15 PM   MW     BSH    122
                                 Prerequisites: MATH 1304 or MATH 1311 or MATH 2312
42211    CHEM     1301 06        Chemical Principles I           STAFF          3      10:30 AM 11:45 AM     MW     BSH    122
                                 Prerequisite: MATH 1304
42820    CHEM     1301 07        Chemical Principles I           STAFF          3       9:00 AM 10:15 AM     MW     BSH    119
42819    CHEM     1301 08        Chemical Principles I           STAFF          3       1:30 PM 2:45 PM      MW     BSH    122
40634    CHEM     1302 01        Chemical Principles II          Chaudhuri, A. 3        9:00 AM 10:15 AM     MW     BSH    123
                                 Prerequisites: MATH 1304 or MATH 1311, or MATH 2312
40881    CHEM     1302 02        Chemical Principles II          Chaudhuri, A. 3       10:30 AM 11:45 AM     MW     BSH    123
                                 Prerequisites: MATH 1304 or MATH 1311 or MATH 2312



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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor   Hrs    Begin          End         Days     Bldg        Room

42821    CHEM     1302 03        Chemical Principles II          STAFF         3         6:00 PM        7:15 PM    TR       BSH         321
                                 Prerequisites: MATH 1304 or MATH 1311 or MATH 2312
40884    CHEM     1310 01        Biological Chemistry I          Coleman, D.   3        12:00 PM 1:15 PM           MW       BSH         123
40885    CHEM     1310 02        Biological Chemistry I          Coleman, D.   3         7:30 AM 8:45 AM           TR       BSH         123

41005 CHEM 1310 C5           Biological Chemistry I            Davis, J.       3        9:00 AM         10:15 AM TR         BSH         224
42167 MATH 0318 C5           Intro Alg/Geom/Prob & Stats       Rakowitz, A.    3        12:00 PM        1:15 PM TR          BSH         219
42954 NURS 2199 C5           ST:Sem for Health Professions     Waltz, L.       1        3:00 PM         4:15 PM R           NB          CR
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available   until after   first year student registration   begins this
summer.

41250    CHEM     1320 01        Biological Chemistry II          STAFF         3       10:30 AM 11:45 AM          MW       BSH         129
                                 Prerequisite: CHEM 1310
41252    CHEM     1320L   L1     Biological Chemistry II Lab      STAFF         0        1:30 PM 4:15 PM           T        AT&T        434
41253    CHEM     1320L   L2     Biological Chemistry II Lab      STAFF         0        9:00 AM 11:45 AM          F        AT&T        434
40635    CHEM     2111    L1     Organic Chemistry I Lab          Gonzalez, E.  1        1:30 PM 4:15 PM           M        AT&T        511
40636    CHEM     2111    L2     Organic Chemistry I Lab          Gonzalez, E.  1        1:30 PM 4:15 PM           T        AT&T        511
40637    CHEM     2111    L3     Organic Chemistry I Lab          STAFF         1        1:30 PM 4:15 PM           W        AT&T        511
40887    CHEM     2111    L4     Organic Chemistry I Lab          STAFF         1        1:30 PM 4:15 PM           R        AT&T        511
41693    CHEM     2111    L5     Organic Chemistry I Lab          STAFF         1        6:00 PM 8:45 PM           W        AT&T        511
42822    CHEM     2111    L6     Organic Chemistry I Lab          STAFF         1        6:00 PM 8:45 PM           R        AT&T        511
42824    CHEM     2112    L1     Organic Chemistry II Lab         Kong, S.      1        1:30 PM 4:15 PM           T        AT&T        531
41254    CHEM     2112    L2     Organic Chemistry II Lab         STAFF         1        1:30 PM 4:15 PM           W        AT&T        531
41694    CHEM     2112    L3     Organic Chemistry II Lab         Kong, S.      1        1:30 PM 4:15 PM           R        AT&T        531
42826    CHEM     2112    L4     Organic Chemistry II Lab         STAFF         1        6:00 PM 8:45 PM           W        AT&T        531
40639    CHEM     2311    01     Organic Chemistry I              Gonzalez, E.  3        7:30 AM 8:45 AM           MW       AT&T        121
                                 Prerequisite: CHEM 1302
40882    CHEM     2311 02        Organic Chemistry I              Gonzalez, E.  3       10:30 AM 11:45 AM          MW       AT&T        121
                                 Prerequisite: CHEM 1302
41695    CHEM     2311 03        Organic Chemistry I              Kong, S.      3       7:30 AM         8:45 AM    TR       BSH         122
                                 Prerequisite: CHEM 1302
41696    CHEM     2311 04        Organic Chemistry I              Kong, S.      3       9:00 AM        10:15 AM    TR       BSH         122
                                 Prerequisite: CHEM 1302
40640    CHEM     2312 01        Organic Chemistry II             Davis, J.     3       7:30 AM         8:45 AM    MW       BSH         122
41255    CHEM     2312 02        Organic Chemistry II             Davis, J.     3       9:00 AM        10:15 AM    MW       BSH         122
41257    CHEM     3421 01        Quantitative Analysis            Chaudhuri, A. 4       9:00 AM        10:15 AM    TR       BSH         120
                                 Prerequisites: CHEM 1101, 1102, 1301,and CHEM 1302
41258    CHEM     3421L L1       Quantitative Analysis Lab        Chaudhuri, A. 0       1:30 PM   4:15 PM          T        AT&T        534
42828    CHEM     3421L L2       Quantitative Analysis Lab        Chaudhuri, A. 0       1:30 PM   4:15 PM          M        AT&T        534
43014    CHEM     3441 01        Inorganic Chemistry              McBurnett, B. 4       10:30 AM 12:45 PM          MW       AT&T        434
                                 Prerequisites: CHEM 2311 and 2312
42835    CHEM     4151 L1        Biochemistry Laboratory          Coleman, D.   1       1:30 PM         4:15 PM    R        AT&T        534
                                 Cross Listed with BIOL 4151.01
40642    CHEM     4260 01        Chemistry Research               STAFF         2       1:30 PM         2:30 PM    F        AT&T        444
                                 Prerequisites: CHEM 1101 and CHEM 1302
41093    CHEM     4351 01        Biochemistry I                   Gonzalez, E.  3       10:30 AM 11:45 AM          TR       BSH         123
                                 Cross Listed with BIOL 4351.01
                                 Prerequisite: CHEM 2311
40643    CHEM     4351 02        Biochemistry I                   Coleman, D.   3       10:30 AM 11:45 AM          MW       BSH         336
                                 Cross Listed with BIOL 4351.02
                                 Prerequisite: CHEM 2311
42817    CHEM     4431 01        Physical Chemistry and Lab       Stankus, J.   4       9:00 AM        10:15 AM    MW       BSH         336
42830    CHEM     4431L L1       Physical Chemistry I Lab         Stankus, J.   0       1:30 PM         4:15 PM    W        AT&T        534




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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor    Hrs   Begin       End        Days     Bldg     Room

Computer Information Systems
40543 CIS       2325 01      Personal Productivity Applicat    Wood, W.           3       1:30 PM    2:45 PM   MW       JB       232
                             Cross Listed with BINF 2325.01
                             Prerequisite: COMP 1301
40544 CIS       2325 02      Personal Productivity Applicat    Young, D.          3       9:00 AM 10:15 AM     TR       JB       232
                             Cross Listed with BINF 2325.02
                             Prerequisite: COMP 1301
41229 CIS       2325 03      Personal Productivity Applicat    STAFF              3     12:00 PM     1:15 PM   TR       JB       232
                             Cross Listed with BINF 2325.03
                             Prerequisite: COMP 1301
41669 CIS       2325 04      Personal Productivity Applicat    Young, D.          3       1:30 PM    2:45 PM   TR       JB       232
                             Cross Listed with BINF 2325.04
                             Prerequisite: COMP 1301
40545 CIS       2328 01      Hardware and Systems Software     Youngblood, P.     3       1:30 PM    2:45 PM   MW       JB       104
                             Cross Listed with BINF 2328.01
                             Prerequisite: COMP 1301
40898 CIS       2330 01      Programming Languages I           Fayfich, P.        3       1:30 PM    2:45 PM   TR       AD       62
                             Cross Listed with BINF 2330.01
                             Prerequisites: BINF 2325 or CIS 2325
40546 CIS       2340 01      Windows Operating Systems         Youngblood, P.     3       3:00 PM    4:15 PM   TR       AD       62
                             Prerequisite: COMP 1301
40547 CIS       3319 01      Internship in Comp Inform Syst    Youngblood, P.     3     ARR         ARR        ARR      ARR      ARR
                             Instructor's Signature Required
40548 CIS       3340 01      Windows Client-Server Network     Youngblood, P.     3       3:00 PM    4:15 PM   MW       JB       104
                             Prerequisite: CIS 2340
41885 CIS       3362 01      Systems Analysis and Design       Young, D.          3       9:00 AM 10:15 AM     MW       GB       117
                             Cross Listed with BINF 3362.01
41230 CIS       4310 01      Management Technology             Ayoub, R.          3       6:00 PM    7:15 PM   TR       AD       62
                             Prerequisite: BINF 2321
42777 CIS       4399 01      ST:UIW Sec Life Campus:Java/LS Zitt, H.              3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM      MW       JB       236

Communication Arts
40563 COMM 1301 01               Intro to Mass Communication        Mercer, M.    3       6:00 PM    7:15 PM   TR       JB       126

40564 COMM 1301 C18 Intro to Mass Communication                Greenberg, V. 3         1:30 PM 2:45 PM MW               JB        126
41726 PHIL      1381 C18 Introduction to Philosophy            Lewis, P.       3       12:00 PM 1:15 PM TR              AD        348
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

40946    COMM     1305 01        Computer Lit for Comm Arts     Villarreal, S..   3       4:30 PM 5:45 PM      MW       AD       280
41004    COMM     1305 02        Computer Lit for Comm Arts     Schomburg, J.     3       6:00 PM 8:45 PM      T        AD       280
40565    COMM     2310 01        Theories of Communication      Liu, H.           3       6:00 PM 8:45 PM      M        AD       354
                                 Prerequisite: COMM 1301
40566    COMM     2315 01        Writing for the Media          Fitzgerald, D.    3       3:00 PM 4:15 PM      MW       AD       295
                                 Prerequisites: COMM 1301 and ENGL 1311
40567    COMM     2320 01        Audio Production I             McDonnell, H.     3     12:00 PM 1:15 PM       TR       AD       295
                                 Prerequisite: COMM 1301
40568    COMM     2354 01        Journalism I                   Mercer, M.        3       9:00 AM 9:50 AM      MWF      AD       295
                                 Prerequisite: COMM 1301
40570    COMM     2357 02        Photography I                  Ewers, D.         3     10:30 AM     1:00 PM   TR       FA       104
                                 Cross Listed with ARTS 2357.02
                                 Lab Activities in FA B04




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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor     Hrs   Begin      End        Days     Bldg     Room

40571    COMM     2358 01        Video Production I               McDonnell, H.    3      6:00 PM    8:45 PM   W        AD       295
                                 Prerequisite: COMM 1301
40899    COMM     3320 01        Aesthetics of Vision and Sound   Fitzgerald, D.   3     12:00 PM    1:15 PM   MW       AD       295
                                 Prerequisite: COMM 1301
40572    COMM     3355 01        Publications Practicum           Mercer, M.       3      1:00 PM    4:00 PM   F        AD       265
                                 Prerequisite: COMM 1301
41065    COMM     3358 01        Digital Photography              Ewers, D.        3      4:30 PM    5:45 PM   TR       AD       295
                                 Cross Listed with ARTS 3358.01
                                 Lab Activities AD 280
40947    COMM     3390 01        Radio Practicum                  McDonnell, H.    3      4:30 PM   5:45 PM    TR       AD       265
42763    COMM     4310 01        Communication Research           STAFF            3      6:00 PM   8:45 PM    W        AD       230
40574    COMM     4315 01        Media Ethics                     Fitzgerald, D.   3      1:30 PM   2:45 PM    MW       AD       295
                                 Prerequisite: COMM 1301
42761    COMM     4320 01        Issues/Trends Bicultural Comm    STAFF            3      6:00 PM   8:45 PM    R        AD       295
42757    COMM     4322 01        Seminar in Film:Asian Cinema     Fitzgerald, D.   3      6:00 PM   8:45 PM    M        AD       295
40575    COMM     4328 01        Internship                       Greenberg, V.    3      3:00 PM   4:15 PM    TR       AD       295
                                 Prerequisite: COMM 1301, 2310, and 2315
40576    COMM     4332 01        Law and The Media                Fogle, S.        3      6:00 PM   8:45 PM    M        NB       AELH
                                 Prerequisite: COMM 1301, 2310, and 2315
42759    COMM     4340 01        Design/Layout/Print Production   Villarreal, S.   3      6:00 PM 8:45 PM      W        AD       280
41673    COMM     4348 01        Journalism History               Mercer, M.       3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM     TR       AD       295
                                 Prerequisite: COMM 1301
42766    COMM     4390 01        Senior Portfolio                 McDonnell, H.    3      9:00 AM 9:50 AM      MWF      AD       280
40579    COMM     4628 01        Internship                       Greenberg, V.    6      3:00 PM 4:15 PM      TR       AD       295
                                 Prerequisite: COMM 1301, 2310, and 2315

Computer Literacy
40448 COMP 1301           03     Computer Lit/Business Appl         Porter, T.     3      7:30 AM 8:45 AM      TR       JB       232
40449 COMP 1301           04     Computer Lit/Business Appl         Rosales, J.    3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM      TR       JB       232
40450 COMP 1301           05     Computer Lit/Business Appl         Rosales, J.    3      4:30 PM 5:45 PM      TR       JB       232
40861 COMP 1301           06     Computer Lit/Business Appl         STAFF          3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM      MW       JB       232
40862 COMP 1301           07     Computer Lit/Business Appl         STAFF          3      4:30 PM 5:45 PM      MW       JB       232
40863 COMP 1301           08     Computer Lit/Business Appl         Kanter, J.     3      6:00 PM 8:45 PM      W        JB       232
41361 COMP 1301           09     Computer Lit/Business Appl         Kanter, J.     3      6:00 PM 8:45 PM      M        JB       232
41362 COMP 1301           10     Computer Lit/Business Appl         STAFF          3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM     TR       JB       232
41426 COMP 1301           11     Computer Lit/Business Appl         STAFF          3     12:00 PM 1:15 PM      MW       JB       232
41431 COMP 1301           12     Computer Lit/Business Appl         STAFF          3      6:00 PM 8:45 PM      T        JB       232
41563 COMP 1301           13     Computer Lit/Business Appl         STAFF          3      9:00 AM 12:00 PM     F        JB       232
42588 COMP 1301           18     Computer Lit/Business Appl         Scobey, B.     3      9:00 AM 12:00 PM     S        JB       232
42589 COMP 1301           19     Computer Lit/Business Appl         STAFF          3      7:30 AM 8:45 AM      MW       JB       232

40447 COMP 1301 C4           Computer Lit/Business Appl        Kveton, A.      3       9:00 AM 10:15 AM MW              JB        232
40398 ACCT 2311 C4           Principles of Accounting I        Tiggeman, T. 3         10:30 AM 11:45 AM TR              GB        209
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

40710 COMP 1301 C2           Computer Lit/Business Appl        Kveton, A.      3      10:30 AM 11:45 AM MW              JB        232
42953 NURS 2199 C2           ST:Sem in Health Professions      Arbour, J.      1      12:00 PM 1:15 PM M                NB        218
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.




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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor      Hrs   Begin       End        Days   Bldg   Room

Cultural Studies
41894 CLST       2315 01         Introd to Cultural Studies         Miller, J.      3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM      MW     AD     348
41129 CLST       2320 01         Cultural Studies Methods           Lewis, P.       3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM       TR     AD     365
                                 Cross Listed with PHIL 4399.01
40059    CLST     3110 01        Cultural Stds Colloquium I         Lewis, P.       1      1:00 PM     4:00 PM   F      AD     246
40060    CLST     3115 01        Cultural Stds Colloquium II        Lewis, P.       1      1:00 PM     4:00 PM   F      AD     246
42633    CLST     3120 01        Cultural Stds Colloquium III       Lewis, P.       1      1:00 PM     4:00 PM   F      AD     246
                                 Instructor's Signature Required

Dance
40061    DANC     1180 01        Beginning Country Western Danc     Zellers, M.     1     10:30 AM 11:45 AM      MW     FA     AUD
                                 Cross Listed with PEHP 1146.01
40062    DANC     1183 01        Basic Rhythms                      Trevino, S.     1     10:30 AM 11:45 AM      MW     HIT    BS
                                 Cross Listed with PEHP 1116.01
40063    DANC     1301 01        Ballet I (Level 1)                 Trevino, S.     3     12:00 PM     1:15 PM   MW     HIT    BS
                                 Cross Listed with PEHP 1115.01
40064    DANC     1301 02        Ballet I (Level 1)                 Trevino, S.     3     12:00 PM     1:15 PM   TR     HIT    BS
                                 Cross Listed with PEHP 1115.02
40065    DANC     1302 01        Ballet I (Level 2)                 Trevino, S.     3      1:30 PM     2:45 PM   TR     HIT    BS
                                 Prerequisite: DANC 1301
40066    DANC     1305 01        Begin Social Dance (Level 1)       Zellers, M.     3      1:30 PM     2:45 PM   MW     FA     AUD
                                 Cross Listed with PEHP 1145.01
40810    DANC     1305 02        Begin Social Dance (Level 1)       Zellers, M.     3      6:00 PM     7:15 PM   TR     FA     AUD
                                 Cross Listed with PEHP 1145.02

Dimensions of Wellness
40067 DWHP 1200           01     Dimensions of Wellness             STAFF           2       7:30 AM    8:45 AM   MW     WC     2
40491 DWHP 1200           02     Dimensions of Wellness             O’Donnell, C.   2       9:00 AM   10:15 AM   MW     WC     2
40068 DWHP 1200           03     Dimensions of Wellness             Rosenthal, R.   2     10:30 AM    11:45 AM   MW     WC     2
42087 DWHP 1200           04     Dimensions of Wellness             Cook, L.        2     12:00 PM     1:15 PM   MW     WC     2
40493 DWHP 1200           05     Dimensions of Wellness             Cook, L.        2       3:00 PM    4:15 PM   MW     WC     2
40494 DWHP 1200           06     Dimensions of Wellness             Ellwanger, J.   2       4:30 PM    5:45 PM   MW     WC     2
40763 DWHP 1200           07     Dimensions of Wellness             Powell, B.      2       7:30 AM    8:45 AM   TR     WC     2
41107 DWHP 1200           08     Dimensions of Wellness             STAFF           2       1:30 PM    2:45 PM   TR     WC     2
40495 DWHP 1200           09     Dimensions of Wellness             STAFF           2       3:00 PM    4:15 PM   TR     WC     2
40496 DWHP 1200           10     Dimensions of Wellness             Ellwanger, J.   2       4:30 PM    5:45 PM   TR     WC     2
40492 DWHP 1200           11     Dimensions of Wellness             Henrich, T.     2      1:30 PM     2:45 PM   MW     WC     2
42088 DWHP 1200           12     Dimensions of Wellness             O’Donnell, C.   2       9:00 AM   10:15 AM   TR     WC     2
42089 DWHP 1200           13     Dimensions of Wellness             STAFF           2     12:00 PM     1:15 PM   TR     WC     2
42090 DWHP 1200           14     Dimensions of Wellness             Ellwanger, J.   2       6:00 PM    7:15 PM   TR     WC     1
41421 DWHP 1200           ATH    Dimensions of Wellness             Powell, B.      2     10:30 AM    11:45 AM   TR     NB     217
                                 UIW Athletes Only
                                 Instructor's Signature Required

40497    DWHP     3200    01     Dimensions of Wellness Bridge      Davis, P.       2     6:00 PM     8:30 PM    M      WC     2
40498    DWHP     3200    02     Dimensions of Wellness Bridge      Swofford, M.    2     6:00 PM      8:30 PM   T      WC     2
40499    DWHP     3200    03     Dimensions of Wellness Bridge      Cabeldue, M.    2     6:00 PM      8:30 PM   W      WC     2
40500    DWHP     3200    04     Dimensions of Wellness Bridge      Tingwald, C.    2     6:00 PM      8:30 PM   R      WC     2
40501    DWHP     3200    05     Dimensions of Wellness Bridge      Rosenthal, R.   2     9:00 AM     11:30 AM   F      WC     2
41578    DWHP     3200    06     Dimensions of Wellness Bridge      Martinsen, J.   2     1:00 PM      3:30 PM   F      WC     2




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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor     Hrs   Begin       End        Days    Bldg     Room

Education
40029 EDUC        1399    01     ST: Acculturation in the US        Gray, R        3       4:00 PM   6:00 PM    W       ICC
41463 EDUC        1399    02     ST: Acculturation in the US        Gray, R        3       4:00 PM   6:00 PM    W       ICC
40012 EDUC        2301    01     American Sign Lang&Deaf Cult I     Delgado, A.    3     12:00 PM    1:15 PM    MW      NB       216
40013 EDUC        2301    02     American Sign Lang&Deaf Cult I     Delgado, A.    3       1:30 PM   2:45 PM    MW      NB       216
41422 EDUC        2305    02     Foundations of Education           Martinez, E.   3      1:30 PM    2:45 PM    MW      GB       212
                                 Education Minors Only

40014    EDUC     2305 C3    Foundations of Education          Campos, D.      3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM MW                GB        116
41130    ENGL     1311 C3    Composition I                     Lonchar, P.     3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM MW                AD        242
                             Prerequisite: Meet the UIW Academic Literacy requirements
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

40867    EDUC     2361 01        Families/Schools/Communities       STAFF          3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM      TR      GB       119
40016    EDUC     3316 01        Foundations of Lang & Literacy     STAFF          3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM       TR      GB       118
40017    EDUC     3317 01        Language & Literacy Assessment Hall, S.           3      7:30 AM 10:15 AM      MW      GB       118
                                 Prerequisite: EDUC 3316
40019    EDUC     3340 01        Technology in Education            STAFF          3      12:15 PM 4:00 PM      S       JB       236
                                 EC-4 IDS Students Only
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
43013    EDUC     3340 03        Technology in Education            STAFF          3      12:15 PM 4:00 PM      S       JB       236
                                 Secondary/all-Level Certification Students Only
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
40020    EDUC     3350 01        Emergent Literacy                  Moore, M.      3      7:30 AM 10:15 AM      TR      GB       119
                                 Prerequisite: EDUC 3316
41623    EDUC     3351 01        Rdg,Wrtg,Study Sk in Cont Area     Hall, S.       3      1:30 PM     2:45 PM   TR      GB       119
                                 Prerequisite: EDUC 3316
40022    EDUC     3373 01        Learning Theories                  STAFF          3      9:45 AM 11:45 AM      MW      GB       119
                                 IDS Majors Only
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
41624    EDUC     3373 02        Learning Theories                  Hall, S.       3      3:00 PM     4:15 PM   TR      GB       119
                                 Education Minors Only
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
40023    EDUC     3375 01        Teaching the Young Child I         Campos, D.     3      7:30 AM    9:30 AM    MW      GB       119
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
41838    EDUC     3379 01        Instruction and Assessment         Martinez, E.   3      3:00 PM     5:00 PM   MW      GB       119
                                 Prerequisite: EDUC 3375
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
40024    EDUC     3380 01        Pedagogy Sec/Middle School         Risku, M.      3      3:00 PM     4:15 PM   MW      GB       118
                                 Class Taught with EDUC 6325.01
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
40025    EDUC     4305 01        Stu Apprent/Intern Seminar         Wernli, C.     3      4:30 PM     7:00 PM   M       NB       216
                                 Class Taught with EDUC 63CS.03
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
40026    EDUC     4345 01        Creative Play/Play Environment     Moore, M.      3     12:45 PM     2:45 PM   MW      GB       119
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
40027    EDUC     4605 01        Student Apprent/Internship         Wernli, C.     6     ARR         ARR        ARR     ARR      ARR
                                 Instructor's Signature Required

English
42634 ENGL        0312 01        Composition Bridge               STAFF           3       7:30 AM     8:45 AM   MW      AD       212
                                 Lab meets in AD 212, Fridays, 9am-10am, International Students
41844    ENGL     0312 02        Composition Bridge               Bushar, M.      3      12:00 PM     1:15 PM   MW      AD       212


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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor    Hrs   Begin       End         Days      Bldg        Room

41845    ENGL     0312 03        Composition Bridge                 Bushar, M.    3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM       MW        AD          212

41843    ENGL     0312 C1    Composition Bridge                  Bushar, M.    3       9:00 AM 10:15 AM MW              AD        212
                             University Seminar meets with Dr. Rhonda Rapp             9:00 AM 10:15 AM F               AD        215
                             Learning Community w/Student Success
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

41850    ENGL     0312    05     Composition Bridge                 Pierce, J.    3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM       TR        AD          212
41848    ENGL     0312    06     Composition Bridge                 Pierce, J.    3      7:30 AM 8:45 AM        TR        AD          212
41853    ENGL     0312    11     Composition Bridge                 Austin, K.    3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM        TR        AD          212
41854    ENGL     0312    12     Composition Bridge                 Austin, K.    3      4:30 PM 5:45 PM        TR        AD          212
42179    ENGL     0312    15     Composition Bridge                 STAFF         3      6:00 PM 7:15 PM        MW        AD          212

41847 ENGL 0312 C6           Composition Bridge                Baynton, S.     3      12:00 PM 1:15 PM MW               BSH       122
40263 POLS 1391 C6           Human Rights                      Dittloff, S.    3       9:00 AM 10:15 AM MW              AD        348
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

41846 ENGL 0312 C7           Composition Bridge                Baynton, S.     3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM MW                AD        212
41425 SPAN 1311 C7           Elementary Spanish I              Tallon, M.      3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM TR                AD        215
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

41851 ENGL 0312 C17 Composition Bridge                         Baynton, S.     3        12:00 PM 1:15 PM TR               AD          212
42183 ENGL 1311 C17 Composition I                              Baynton, S.     3         1:30 PM 2:45 PM TR               AD          212
42662 RELS 1345 C17 Biblical Themes                            Ambrose, A.     3         7:30 AM 8:45 AM TR               AD          246
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available   until after first year student registration   begins this
summer.

ENGL 1311 – Composition I Prerequisite: Meet the UIW Academic Literacy requirements
40069 ENGL 1311 01            Composition I                    Ramirez, M.     3         7:30 AM     8:45 AM    MW        AD          348
40076 ENGL 1311 02            Composition I                    LeCoeur, J.     3         3:00 PM     4:15 PM    MW        AD          271
40077 ENGL 1311 03            Composition I                    Pryor, D.       3         9:00 AM    10:15 AM    TR        AD          348
40075 ENGL 1311 04            Composition I                    Swofford, M.    3         1:30 PM     2:45 PM    MW        AD          231
40074 ENGL 1311 05            Composition I                    Ovalle, I.      3         7:30 AM     8:45 AM    TR        AD          230
40769 ENGL 1311 06            Composition I                    Pryor, D.       3        10:30 AM    11:45 AM    MW        AD          242
40995 ENGL 1311 07            Composition I                    Paris, C.       3        12:00 PM     1:15 PM    MW        AD          375
40072 ENGL 1311 08            Composition I                    Pina, M         3         3:00 PM     4:15 PM    TR        AD          230
41317 ENGL 1311 09            Composition I                    Paris, C.       3        12:00 PM     1:15 PM    TR        AD          215
41318 ENGL 1311 10            Composition I                    Pina, M         3         4:30 PM     5:45 PM    TR        AD          271
40070 ENGL 1311 11            Composition I                    Pina, M         3         4:30 PM     5:45 PM    MW        AD          230
40071 ENGL 1311 16            Composition I                    Ramirez, M.     3         9:00 AM    10:15 AM    MW        AD          230
40073 ENGL 1311 17            Composition I                    STAFF           3         9:00 AM    10:15 AM    TR        AD          246
42181 ENGL 1311 18            Composition I                    STAFF           3        10:30 AM    11:45 AM    TR        AD          230
42182 ENGL 1311 19            Composition I                    Ramirez, M.     3        12:00 PM     1:15 PM    MW        AD          385
40765 ENGL 1311 21            Composition I                    STAFF           3         3:00 PM     4:15 PM    TR        AD          242
40800 ENGL 1311 22            Composition I                    Paris, C.       3         1:30 PM     2:45 PM    TR        AD          230
41018 ENGL 1311 26            Composition I                    STAFF           3        12:00 PM     1:15 PM    TR        AD          246




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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor    Hrs   Begin       End         Days      Bldg        Room

41130    ENGL     1311 C3    Composition I                     Lonchar, P.     3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM MW                AD        242
                             Prerequisite: Meet the UIW Academic Literacy requirements
40014 EDUC 2305 C3           Foundations of Education          Campos, D.      3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM MW                GB        116
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

40797 ENGL 1311 C14 Composition I                              Harding, L.     3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM MW               AD        354
40596 BIOL      1401 C14 Diversity of Life and Lab             McPherson, B. 4        9:00 AM 11:30 AM TR               AT&T      244
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

42183 ENGL 1311 C17 Composition I                              Baynton, S.     3         1:30 PM 2:45 PM TR               AD          212
41851 ENGL 0312 C17 Composition Bridge                         Baynton, S.     3        12:00 PM 1:15 PM TR               AD          212
42662 RELS 1345 C17 Biblical Themes                            Ambrose, A.     3         7:30 AM 8:45 AM TR               AD          246
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available   until after first year student registration   begins this
summer.

ENGL 1312 – Composition II – Prerequisite: ENGL 1311 must be completed with a minimum grade of C
40078 ENGL 1312 01             Composition II                  Ovalle, I.     3      7:30 AM 8:45 AM            MW        AD          245
40079 ENGL 1312 02             Composition II                  STAFF          3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM           TR        AD          375
40080 ENGL 1312 03             Composition II                  Clark, E.      3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM           MW        AD          271
40081 ENGL 1312 04             Composition II                  Ovalle, I.     3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM           MW        AT&T        121
40082 ENGL 1312 05             Composition II                  Perez, H.      3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM            TR        AD          348
40083 ENGL 1312 06             Composition II                  Austin, K.     3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM           TR        AD          354
40084 ENGL 1312 07             Composition II                  STAFF          3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM            TR        AD          246
41131 ENGL 1312 09             Composition II                  STAFF          3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM            TR        AD          271
41132 ENGL 1312 10             Composition II                  STAFF          3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM            MW        AD          246
41238 ENGL 1312 11             Composition II                  Clark, E.      3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM            MW        AD          245
41240 ENGL 1312 12             Composition II                  STAFF          3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM            TR        AD          245

ENGL 2310 – World Literature Studies – Prerequisites: ENGL 1311 and ENGL 1312 must be completed with a minimum grade of C
40085 ENGL 2310 01             World Literature Studies         Schubnell, M. 3       7:30 AM 8:45 AM TR          AD                  354
40086 ENGL 2310 02             World Literature Studies         Pryor, D.     3      12:00 PM 1:15 PM MW          AD                  271
40087 ENGL 2310 03             World Literature Studies         Schubnell, M. 3       9:00 AM 10:15 AM TR         GB                  117
40088 ENGL 2310 04             World Literature Studies         Perez, H.     3      10:30 AM 11:45 AM MW         AD                  354
40089 ENGL 2310 05             World Literature Studies         Swofford, M.  3       4:30 PM 5:45 PM MW          AD                  246
40090 ENGL 2310 06             World Literature Studies         Harding, L.   3      12:00 PM 1:15 PM MW          AD                  354
40091 ENGL 2310 07             World Literature Studies         LeCoeur, J.   3       1:30 PM 2:45 PM TR          AD                  246
40092 ENGL 2310 08             World Literature Studies         Clark, E.     3       1:30 PM 2:45 PM TR          GB                  117
40093 ENGL 2310 09             World Literature Studies         LeCoeur, J.   3       3:00 PM 4:15 PM TR          AD                  271

41236    ENGL     2310 C15       World Literature Studies        Clark, E.      3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM TR           AD                265
                                 Prerequisites: ENGL 1311 and ENGL 1312 must be completed with a minimum grade of C
40105    HIST     1311 C15       World History I                 Nath, L.       3     1:30 PM     2:45 PM TR        AD                265

40094    ENGL     2360 01        Literary Theory                   Perez, H.      3      3:00 PM     4:15 PM    MW        AD          354
                                 Prerequisites: ENGL 1311 and ENGL 1312
40095    ENGL     2365 01        Prof/Technical Communication      Perry, J.      3      1:30 PM     2:45 PM    TR        GB          212
                                 Prerequisites: ENGL 1311 and ENGL 1312
41824    ENGL     2365 02        Prof/Technical Communication      Perry, J.      3      3:00 PM     4:15 PM    TR        AD          215
                                 Prerequisites: ENGL 1311 and ENGL 1312
40096    ENGL     3310 01        English Literature Survey         Lonchar, P.    3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM       MW        AD          215
                                 Prerequisites: ENGL 1311, 1312, and 2310


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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor     Hrs    Begin      End         Days     Bldg   Room

40097    ENGL     3355 01        Introd to Rhetorical Theory       Harding, L.      3        3:00 PM 4:15 PM     MW       AD     231
                                 Prerequisites: ENGL 1311, 1312, and 2310
40098    ENGL     3375 01        Creative Write: Poetry            Paris, C.        3        3:00 PM 4:15 PM     TR       AD     354
                                 Prerequisites: ENGL 1311, 1312, and 2310
40028    ENGL     3385 01        Integrated Language Arts          Harding, L.      3      12:00 PM 1:15 PM      TR       GB     117
                                 Prerequisites: ENGL 1311, 1312, and 2310
42638    ENGL     4301 01        Senior Seminar                    LeCoeur, J.      3        4:30 PM 5:45 PM     MW       AD     271
                                 Prerequisites: ENGL 1311, 1312, 2310, 2360, and 12 additional hrs of ENG
                                 NOTE: This course will not be offered again until Fall 2009
42639    ENGL     4350 01        Lit Movements:Native Amer Lit     Schubnell, M. 3         12:00 PM 1:15 PM      TR       AD     354
                                 Prerequisites: ENGL 1311, 1312 and 2310
42640    ENGL     4399 01        ST:Advanced Grammar               Perez, H.        3      10:30 AM 11:45 AM     TR       AD     246
                                 Prerequisites: ENGL 1311, 1312, 2310 and 2382

Engineering
40646 ENGR        1201 01        Introduction to Engineering        Frye, M        2      10:00 AM 11:45 AM      F        BSH    321
                                 Prerequisite: MATH 1304
40645    ENGR     1310 01        Engineering Graphics (CAD 1)       Whittemore, A. 3       1:30 PM 2:45 PM       TR       BSH    216
40931    ENGR     3350 01        Statics and Dynamics               Whittemore, A. 3       9:00 AM 10:15 AM      TR       BSH    319
                                 Prerequisite: PHYS 2302
41337    ENGR     3455 01        Strength of Materials              STAFF          4       1:30 PM    4:15 PM    MW       BSH    321
                                 Prerequisite: ENGR 3350
42841    ENGR     4375 01        Thermodynamics                     STAFF          3       9:00 AM 10:15 AM      MW       BSH    321
42844    ENGR     4399 02        ST:Systems Engineering             Frye, M        3      10:30 AM 11:45 AM      MW       BSH    319
42847    ENGR     4490 01        Senior Project                     Whittemore, A. 4      ARR      ARR           ARR      ARR    ARR

Environmental Science
42984 ENSC 4305 01               Environmental Sci Internship       Thomann, W.    3      ARR        ARR         ARR      ARR    ARR
40654 ENSC 4460 01               Research in Water Quality          Thomann, W.    4      9:00 AM    11:45 AM    MW       BSH    118

Fashion Management
41674 FMGT 1111 01               Seminar in Fashion Management Perez, C.           1     10:30 AM 11:45 AM TR              JB    126
41896 FMGT 1322 01               Apparel Construction II           Lopez, T.       3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM W               JB    224
                                 Prerequisite: FMGT 1332 or FMGT 1432
41675    FMGT     1332    01     Apparel Construction I            Gabrysh, E.     3       7:50 AM 10:20 AM M              JB    224
41676    FMGT     1332    02     Apparel Construction I            Gabrysh, E.     3       7:50 AM 10:20 AM W              JB    224
41677    FMGT     1332    03     Apparel Construction I            Lopez, T.       3       7:50 AM 10:20 AM R              JB    224
41678    FMGT     1332    04     Apparel Construction I            Gabrysh, E.     3       7:50 AM 10:20 AM T              JB    224
41679    FMGT     1332    05     Apparel Construction I            Reininger, N. 3         9:00 AM 12:00 PM F              JB    224
40535    FMGT     2341    01     Textiles                          Alexander, T. 3         3:00 PM 4:15 PM TR              JB    126
40536    FMGT     3321    01     Fashion Illustration I            Alexander, T. 3         9:00 AM 12:00 PM F              JB    114
41750    FMGT     3322    01     Fashion Illustration II           Alexander, T. 3         1:00 PM 4:00 PM F               JB    114
                                 Prerequisite: FMGT 3321
40906    FMGT     3325 01        Costume History                   Adams, M.       3       9:00 AM 10:15 AM TR             JB    126
40538    FMGT     3331 01        Pattern Engineering I             Perez, C.       3       1:30 PM 2:45 PM MW              JB    205
                                 Prerequisites: FMGT 1122 or 1322 and FMGT 1332 or 1432
40905    FMGT     3332 01        Pattern Engineering II            Perez, C.       3       9:00 AM 10:15 AM TR             JB    205
                                 Prerequisites: FMGT 3331 and 1122 or FMGT 1322 and 1321 or 1432
43004    FMGT     4320 01        Pre-Seasonal Collections          Adams, M.       3       9:00 AM 11:45 AM W              JB    205
                                 Prerequisites: FMGT 1332 or 1432, 1122 or 1322, and 3320, 3321, 3322, 3328, 3331, 3332, 4325
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
42753    FMGT     4324 01        Fabric Design                     Adams, M.       3       9:00 AM 12:00 PM F              JB    205
40541    FMGT     4325 01        Draping                           Lopez, T.       3       1:30 PM 4:15 PM TR              JB    205
                                 Prerequisites: FMGT 1122 or 1322 and FMGT 1432 or 1332, and FMGT 3331



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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor     Hrs   Begin      End        Days     Bldg     Room

41880    FMGT     4328 01        Tailoring                         Gabrysh, E.    3        1:30 PM 4:15 PM     MW       JB       224
                                 Prerequisites: FMGT 1332 or 1432, and 1122 or 1322, 3320, 3331
41234    FMGT     4331 01        Fashion Show Production           Lopez, T.      3        3:00 PM 4:15 PM     MW       GB       109
40542    FMGT     4332 01        CADD for Fashion Design           Perez, C.      3        1:30 PM 2:45 PM     TR       JB       222
41235    FMGT     4399 01        ST: Computer Illustration         Alexander, T. 3       10:30 AM 11:45 AM     TR       JB       222
                                 Prerequisites: COMP 1301 and FMGT 3321

Fashion Merchandising
40529 FMER 2381           01     Fashion Merchandising           STAFF             3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM     MW       JB       126
40747 FMER 2381           02     Fashion Merchandising           STAFF             3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM     MW       JB       126
42751 FMER 3383           01     Mathematics for Retail Buying   Medina, L.        3      4:30 PM 5:45 PM      MW       JB       126
40530 FMER 4382           01     Professional Pract: Portfolio   Adams, M.         3      4:30 PM 5:45 PM      TR       JB       126
                                 Prerequisites: FMER 2381 and 2383 or 3321

Foreign Languages
41736 ARAB 1311           01     Elementary Arabic I                Alaydi, R.     3      1:30 PM    2:45 PM   MW       AD       375
40057 CHIN      1311      01     Elementary Chinese I               Gao, M.        3      6:00 PM    7:15 PM   TR       AD       348
40101 FREN 1311           01     Elementary French I                Bryant, J.     3      6:00 PM    7:15 PM   TR       AD       242
40102 GERM 1311           01     Elementary German I                Ogden, C.      3      6:00 PM    7:15 PM   TR       BSH      219
41737 HEBR 1311           01     Elementary Hebrew I                Walsh, R.      3      6:00 PM    7:15 PM   MW       AD       245
41857 IT        1311      01     Elementary Italian I               Zaldivar, M.   3     10:30 AM   11:45 AM   TR       AD       348
40115 JAPN      1311      01     Elementary Japanese I              Legris, C.     3      6:00 PM    7:15 PM   TR       AD       230
40271 PORT 1311           01     Elementary Portuguese I            Jorge, F.      3      6:00 PM    7:15 PM   TR       AD       245
40325 SPAN 1311           01     Elementary Spanish I               Palacios, G.   3      7:30 AM    8:45 AM   MW       AD       215
40326 SPAN 1311           02     Elementary Spanish I               Palacios, G.   3      9:00 AM   10:15 AM   MW       AD       231
40327 SPAN 1311           03     Elementary Spanish I               Palacios, G.   3     10:30 AM   11:45 AM   MW       AD       245
40328 SPAN 1311           04     Elementary Spanish I               Tallon, M.     3     12:00 PM    1:15 PM   MW       AD       245
40329 SPAN 1311           05     Elementary Spanish I               Barnett, T.    3      1:30 PM    2:45 PM   MW       AD       245
40330 SPAN 1311           06     Elementary Spanish I               Barnett, T.    3      3:00 PM    4:15 PM   MW       AD       215
40331 SPAN 1311           07     Elementary Spanish I               Martinez, L.   3      6:00 PM    7:15 PM   MW       AD       348
41209 SPAN 1311           08     Elementary Spanish I               Winkler, J.    3      9:00 AM   10:15 AM   TR       AD       245
41320 SPAN 1311           09     Elementary Spanish I               Said, S.       3     12:00 PM    1:15 PM   TR       AD       230
41614 SPAN 1311           10     Elementary Spanish I               Said, S.       3      3:00 PM    4:15 PM   TR       AD       375
42159 SPAN 1311           11     Elementary Spanish I               STAFF          3      4:30 PM    5:45 PM   TR       AD       245
42160 SPAN 1311           12     Elementary Spanish I               STAFF          3      6:00 PM    7:15 PM   TR       AD       231

41425 SPAN 1311 C7           Elementary Spanish I              Tallon, M.      3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM TR                AD        215
41846 ENGL 0312 C7           Composition Bridge                Baynton, S.     3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM MW                AD        212
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

SPAN 1312 – Elementary Spanish II – Prerequisite: SPAN 1311
40332 SPAN 1312 01           Elementary Spanish II                  Daily, F.      3      7:30 AM 8:45 AM      MW       AD       231
40333 SPAN 1312 02           Elementary Spanish II                  Daily, F.      3     12:00 PM 1:15 PM      MW       AT&T     121
40334 SPAN 1312 03           Elementary Spanish II                  Daily, F.      3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM     MW       AD       231
40335 SPAN 1312 04           Elementary Spanish II                  Tallon, M.     3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM      MW       HIT      202
40841 SPAN 1312 05           Elementary Spanish II                  Tallon, M.     3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM      MW       HIT      202
41269 SPAN 1312 06           Elementary Spanish II                  Santizo, M.    3      7:30 AM 8:45 AM      TR       AD       245
41270 SPAN 1312 07           Elementary Spanish II                  Santizo, M.    3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM     TR       AD       231
41615 SPAN 1312 08           Elementary Spanish II                  Santizo, M.    3     12:00 PM 1:15 PM      TR       AD       231
41616 SPAN 1312 09           Elementary Spanish II                  Moreno, J.     3      4:30 PM 5:45 PM      TR       AD       230
41617 SPAN 1312 10           Elementary Spanish II                  Moreno, J.     3      6:00 PM 7:15 PM      TR       AD       354




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CRN       Dept    Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor      Hrs   Begin      End        Days   Bldg   Room

40336     SPAN    2311 01        Interm Spanish: Oral Communic     Said, S.        3       9:00 AM 10:15 AM     TR     NB     217
                                 Prerequisites: SPAN 1311, 1312
42678     SPAN    3312 01        Culture & Civiliza/Latin Ameri    Winkler, J.     3      10:30 AM 11:45 AM     TR     HIT    202
                                 Prerequisites: SPAN 2311, 2312 or Permission of Instructor
42679     SPAN    3337 01        Applied Ling for Teaching         Tallon, M.      3      12:00 PM 1:15 PM      TR     GB     208
                                 Prerequisite: Recommended SPAN 2311, 2312, and 3321
42680     SPAN    3341 01        Spanish-Amer Lit to Modernism     Moreno, J.      3       3:00 PM 4:15 PM      TR     FA     B03
                                 Prerequisites: SPAN 2311, 2312 or Permission of Instructor

Geology
43006     GEOL    1121    L1     Physical Geography Lab             Peabody, C.     1      3:00 PM 5:15 PM      M      BSH    120
43007     GEOL    1121    L2     Physical Geography Lab             Peabody, C.     1      3:00 PM 5:15 PM      T      BSH    120
42861     GEOL    1321    01     Physical Geography                 Peabody, C.     3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM      MW     BSH    120
42862     GEOL    1321    02     Physical Geography                 Peabody, C.     3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM      TR     BSH    120
40707     GEOL    1420    01     Oceanography                       Garcia, A.      4     10:30 AM 11:45 AM     TR     BSH    120

History
40104 HIST        1311 01        World History I                    Nath, L.        3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM      MW     AD     365
40106 HIST        1311 02        World History I                    Boswell, J.     3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM     MW     NB     216

40105     HIST    1311 C15       World History I                 Nath, L.           3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    TR     AD     265
41236     ENGL    2310 C15       World Literature Studies        Clark, E.          3     3:00 PM    4:15 PM    TR     AD     265
                                 Prerequisites: ENGL 1311 and ENGL 1312

40109     HIST    1321    02     The United States to 1865          Hinojosa, G.    3      9:00 AM   10:15 AM   MW     GB     115
40110     HIST    1321    03     The United States to 1865          Hinojosa, G.    3     12:00 PM    1:15 PM   MW     AD     230
40112     HIST    1321    04     The United States to 1865          Boswell, J.     3      9:00 AM   10:15 AM   MW     AD     365
40731     HIST    1321    05     The United States to 1865          Sarles, J.      3      7:30 AM    8:45 AM   TR     GB     118
41135     HIST    1321    06     The United States to 1865          Sarles, J.      3      9:00 AM   10:15 AM   TR     GB     118
41137     HIST    1321    07     The United States to 1865          Ferrer, M.      3      4:30 PM    5:45 PM   MW     AD     265
41136     HIST    1321    09     The United States to 1865          Hicks, L.       3      4:30 PM    5:45 PM   TR     GB     118
40108     HIST    1321    10     The United States to 1865          Gower, P.       3      1:30 PM    2:45 PM   MW     AD     265
40704     HIST    2322    01     Texas History                      Gower, P.       3      9:00 AM   10:15 AM   TR     AD     265
42648     HIST    3326    01     Rise Modern America 1870-1920      Gower, P.       3      1:30 PM    2:45 PM   TR     AD     348
40816     HIST    4350    01     Top:World Hist:Eur/Imperialism     Vichcales, K.   3     10:30 AM   11:45 AM   TR     GB     118
41139     HIST    4350    02     Top:Asia:Colonization/Decoloni     Nath, L.        3      9:00 AM   10:15 AM   TR     AD     230
42649     HIST    4350    03     Top:History of Japan               Nath, L.        3     10:30 AM   11:45 AM   MW     AD     385
40713     HIST    4352    01     Top:Rise of Consumer Culture       Gower, P.       3      9:00 AM   10:15 AM   MW     AD     245
41749     HIST    4352    02     Top:Mexican Amer:Hist Culture      Hinojosa, G.    3      1:30 PM    2:45 PM   MW     AD     246
41576     HIST    4352    03     Top:History of San Antonio         Draves, T.      3      6:00 PM    7:15 PM   TR     AD     246

International Studies
43002 INST         3110 01       International Stds Colloquim       Creagan, J.     1     12:00 PM    1:15 PM   M      AD     231

Interior Design
40907 INTD        1355    01     Architectural Design I           Aldikacti, M.     3     6:00 PM     8:45 PM   R      JB     114
40525 INTD        1361    01     Architectural Drawing I          Lodek, J.         3     6:00 PM     8:45 PM   M      JB     114
41727 INTD        2300    01     Basic Interior Design            Broughton, J.     3     9:00 AM    10:15 AM   TR     JB     114
40908 INTD        2363    01     Arch Graphics I                  Lodek, J.         3     4:30 PM     7:15 PM   T      JB     114
40909 INTD        2375    01     Space Planning                   Henson, A.        3     1:30 PM     2:45 PM   MW     JB     114
                                 Prerequisites: INTD 1361 and INTD 1362
40527     INTD    3311 01        Business Interiors               Lodek, J.         3      4:30 PM 5:45 PM      MW     JB     114
40528     INTD    3350 01        Interior Materials               Broughton, J.     3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM      TR     JB     114
41340     INTD    3362 01        History of Arch & Furniture I    Broughton, J.     3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM     TR     JB     114


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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor      Hrs   Begin       End         Days      Bldg        Room

41706    INTD     3367 01        Interior Design I                 Broughton, J.    3      3:00 PM     4:15 PM    TR        JB          114
                                 Prerequisites: ARTS 2311 and INTD 1361
40910    INTD     3375 01        Interior Design III               Henson, A.       3      6:00 PM     8:45 PM    W         JB          114
                                 Prerequisite: INTD 3370
40969    INTD     3472 01        CADD for Interior Design          Villarreal, S.   4     10:30 AM 12:15 PM       MW        BSH         216
40526    INTD     4363 01        Environmental Controls            Lodek, J.        3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM        MW        JB          114
                                 Prerequisites: INTD 1361 and 1362

Leadership
40458 LEAD        1300 01        Emerging Leaders                   Williams, A.    3     1:00 PM     3:00 PM     F         NB          AELH

Mathematics
41729 MATH        0318    01     Intro Alg/Geom/Prob & Stats        STAFF           3      9:00 AM    10:15 AM    MW        BSH         219
41730 MATH        0318    02     Intro Alg/Geom/Prob & Stats        STAFF           3     12:00 PM     1:15 PM    MW        BSH         219
41732 MATH        0318    03     Intro Alg/Geom/Prob & Stats        STAFF           3      3:00 PM     4:15 PM    MW        BSH         224
41734 MATH        0318    04     Intro Alg/Geom/Prob & Stats        Newborn, P.     3      1:30 PM     2:45 PM    MW        BSH         219
41735 MATH        0318    05     Intro Alg/Geom/Prob & Stats        Kanko, A.       3      1:30 PM     2:45 PM    TR        BSH         219
41738 MATH        0318    06     Intro Alg/Geom/Prob & Stats        Kanko, A.       3      9:00 AM    10:15 AM    TR        BSH         219
42166 MATH        0318    07     Intro Alg/Geom/Prob & Stats        Kanko, A.       3      4:30 PM     5:45 PM    TR        BSH         219
42178 MATH        0318    09     Intro Alg/Geom/Prob & Stats        Kanko, A.       3      3:00 PM     4:15 PM    TR        BSH         219
42192 MATH        0318    10     Intro Alg/Geom/Prob & Stats        Newborn, P.     3      9:00 AM    10:15 AM    TR        BSH         223
42193 MATH        0318    11     Intro Alg/Geom/Prob & Stats        STAFF           3     12:00 PM     1:15 PM    MW        BSH         224
41833 MATH        0318    12     Intro Alg/Geom/Prob & Stats        STAFF           3      9:00 AM    10:15 AM    MW        BSH         223
42203 MATH        0318    13     Intro Alg/Geom/Prob & Stats        Newborn, P.     3     10:30 AM    11:45 AM    MW        BSH         224
42209 MATH        0318    14     Intro Alg/Geom/Prob & Stats        STAFF           3     12:00 PM     1:15 PM    MW        BSH         220
42871 MATH        0318    15     Intro Alg/Geom/Prob & Stats        STAFF           3      3:00 PM     4:15 PM    TR        BSH         223
42872 MATH        0318    16     Intro Alg/Geom/Prob & Stats        Newborn, P.     3     10:30 AM    11:45 AM    TR        BSH         219

42167 MATH 0318 C5           Intro Alg/Geom/Prob & Stats       Rakowitz, A.    3          12:00 PM 1:15 PM TR               BSH         219
41005 CHEM 1310 C5           Biological Chemistry I            Davis, J.       3           9:00 AM 10:15 AM TR              BSH         224
42954 NURS 2199 C5           ST:Sem for Health Professions     Waltz, L.       1           3:00 PM 4:15 PM R                NB          CR
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available     until after first year student registration   begins this
summer.

41739    MATH     0319 01        Introductory Algebra               Rakowitz, A.    3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM       TR        BSH         224
41741    MATH     0319 03        Introductory Algebra               STAFF           3     12:00 PM 1:15 PM        MW        BSH         223
42873    MATH     0319 04        Introductory Algebra               STAFF           3      4:30 PM 5:45 PM        MW        BSH         219

MATH 1403 – College Algebra Prerequisite: Meet the UIW Academic Literacy requirements
40674 MATH 1304 01            College Algebra                  Garcia-Wukovits, F. 3   9:00 AM        10:15 AM    MW        BSH         221
40675 MATH 1304 02            College Algebra                  Schurter, W.        3  10:30 AM        11:45 AM    MW        BSH         223
40676 MATH 1304 03            College Algebra                  Purifoy, J.         3  12:00 PM         1:15 PM    MW        BSH         221
40677 MATH 1304 04            College Algebra                  Messina, P.         3   1:30 PM         2:45 PM    MW        BSH         221
40678 MATH 1304 05            College Algebra                  Purifoy, J.         3   3:00 PM         4:15 PM    MW        BSH         221
40679 MATH 1304 06            College Algebra                  STAFF               3   4:30 PM         5:45 PM    MW        BSH         221
40680 MATH 1304 07            College Algebra                  Daniel, A.          3   9:00 AM        10:15 AM    TR        BSH         221
40681 MATH 1304 08            College Algebra                  Daniel, A.          3  10:30 AM        11:45 AM    TR        BSH         221
40918 MATH 1304 09            College Algebra                  STAFF               3  12:00 PM         1:15 PM    TR        BSH         221
40682 MATH 1304 10            College Algebra                  Kreston-Schlitt, E. 3   1:30 PM         2:45 PM    TR        BSH         221
40684 MATH 1304 12            College Algebra                  Schurter, W.        3   3:00 PM         4:15 PM    TR        BSH         221
40888 MATH 1304 13            College Algebra                  Kreston-Schlitt, E. 3  10:30 AM        11:45 AM    MW        BSH         221

40919    MATH     1306 01        College Geometry                   Messina, P.     3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM       MW        BSH         224
41338    MATH     1306 02        College Geometry                   Messina, P.     3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM        TR        BSH         224


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CRN      Dept      Num Sec       Course Title                       Instructor            Hrs   Begin      End       Days   Bldg   Room

40685    MATH      1311 01       Precalculus                        Garcia-Wukovits, F.   3     12:00 PM   1:15 PM   TR     BSH    220
                                 Prerequisite: MATH 1304
40686    MATH      1311 02       Precalculus                        Garcia-Wukovits, F.   3      1:30 PM   2:45 PM   MW     BSH    220
                                 Prerequisite: MATH 1304
40687    MATH      1311 03       Precalculus                        Yang, Z               3      3:00 PM   4:15 PM   MW     BSH    220
                                 Prerequisite: MATH 1304
40726    MATH      1311 04       Precalculus                        Yang, Z               3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM    TR     BSH    220
                                 Prerequisite: MATH 1304
40986    MATH      1311 05       Precalculus                        Garcia-Wukovits, F.   3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM    TR     BSH    220
                                 Prerequisite: MATH 1304
42874    MATH      1311    06    Precalculus                        Garcia-Wukovits, F.   3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM    MW     BSH    220
40714    MATH      2303    01    Intro to Probability & Statis      Stankus, S.           3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM     MW     BSH    223
40715    MATH      2303    02    Intro to Probability & Statis      Stankus, S.           3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM    MW     BSH    220
41274    MATH      2303    03    Intro to Probability & Statis      Purifoy, J.           3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM     TR     BSH    220
41691    MATH      2303    04    Intro to Probability & Statis      Purifoy, J.           3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM     TR     BSH    220
42875    MATH      2303    05    Intro to Probability & Statis      Purifoy, J.           3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM     MW     BSH    219
40688    MATH      2312    01    Calculus I                         Zhou, H               3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM     MW     BSH    223
                                 Prerequisite: MATH 1311
40689    MATH      2312 02       Calculus I                         Schurter, W.          3      1:30 PM   2:45 PM   TR     BSH    223
                                 Prerequisite: MATH 1311
40889    MATH      2312 03       Calculus I                         Zhou, H               3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM    TR     BSH    223
                                 Prerequisite: MATH 1311
42876    MATH      2312 04       Calculus I                         Schurter, W.          3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM    MW     BSH    219
40690    MATH      2313 01       Calculus II                        Yang, Z               3     12:00 PM 1:15 PM     TR     BSH    223
                                 Prerequisite: MATH 2312
42879    MATH      2322    01    Linear Algebra                     Daniel, A.            3     12:00 PM   1:15 PM   TR     BSH    224
40890    MATH      2374    01    Math for Elementary Teachers       Kreston-Schlitt, E.   3     3:00 PM    4:15 PM   TR     BSH    224
42877    MATH      2374    04    Math for Elementary Teachers       Kreston-Schlitt, E.   3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM   MW     BSH    224
40691    MATH      3314    01    Calculus III                       Zhou, H               3     12:00 PM   1:15 PM   TR     BSH    222
                                 Prerequisite: MATH 2313
42878    MATH      3320 02       Foundations of Higher Math         Zhou, H               3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM    MW     BSH    222
42880    MATH      3355 01       Intro To Numerical Analysis        Yang, Z               3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM     MW     BSH    222

Meteorology
43008 METR         1125    L1    Natural Hazards Lab                Thomann, W.           1      1:30 PM  4:00 PM    W      BSH    118
42866 METR         1325    01    Natural Hazards                    Thomann, W.           3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM    TR     BSH    118
42867 METR         3315    01    Synoptic Meteorology I             Garcia, A.            3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM    MW     BSH    120
42869 METR         3335    01    Severe Weather                     Garcia, A.            3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM    MW     BSH    120

Military Science
40513 MS           1101    01    Fund of Leader & Mgmt I-STMU       STMU                  1     11:10 AM 12:00 PM    T      STMY
40514 MS           1101    02    Fund of Leader & Mgmt I-STMU       STMU                  1      2:00 PM 2:50 PM     R      STMY
40515 MS           1101    03    Fund of Leader & Mgmt I-STMU       STMU                  1      1:10 PM 2:10 PM     T      NB     217
41634 MS           1101L   L1    Fund of Lead/Mgmt Lab-STMU         STMU                  0      2:00 PM 4:00 PM     W      STMY
41417 MS           1101L   L2    Fund of Lead/Mgmt Lab-STMU         STMU                  0      3:00 PM 5:00 PM     M      WC     1
40517 MS           2201    01    Appl Leadership & Mgmt I-STMU      STMU                  2     12:20 PM 1:10 PM     MW     STMY
40518 MS           2201    02    Appl Leadership & Mgmt I-STMU      STMU                  2     12:00 PM 12:50 PM    TR     NB     217
40519 MS           2201L   L1    Appl Leadership & Mgmt Lab-STM     STMU                  0      2:00 PM 4:00 PM     W      STMY
41291 MS           2201L   L2    Appl Leadership & Mgmt Lab-STM     STMU                  0      3:00 PM 5:00 PM     M      WC
40520 MS           3301    01    Advanced Leadership&Mgmt-STMU      STMU                  3     12:30 PM 1:50 PM     TR     STMY
41292 MS           3301    02    Advanced Leadership&Mgmt-STMU      STMU                  3     11:45 AM 1:00 PM     MF     NB     217
40521 MS           3301    L1    Advanced Leadership&Mgmt-STMU      STMU                  0      2:00 PM 4:00 PM     W      STMY
41635 MS           3301L   L1    Advanced Leadership Lab-STMU       STMU                  0      3:00 PM 5:00 PM     M      WC     1
41636 MS           3301L   L2    Advanced Leadership Lab-STMU       STMU                  0      2:00 PM 4:00 PM     W      STMY
40522 MS           4301    01    Seminar Leader & Mgmt I-STMU       STMU                  3      7:25 AM 8:15 AM     M      STMY


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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor      Hrs   Begin      End        Days     Bldg     Room

40522    MS       4301    01     Seminar Leader & Mgmt I-STMU       STMU            3      4:30 PM 5:20 PM      W        STMY
40523    MS       4301    02     Seminar Leader & Mgmt I-STMU       STMU            3     ARR      ARR          ARR      ARR      ARR
41638    MS       4301L   L1     Sem in Lead/Mgmt Lab-STMU          STMU            0      2:00 PM 4:00 PM      W        STMY
41637    MS       4301L   L2     Sem in Lead/Mgmt Lab-STMU          STMU            0      3:00 PM 5:00 PM      M        WC       1
42889    MS       5301    01     Ad Sem in Military Issues:STMU     STMU            3     ARR      ARR          ARR      ARR      ARR
42890    MS       5301L   L1     Ad Sem in Millitary Iss:STMU       STMU            0     3:00 PM 5:00 PM       M        WC       1

Music, Applied Instruments

NOTE: All students enrolled in private instruction must attend Studio/Seminar class on Thursdays from 1:30 p.m. to 2:45 p.m., as well as one
private lesson for one hour (clock time) each week. There is a private lesson fee of $170. Students taking any MUAP course must provide their
own instrument, with the exception of piano and organ.

There are two prerequisites for all MUAP courses: 1) instructor’s permission; 2) successful completion of the prior corresponding instrumental
section (or demonstrated ability, as determined by the instructor). Placement is determined by the instructor. For more information, please
contact the Music Dept. Chair at 829-3848.

Orchestral Instruments – Freshman Level                                             NOTE: Check the UIW catalog for prerequisite courses
41140 MUAP 1344 01             Priv Instr I: Classical Guitar       Harper, P.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42658 MUAP 1344 02             Priv Instr I: Classical Guitar       Gachupin, J.    3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
41142 MUAP 1345 01             Priv Instr II:Classical Guitar       Harper, P.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42660 MUAP 1345 02             Priv Instr II:Classical Guitar       Gachupin, J.    3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
41144 MUAP 1346 EG Priv Instr I: Electric Guitar                    Harper, P.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42661 MUAP 1347 EG Priv Instr II: Electric Guitar                   Harper, P.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42689 MUAP 1354 B1             Priv Instr I: Oboe/Eng Horn          STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42690 MUAP 1354 B2             Priv Instr I: Bassoon                STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42691 MUAP 1354 C1             Priv Instr I: Clarinet               Girko, S.       3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42692 MUAP 1354 DB             Priv Instr I: Double Bass            Lu, Y.          3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42693 MUAP 1354 EB             Priv Instr I: Electric Bass          Gachupin, J.    3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
40125 MUAP 1354 F1             Priv Instr I: Flute                  Gnecco, J.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42694 MUAP 1354 H1             Priv Instr I: Horn                   STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
40128 MUAP 1354 PR             Priv Instr I: Percussion             Godoy, J.       3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
40129 MUAP 1354 S1             Priv Instr I: Saxophone              Burris, L.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42695 MUAP 1354 T1             Priv Instr I: Trumpet                Palermo, M.     3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42696 MUAP 1354 TB             Priv Instr I: Tuba/Euphonium         STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42697 MUAP 1354 TR             Priv Instr I: Trombone               Hill, M.        3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42698 MUAP 1354 VC             Priv Instr I: Cello                  STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42699 MUAP 1354 VL             Priv Instr I: Viola                  Schoelzel, G.   3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
40135 MUAP 1354 VN             Priv Instr I: Violin                 Caporale, A.    3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
41818 MUAP 1355 B1             Priv Instr II: Oboe/Eng Horn         STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42700 MUAP 1355 B2             Priv Instr II: Bassoon               STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42701 MUAP 1355 C1             Priv Instr II: Clarinet              Girko, S.       3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42702 MUAP 1355 DB             Priv Instr II: Double Bass           Lu, Y.          3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42704 MUAP 1355 EB             Priv Instr II: Electric Bass         Gachupin, J.    3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42705 MUAP 1355 F1             Priv Instr II: Flute                 Gnecco, J.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42706 MUAP 1355 H1             Priv Instr II: Horn                  STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
41808 MUAP 1355 PR             Priv Instr II: Percussion            Godoy, J.       3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42707 MUAP 1355 S1             Priv Instr II: Saxophone             Burris, L.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42708 MUAP 1355 T1             Priv Instr II: Trumpet               Palermo, M.     3    8:00 AM 8:50 AM R               FA       PALS
42710 MUAP 1355 TB             Priv Instr II: Tuba/Euphonium        STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
41812 MUAP 1355 TR             Priv Instr II: Trombone              Hill, M.        3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42711 MUAP 1355 VC             Priv Instr II: Cello                 STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42712 MUAP 1355 VL             Priv Instr II: Viola                 Schoelzel, G.   3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42714 MUAP 1355 VN             Priv Instr II: Violin                Caporale, A.    3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS


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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor      Hrs   Begin      End        Days     Bldg    Room

40136    MUAP     1365    01     Priv Instr I: Organ                Ha, J.          3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42720    MUAP     1366    01     Priv Instr II: Organ               Ha, J.          3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
40137    MUAP     1376    01     Priv Instr I: Voice                Bussineau, D.   3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42723    MUAP     1376    02     Priv Instr I: Voice                STAFF           3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
40967    MUAP     1377    01     Priv Instr II: Voice               Bussineau, D.   3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42724    MUAP     1377    02     Priv Instr II: Voice               STAFF           3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
40139    MUAP     1387    P1     Priv Instr I: Piano                Gokelman, W.    3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
40140    MUAP     1387    P2     Priv Instr I: Piano                Pedroza, L.     3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
40141    MUAP     1387    P3     Priv Instr I: Piano                Rose, L.        3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
40789    MUAP     1387    P4     Priv Instr I: Piano                Chien, H.       3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
41816    MUAP     1387    P5     Priv Instr I: Piano                Hunter, A.      3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42730    MUAP     1388    P1     Priv Instr II: Piano               Gokelman, W.    3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
40963    MUAP     1388    P2     Priv Instr II: Piano               Pedroza, L.     3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
40964    MUAP     1388    P3     Priv Instr II: Piano               Rose, L.        3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
40965    MUAP     1388    P4     Priv Instr II: Piano               Chien, H.       3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42731    MUAP     1388    P5     Priv Instr II: Piano               Hunter, A.      3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS

Orchestral Instruments – Sophomore Level                                            NOTE: Check the UIW catalog for prerequisite courses
42732 MUAP 2344 01            Priv Inst III:Classical Guitar        Harper, P.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42733 MUAP 2344 02            Priv Inst III:Classical Guitar        Gachupin, J.    3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42734 MUAP 2345 01            Priv Instr IV:Classical Guitar        Harper, P.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42735 MUAP 2345 02            Priv Instr IV:Classical Guitar        Gachupin, J.    3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42736 MUAP 2354 B1            Priv Instr III:Oboe/Eng Horn          STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42737 MUAP 2354 B2            Priv Instr III: Bassoon               STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42738 MUAP 2354 C1            Priv Instr III: Clarinet              Girko, S.       3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42739 MUAP 2354 DB            Priv Instr III: Double Bass           Lu, Y.          3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42740 MUAP 2354 E1            Priv Instr III: Electric Comp         Waller, J.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42742 MUAP 2354 F1            Priv Instr III: Flute                 Gnecco, J.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42743 MUAP 2354 H1            Priv Instr III: Horn                  STAFF.          3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42744 MUAP 2354 PR            Priv Instr III: Percussion            Godoy, J.       3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42745 MUAP 2354 S1            Priv Instr III: Saxophone             Burris, L.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42746 MUAP 2354 T1            Priv Instr III: Trumpet               Palermo, M.     3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42747 MUAP 2354 TB            Priv Instr III: Tuba/Euphonium        STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42748 MUAP 2354 TR            Priv Instr III: Trombone              Hill, M.        3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42749 MUAP 2354 VC            Priv Instr III: Cello                 STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42750 MUAP 2354 VL            Priv Instr III: Viola                 Schoelzel, G.   3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM       R         FA       PALS
42752 MUAP 2354 VN            Priv Instr III: Violin                Caporale, A.    3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42754 MUAP 2355 B1            Priv Instr IV: Oboe/Eng Horn          STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42755 MUAP 2355 B2            Priv Instr IV: Bassoon                STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42756 MUAP 2355 C1            Priv Instr IV: Clarinet               Girko, S.       3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42758 MUAP 2355 DB            Priv Instr IV: Double Bass            Lu, Y.          3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42760 MUAP 2355 E1            Priv Instr IV: Electric Comp          Waller, J.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42762 MUAP 2355 EB            Priv Instr IV: Electric Bass          Gachupin, J.    3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42764 MUAP 2355 F1            Priv Instr IV: Flute                  Gnecco, J.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42765 MUAP 2355 H1            Priv Instr IV: Horn                   STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42767 MUAP 2355 PR            Priv Instr IV: Percussion             Godoy, J.       3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42768 MUAP 2355 S1            Priv Instr IV: Saxophone              Burris, L.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42769 MUAP 2355 T1            Priv Instr IV: Trumpet                Palermo, M.     3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42770 MUAP 2355 TB            Priv Instr IV: Tuba/ Euphonium        STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42771 MUAP 2355 TR            Priv Instr IV: Trombone               Hill, M.        3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42772 MUAP 2355 VC            Priv Instr IV: Cello                  STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42773 MUAP 2355 VL            Priv Instr IV: Viola                  Schoelzel, G.   3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42775 MUAP 2355 VN            Priv Instr IV: Violin                 Caporale, A.    3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42776 MUAP 2356 CO1 Priv Instr I: Mus Composition                   Metz, K.        3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42778 MUAP 2356 CO2 Priv Instr I: Mus Composition                   Syler, J.       3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS


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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor      Hrs   Begin      End        Days     Bldg    Room

42779    MUAP     2357    CO1    Priv Instr II: Mus Composition     Metz, K.        3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
41153    MUAP     2357    CO2    Priv Instr II:Mus Composition      Syler, J.       3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42781    MUAP     2365    01     Priv Instr III: Organ              Ha, J.          3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42782    MUAP     2366    01     Priv Instr IV: Organ               Ha, J.          3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
40163    MUAP     2376    01     Priv Instr III : Voice             Bussineau, D.   3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42783    MUAP     2376    02     Priv Instr III: Voice              STAFF           3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42784    MUAP     2377    01     Priv Instr IV: Voice               Bussineau, D.   3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42786    MUAP     2377    02     Priv Instr IV: Voice               STAFF           3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42787    MUAP     2387    P1     Priv Instr III: Piano              Gokelman, W.    3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42788    MUAP     2387    P2     Priv Instr III: Piano              Pedroza, L.     3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42789    MUAP     2387    P3     Priv Instr III: Piano              Rose, L.        3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42790    MUAP     2387    P4     Priv Instr III: Piano              Chien, H.       3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42792    MUAP     2387    P5     Priv Instr III: Piano              Hunter, A.      3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42793    MUAP     2388    P1     Priv Instr IV: Piano               Gokelman, W.    3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
41156    MUAP     2388    P2     Priv Instr IV: Piano               Pedroza, L.     3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
41157    MUAP     2388    P3     Priv Instr IV: Piano               Rose, L.        3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42794    MUAP     2388    P4     Priv Instr IV: Piano               Chien, H.       3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42795    MUAP     2388    P5     Priv Instr IV: Piano               Hunter, A.      3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS

Orchestral Instruments – Junior Level                                               NOTE: Check the UIW catalog for prerequisite courses
41159 MUAP 3344 01              Priv Instr V: Classic Guitar        Harper, P.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42796 MUAP 3344 02              Priv Instr V: Classical Guitar      Gachupin, J.    3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42797 MUAP 3345 01              Priv Instr VI:Classical Guitar      Harper, P.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42798 MUAP 3345 02              Priv Instr VI:Classical Guitar      Gachupin, J.    3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42799 MUAP 3354 B1              Priv Instr V: Oboe/Eng/Horn         STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42800 MUAP 3354 B2              Priv Instr V: Bassoon               STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42801 MUAP 3354 C1              Priv Instr V: Clarinet              Girko, S.       3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42802 MUAP 3354 DB              Priv Instr V: Double Bass           Lu, Y.          3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42804 MUAP 3354 F1              Priv Instr V: Flute                 Gnecco, J.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42805 MUAP 3354 H1              Priv Instr V: Horn                  STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
41759 MUAP 3354 J1              Priv Instr V: Jazz Improv           Waller, J.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42977 MUAP 3354 J2              Priv Instr V: Jazz Improv           Pomerantz, M.   3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42806 MUAP 3354 PR              Priv Instr V: Percussion            Godoy, J.       3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42807 MUAP 3354 S1              Priv Instr V: Saxophone             Burris, L.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42808 MUAP 3354 T1              Priv Instr V: Trumpet               Palermo, M.     3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42809 MUAP 3354 TB              Priv Instr V: Tuba/Euphonium        STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42810 MUAP 3354 TR              Priv Instr V: Trombone              Hill, M.        3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM       R         FA       PALS
42811 MUAP 3354 VC              Priv Instr V: Cello                 STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42823 MUAP 3354 VL              Priv Instr V: Viola                 Schoelzel, G.   3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42825 MUAP 3354 VN              Priv Instr V: Violin                Caporale, A.    3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42827 MUAP 3355 B1              Priv Instr VI: Oboe/Eng Horn        STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42829 MUAP 3355 B2              Priv Instr VI: Bassoon              STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42831 MUAP 3355 C1              Priv Instr VI: Clarinet             Girko, S.       3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42832 MUAP 3355 DB              Priv Instr VI: Double Bass          Lu, Y.          3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42834 MUAP 3355 EB              Priv Instr VI: Electric Bass        Gachupin, J.    3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42836 MUAP 3355 F1              Priv Instr VI: Flute                Gnecco, J.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42837 MUAP 3355 H1              Priv Instr VI: Horn                 STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42838 MUAP 3355 J1              Priv Instr VI: Jazz Improv          Waller, J.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42839 MUAP 3355 PR              Priv Instr VI: Percussion           Godoy, J.       3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42840 MUAP 3355 S1              Priv Instr VI: Saxophone            Burris, L.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42842 MUAP 3355 T1              Priv Instr VI: Trumpet              Palermo, M.     3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42843 MUAP 3355 TB              Priv Instr VI: Tuba/Euphonium       STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42845 MUAP 3355 TR              Priv Instr VI: Trombone             Hill, M.        3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42846 MUAP 3355 VC              Priv Instr VI: Cello                STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42848 MUAP 3355 VL              Priv Instr VI: Viola                Schoelzel, G.   3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS


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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor      Hrs   Begin      End        Days     Bldg    Room

42849    MUAP     3355    VN     Priv Instr VI: Violin              Caporale, A.    3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42850    MUAP     3356    CO1    Priv Instr III: Composition        Metz, K.        3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
41161    MUAP     3356    CO2    Priv Instr III: Composition        Syler, J.       3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42851    MUAP     3357    CO1    Priv Instr IV: Composition         Metz, K.        3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42852    MUAP     3357    CO2    Priv Instr IV: Composition         Syler, J.       3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42853    MUAP     3358    01     Priv Instr: Electr Composition     Waller, J.      3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42854    MUAP     3359    01     Priv Instr: Elec Composition       Waller, J.      3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42855    MUAP     3365    01     Priv Instr V: Organ                Ha, J.          3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42856    MUAP     3366    01     Priv Instr VI: Organ               Ha, J.          3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
40189    MUAP     3376    01     Priv Instr V: Voice                Bussineau, D.   3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42857    MUAP     3376    02     Priv Instr V: Voice                STAFF           3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42858    MUAP     3377    01     Priv Instr VI: Voice               Bussineau, D.   3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42859    MUAP     3377    02     Priv Instr VI: Voice               STAFF           3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
40191    MUAP     3387    P1     Priv Instr V: Piano                Gokelman, W.    3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
40192    MUAP     3387    P2     Priv Instr V: Piano                Pedroza, L.     3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42860    MUAP     3387    P3     Priv Instr V: Piano                Rose, L.        3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
41167    MUAP     3387    P4     Priv Instr V: Piano                Chien, H.       3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42863    MUAP     3387    P5     Priv Instr V: Piano                Hunter, A.      3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42864    MUAP     3388    P1     Priv Instr VI: Piano               Gokelman, W.    3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42865    MUAP     3388    P2     Priv Instr VI: Piano               Pedroza, L.     3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
41170    MUAP     3388    P3     Priv Instr VI: Piano               Rose, L.        3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42868    MUAP     3388    P4     Priv Instr VI: Piano               Chien, H.       3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42870    MUAP     3388    P5     Priv Instr VI: Piano               Hunter, A.      3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS
42978    MUAP     3390    01     Introduction to Film Scoring       Waller, J.      3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R        FA      PALS

Orchestral Instruments – Senior Level                                               NOTE: Check the UIW catalog for prerequisite courses
42897 MUAP 4344 01              Priv Instr VII: Classic Guitar      Harper, P.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42898 MUAP 4344 02              Priv Instr VII: Classic Guitar      Gachupin, J.    3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42899 MUAP 4345 01              Priv Instr VIII:Classic Guitar      Harper, P.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42900 MUAP 4345 02              Priv Instr VIII:Classic Guitar      Gachupin, J.    3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42901 MUAP 4354 B1              Priv Instr VII: Oboe/Eng Horn       STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42902 MUAP 4354 B2              Priv Instr VII: Bassoon             STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42903 MUAP 4354 C1              Priv Instr VII: Clarinet            Girko, S.       3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42904 MUAP 4354 DB              Priv Instr VII: Double Bass         Lu, Y.          3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42905 MUAP 4354 F1              Priv Instr VII: Flute               Gnecco, J.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM       R         FA       PALS
42906 MUAP 4354 H1              Priv Instr VII: Horn                STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42907 MUAP 4354 PR              Priv Instr VII: Percussion          Godoy, J.       3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42908 MUAP 4354 S1              Priv Instr VII: Saxophone           Burris, L.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42909 MUAP 4354 T1              Priv Instr VII: Trumpet             Palermo, M.     3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42910 MUAP 4354 TB              Priv Instr VII: Tuba/Euponium       STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42911 MUAP 4354 TR              Priv Instr VII: Trombone            Hill, M.        3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42912 MUAP 4354 VC              Priv Instr VII: Cello               STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42913 MUAP 4354 VL              Priv Instr I: Viola                 Schoelzel, G.   3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42914 MUAP 4354 VN              Priv Instr I: Violin                Caporale, A.    3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42915 MUAP 4355 B1              Priv Instr VIII: Oboe/Eng           STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42916 MUAP 4355 B2              Priv Instr VIII: Bassoon            STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42918 MUAP 4355 C1              Priv Instr VIII: Clarinet           Girko, S.       3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42919 MUAP 4355 DB              Priv Instr VIII: Double Bass        Lu, Y.          3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42920 MUAP 4355 F1              Priv Instr VIII: Flute              Gnecco, J.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42921 MUAP 4355 H1              Priv Instr VIII: Horn               STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42923 MUAP 4355 PR              Priv Instr VIII: Percussion         Godoy, J.       3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42924 MUAP 4355 S1              Priv Instr VIII: Saxophone          Burris, L.      3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42925 MUAP 4355 T1              Priv Instr VIII: Trumpet            Palermo, M.     3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42926 MUAP 4355 TB              Priv Instr VIII:Tuba/Euphonium      STAFF           3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS
42927 MUAP 4355 TR              Priv Instr VIII: Trombone           Hill, M.        3    1:30 PM 2:45 PM R               FA       PALS


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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor      Hrs   Begin      End        Days   Bldg   Room

42928    MUAP     4355    VC     Priv Instr VIII: Cello             STAFF           3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42929    MUAP     4355    VL     Priv Instr VIII: Viola             Schoelzel, G.   3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42930    MUAP     4355    VN     Priv Instr VIII: Violin            Caporale, A.    3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
41323    MUAP     4356    C01    Priv Instr V: Mus Composition      Metz, K.        3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42931    MUAP     4356    CO2    Priv Instr V: Mus Composition      Syler, J.       3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42932    MUAP     4357    CO1    Priv Instr VI: Mus Composition     Metz, K.        3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42933    MUAP     4357    CO2    Priv Instr VI: Mus Composition     Syler, J.       3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42934    MUAP     4365    01     Priv Instr VII: Organ              Ha, J.          3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42935    MUAP     4366    01     Priv Instr VIII: Organ             Ha, J.          3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42936    MUAP     4376    01     Priv Instr VII: Voice              Bussineau, D.   3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42937    MUAP     4376    02     Priv Instr VII: Voice              STAFF           3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42938    MUAP     4377    01     Priv Instr VIII: Voice             Bussineau, D.   3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42939    MUAP     4377    02     Priv Instr VIII: Voice             STAFF           3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42940    MUAP     4378    01     Priv Instr: Vocal Coaching         Gokelman, W.    3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42941    MUAP     4387    P1     Priv Instr VII: Piano              Gokelman, W.    3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42943    MUAP     4387    P2     Priv Instr VII: Piano              Pedroza, L.     3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42944    MUAP     4387    P3     Priv Instr VII: Piano              Rose, L.        3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42945    MUAP     4387    P4     Priv Instr VII: Piano              Chien, H.       3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42946    MUAP     4387    P5     Priv Instr VII: Piano              Hunter, A.      3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42947    MUAP     4388    P1     Priv Instr VIII: Piano             Gokelman, W.    3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42948    MUAP     4388    P2     Priv Instr VIII: Piano             Pedroza, L.     3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42949    MUAP     4388    P3     Priv Instr VIII: Piano             Rose, L.        3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42950    MUAP     4388    P4     Priv Instr VIII: Piano             Chien, H.       3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42972    MUAP     4388    P5     Priv Instr VIII: Piano             Hunter, A.      3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42973    MUAP     X35X    XX     Priv Instr: Instrumental           Gokelman, W.    3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42974    MUAP     X36X    XX     Priv Instr: Organ                  Ha, J.          3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42975    MUAP     X37X    XX     Priv Instr: Voice                  Bussineau, D.   3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS
42976    MUAP     X38X    XX     Priv Instr: Piano                  Gokelman, W.    3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    R      FA     PALS

Music

NOTE: Students must audition for the UIW Chorale, Madrigals, Opera Workshop, Flute Choir, Jazz Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, and Chamber
Orchestra. These courses require INSTRUCTOR’S SIGNATURE ON THE REGISTRATION FORM. Auditions will be held Tuesday, August 22,
2008 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Fine Arts Building. Auditions may also be arranged by appointment.
Please call (210) 829-3848.

40219    MUSI     1131 01        Chorale                           Gokelman, W.     1     12:00 PM 1:00 PM      MWF    FA     202
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
40220    MUSI     1181 01        UIW Community Orchestra           Frazor, T.       1      6:00 PM    8:45 PM   M      FA     PALS
                                 Class meets in the Administration Bldg Chapel
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
40221    MUSI     1182 01        Jazz Ensemble                     Waller, J.       1      6:00 PM    8:45 PM   R      FA     PALS
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
40820    MUSI     1185 01        Wind Ensemble                     STAFF            1      6:00 PM 8:45 PM      T      FA     PALS
41588    MUSI     1191 01        Aural Skills I                    Pomerantz, M.    1     10:30 AM 11:45 AM     MW     FA     201
                                 Prerequisite: MUSI 1321
41731    MUSI     1301    01     Introd to Music Technology        Waller, J.       3     1:30 PM     2:45 PM   TR     FA     ST4
40223    MUSI     1311    01     Singing for Beginners             Bussineau, D.    3     1:30 PM     2:45 PM   MW     FA     PALS
40224    MUSI     1320    01     Music Appreciation                Gokelman, W.     3     9:00 AM    10:15 AM   TR     FA     202
41587    MUSI     1321    01     Music Theory I                    Pomerantz/Metz   3     9:00 AM    10:15 AM   MW     FA     202
                                 Lab Fridays 9am-10am, FA PLAB
41921    MUSI     1321 02        Music Theory I                    STAFF            3     9:00 AM    10:15 AM   MW     FA     PLAB
                                 Lab Fridays 9am-10am, FA PLAB




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CRN      Dept      Num Sec       Course Title                       Instructor         Hrs   Begin     End        Days   Bldg   Room

41342    MUSI      1322 01       Music Theory II                   Metz, K.        3     10:30 AM      11:45 AM   MW     FA     202
                                 Prerequisite: MUSI 1321, Lab Fridays 10 am – 11:00 am, FA PLAB
40226    MUSI      1381    01    Class Piano                       Pedroza, L.     3      9:00 AM      10:15 AM   TR     FA     PLAB
40227    MUSI      1381    02    Class Piano                       Pedroza, L.     3     12:00 PM       1:15 PM   TR     FA     PLAB
40228    MUSI      1391    01    Class Guitar                      Harper, P.      3      9:00 AM      10:15 AM   TR     FA     PALS
40229    MUSI      2132    01    Madrigal Singers                  Gokelman, W. 1        12:00 PM       1:15 PM   TR     FA     202
                                 Prerequisite: MUSI 1131
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
42979    MUSI      2193 01       Aural Skills III                  Pomerantz, M. 1       10:30 AM      11:45 AM   TR     FA     202
41591    MUSI      2194 01       Advanced Aural Skills IV          Metz, K.        1      9:00 AM      10:15 AM   TR     FA     201
                                 Prerequisite: MUSI 2193
42980    MUSI      2323 01       Music Theory III                  Pomerantz/Metz 3      10:30 AM      11:45 AM   MW     FA     202
                                 Lab Fridays 11am-12pm FA PLAB
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
42969    MUSI      3323 01       Orchestration                     Metz, K.        3      9:00 AM      10:15 AM   MW     FA     201
41593    MUSI      3324 01       Music Theory IV                   Metz, K.        3     10:30 AM      11:45 AM   MW     FA     PLAB
                                 Prerequisite: MUSI 2323
                                 Lab Fridays 1:00pm-2:00pm, FA PLAB
40232    MUSI      3341 01       Music History I                   Pedroza, L.     3     1:30 PM        2:45 PM   MW     FA     202
                                 Prerequisite: MUSI 1322
42970    MUSI      3345 01       Brass & Woodwinds Instrum Tech STAFF              3     6:00 PM        8:45 PM   T      FA     202
41186    MUSI      3348 01       Studies in World Music            Pedroza, L.     3     3:00 PM        4:15 PM   MW     FA     202
                                 Prerequisite: MUSI 3342

Music Industries
42989 MUST         2259    01    Intro Internsh Mus Indust Stds     Waller, J.         2     ARR       ARR        ARR    ARR    ARR
40233 MUST         2340    01    Intro To Music Industry Stud       Waller, J.         3     3:00 PM   4:15 PM    TR     FA     201
42982 MUST         3305    01    Record Production                  Waller, J.         3     4:30 PM   5:45 PM    MW     FA     ST4
40234 MUST         4359    01    Intern in Music Industry Stud      Waller, J.         3     ARR       ARR        ARR    ARR    ARR
                                 Prerequisite: MUSI 2323
                                 Instructor's Signature Required

Music Therapy
40235 MUTH         1301 01       Intro to Music Therapy             Dvorkin, J.        3     6:00 PM   8:45 PM    W      FA     202
42981 MUTH         2351 01       Music in Therapy I                 Dvorkin, J.        3     3:00 PM   4:15 PM    TR     FA     202
41585 MUTH         4300 01       Senior Seminar                     Dvorkin, J.        3     ARR       ARR        ARR    ARR    ARR

40236    MUTH      4301 01       Music Therapy Internship           Dvorkin, J.        3     ARR       ARR        ARR    ARR    ARR
                                 Instructor's Signature Required

Nuclear Medicine
41867 NMED         2420    01    Patient Care Technologies          Lopez-Cox,/Waltz   4      7:30 AM 8:45 AM     M      NB     AELH
41862 NMED         2420L   L1    Patient Care Technologies Lab      Lopez-Cox/Waltz    0      9:00 AM 10:15 AM    M      NB     DL
41863 NMED         2420L   L2    Patient Care Technologies Lab      Lopez-Cox/Waltz    0     10:30 AM 11:45 AM    M      NB     DL
41864 NMED         2420L   L3    Patient Care Technologies Lab      Lopez-Cox/Waltz    0      1:00 PM 2:15 PM     M      NB     DL
42942 NMED         3305    01    Applications of Radionuclides      Green, N.          3      3:00 PM 5:45 PM     W      NB     205
40510 NMED         3320    01    Medical Radiation Safety           Martin, A.         3      6:00 PM 8:45 PM     T      NB     217
42190 NMED         4310    01    Intro to Nuclear Medicine          Green, N.          3      9:00 AM 11:45 AM    F      NB     205
40512 NMED         4312    01    Physics of Medical Imaging         Carrillo, J.       3      6:00 PM 8:45 PM     M      NB     217
40511 NMED         4322    01    Radio-Pharmacy/Chemistry/Immun     Hobson, D.         3      6:00 PM 8:45 PM     R      NB     205
40508 NMED         4361    01    Nuclear Med Registry Review        Green, N.          3      3:00 PM 5:45 PM     M      NB     205
41326 NMED         4604    01    Clin Nuclear Medicine I            Rodriguez, E.      6      7:00 AM 4:00 PM     TWRF   HOSP
41327 NMED         4606    01    Clin Nuclear Medicine II           Ramos, J.          6      7:00 AM 4:00 PM     TWRF   HOSP




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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor          Hrs   Begin       End         Days      Bldg        Room

Nursing
41108 NURS        2199 01        ST: Seminar for Health Profess     Nadeau, J.          1     12:00 PM 1:15 PM        W         NB          AELH
41297 NURS        2199 02        ST: Seminar for Health Profess     Spana, C.           1      3:00 PM 4:15 PM        T         NB          CR
42952 NURS        2199 03        ST:Sem for Health Professions      STAFF               1     12:00 PM 1:15 PM        M         NB          AELH

42953 NURS 2199 C2           ST:Sem in Health Professions      Arbour, J.      1      12:00 PM 1:15 PM M                NB        218
40710 COMP 1301 C2           Computer Lit/Business Appl        Kveton, A.      3      10:30 AM 11:45 AM MW              JB        232
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

42954 NURS 2199 C5           ST:Sem for Health Professions     Waltz, L.       1               3:00 PM 4:15 PM R                NB          CR
41005 CHEM 1310 C5           Biological Chemistry I            Davis, J.       3               9:00 AM 10:15 AM TR              BSH         224
42167 MATH 0318 C5           Intro Alg/Geom/Prob & Stats       Rakowitz, A.    3              12:00 PM 1:15 PM TR               BSH         219
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available         until after first year student registration   begins this
summer.

40463    NURS     2213    01     Basic Health Assessment          Sackett, R.        2         7:30 AM 8:45 AM        T         NB          AELH
41642    NURS     2213L   L1     Basic Health Assessment Lab      Sackett, R.        0         9:00 AM 10:15 AM       T         NB          219
40464    NURS     2213L   L2     Basic Health Assessment Lab      Sackett, R.        0        10:30 AM 11:45 AM       T         NB          219
40465    NURS     2213L   L3     Basic Health Assessment Lab      Sackett, R.        0        12:00 PM 1:15 PM        T         NB          219
40466    NURS     2213L   L4     Basic Health Assessment Lab      Sackett, R.        0         1:30 PM 2:15 PM        T         NB          219
42896    NURS     2299    01     ST:Medical Terminology           STAFF              2        12:00 PM 1:15 PM        TR        NB          205
                                 Cross Listed with ATHP 2299.01 and NMED 2299.01
40468    NURS     2310    01     Integrated Health Science        Goei, K            3         1:30 PM     4:15 PM    R         NB          219
40467    NURS     2312    01     Nursing and Health               Tison, D.          3         9:00 AM    11:45 AM    R         NB          AELH
41868    NURS     2420    01     Patient Care Technologies        Lopez-Cox/Waltz. 4           7:30 AM     8:45 AM    M         NB          AELH
41872    NURS     2420L   L1     Patient Care Technologies        Lopez-Cox, G. 0              9:00 AM    10:15 AM    M         NB          DL
41873    NURS     2420L   L2     Patient Care Technologies        Lopez-Cox, G. 0             10:30 AM    11:45 AM    M         NB          DL
41874    NURS     2420L   L3     Patient Care Technologies        Lopez-Cox, G. 0              1:00 PM     2:15 PM    M         NB          DL
41875    NURS     2420L   L4     Patient Care Technologies        Waltz, L.          0         9:00 AM    10:15 AM    T         NB          DL
41876    NURS     2420L   L5     Patient Care Technologies        Waltz, L.          0        10:30 AM    11:45 AM    T         NB          DL
40459    NURS     3199    01     ST:Ldrshp in Prof Organization   Moon, M            1        ARR         ARR         ARR       ARR         ARR
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
40709    NURS     3215    01     Integrated Health Science III    Moon, M            2         3:00 PM     5:15 PM    T         NB          218
43009    NURS     3510    01     Nursing of Adults I              Ramirez, M.        5         9:00 AM    11:45 AM    W         NB          AELH
43010    NURS     3515    01     Nursing of Children/Families     Parker, R.         5         3:00 PM     5:45 PM    T         NB          AELH
40708    NURS     3530    01     Nurs/Children and Adults II      Norgan, G.         5         9:00 AM    11:45 AM    T         NB          AELH
40479    NURS     4182    01     Senior Seminar                   Light, K.          1         4:30 PM     5:45 PM    M         NB          217
41870    NURS     4288    01     Nursing Internship               Gillespie, M.      2        ARR         ARR         ARR       ARR         ARR
40895    NURS     4322    01     Research and Issues in Nursing   Munoz/Rauschhuber 3         12:00 PM     2:45 PM    T         NB          AELH
41871    NURS     4531    01     Psychiatric Mental Health Nurs   Pines, E/Lowry, J. 5         3:00 PM     5:45 PM    T         NB          217
40478    NURS     4532    01     Nursing Leadership/Management Cook, J.              5         1:30 PM     4:15 PM    M         NB          217
40476    NURS     4541    01     Nsg The Childbearing Family      Rauschhuber, M. 5            9:00 AM    11:45 AM    M         NB          AELH
40696    NURS     4551    01     Critical Care Nursing            Moon, M            5         3:00 PM     5:00 PM    M         NB          218
40477    NURS     4562    01     Community Health Nursing         Cassells. H.       5         7:30 AM    11:45 AM    M         NB          218

Nutrition
40655 NUTR        1102    01     Introduction to Dietetics          Haubric, K.         1      4:30 PM    5:45 PM     M         BSH         316
40656 NUTR        1223    01     Gourmet Cuisine                    Johnson, S.         2      6:00 PM    8:45 PM     W         BSH         320
41280 NUTR        1224    01     World Cuisine                      Martinez-Egan, A.   2      6:00 PM    8:45 PM     T         BSH         320
40943 NUTR        2131    L1     Food Preparation Laboratory        Singh, N.           1     12:00 PM    2:30 PM     R         BSH         320
                                 Prerequisite: NUTR 2231
40948    NUTR     2231 01        Prin of Food Preparation           Singh, N.           2     12:00 PM 1:45 PM        T         BSH         316
                                 Prerequisite: NUTR 2131


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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor      Hrs   Begin      End        Days   Bldg     Room

40657    NUTR     2341    01     Introduction to Nutrition        Keller, J.      3    1:30 PM        2:45 PM   MW     NB       205
41689    NUTR     2341    02     Introduction to Nutrition        Keller, J.      3    6:00 PM        8:45 PM   W      BSH      321
40893    NUTR     3433    01     Food/Nutr Services Mgmt I        Singh, N.       4    1:30 PM        2:45 PM   MWF    BSH      316
42884    NUTR     4239    01     Nutrition Practicum              STAFF           2    4:30 PM        5:45 PM   W      BSH      336
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
40659    NUTR     4340 01        Clinical and Nutritional         Kiernan, K.     3    9:00 AM       10:15 AM   TR     BSH      316
                                 Prerequisites: CHEM 1101, 1102, 1301, 1302 and NUTR 2341
41281    NUTR     4340L L1       Clinical and Nutritional Lab     Kiernan, K.     0    9:00 AM       12:00 PM   F      BSH      316
40660    NUTR     4460 01        Community & World Nutrition      Singh, N.       4    3:00 PM        4:50 PM   TR     BSH      316
                                 Prerequisite: NUTR 2341
40661    NUTR     4470 01        Human Nutrition & Metabolism     Senne-Duff, B. 4     3:00 PM        4:15 PM   MWF    BSH      316
                                 Prerequisites: CHEM 4351 and NUTR 2341

Kinesiology
40928 PEHP        1101 01        Archery                         Papich, M.         1     3:00 PM    4:15 PM    MW     FIELD
                                 Class meets August 25th - October 8th

40482    PEHP     1106 01        Flag Football                      Powell, B.      1     11:30 AM 12:30 PM     F      FIELD
40483    PEHP     1110 01        Volleyball                         Powell, B.      1      8:30 AM 9:30 AM      F      WC

40484    PEHP     1112 01        Gymnastics                        Steves,, M.      1     10:00 AM 11:00 AM     F      OLYMPI
                                 First Class meets in Wellness Center

40485    PEHP     1113 01        Physical Conditioning              O’Donnell, C.   1     10:00 AM 10:50 AM     S      WC
40486    PEHP     1114 01        Weight Training                    O’Donnell, C.   1      9:00 AM 9:50 AM      S      WC
40237    PEHP     1115 01        Ballet I (Level 1)                 Trevino, S.     1     12:00 PM 1:15 PM      MW     HIT      BS
                                 Cross Listed with DANC 1301.01
40239    PEHP     1115 02        Ballet I (Level 1)                 Trevino, S.     1     12:00 PM    1:15 PM   TR     HIT      BS
                                 Cross Listed with DANC 1301.02
40238    PEHP     1116 01        Basic Rhythms                      Trevino, S.     1     10:30 AM 11:45 AM     MW     HIT      BS
                                 Cross Listed with DANCE 1183.01

41116    PEHP     1125 01        Pilates                           Cook, L.         1      9:00 AM 10:15 AM     MW     HIT      BS
                                 Class meets August 25th - Oct 8th

41118    PEHP     1125 02        Pilates                         Cook, L.           1      9:00 AM 10:15 AM     MW     HIT      BS
                                 Class meets October 13th - December 3rd

40487    PEHP     1127 01        Aerobic Dance                      Manka, R.       1     11:00 AM 11:50 AM     S      WC

40488    PEHP     1133 01        Beginning Tennis                 Newman, J.        1     10:30 AM 11:45 AM     TR     TENNIS   COURT
                                 Class meets August 26th - October 9th

40489    PEHP     1138 01        Badminton/Racquetball              O’Donnell, C.   1     11:00 AM 11:50 AM     S      WC
40240    PEHP     1139 01        Yoga                               McNeel, M.      1      6:00 PM 7:15 PM      W      HIT      BS

40241    PEHP     1139 02        Yoga                             STAFF             1      1:30 PM    2:45 PM   MW     HIT      BS
                                 Class meets August 25th - October 8th

40954    PEHP     1139 03        Yoga                            STAFF              1      1:30 PM    2:45 PM   MW     HIT      BS
                                 Class meets October 13th - December 3rd




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CRN      Dept      Num Sec        Course Title                         Instructor       Hrs     Begin       End         Days      Bldg      Room

40243    PEHP      1145 01        Beginning Social Dance (Lev 1)       Zellers, M.      1        1:30 PM     2:45 PM    MW        FA        AUD
                                  Class taught with DANC 1305.01
40952    PEHP      1145 02        Beginning Social Dance (Lev 1)       Zellers, M.      1        6:00 PM     7:15 PM    TR        FA        AUD
                                  Class taught with DANC 1305.02
40242    PEHP      1146 01        Country Western Dance                Zellers, M.      1       10:30 AM 11:45 AM       MW        FA        AUD
                                  Class taught with DANCE 1180.01
42959    PEHP      1147    01     Tai Chi                              McNeel, M.       1        6:00 PM     7:15 PM    T         HIT       BS
40990    PEHP      1148    01     Exercise With Instructor             STMU             1        6:15 AM     7:15 AM    MW        WC
41649    PEHP      1148    02     Exercise With Instructor             Davis, P.        1       12:00 PM     1:15 PM    W         WC
40490    PEHP      1199    01     Activity Lab                         Powell, B.       1       12:00 PM     1:15 PM    R         WC        1
42960    PEHP      2201    01     Tests and Measurement                STAFF            2        9:00 AM    10:15 AM    MW        WC        1
41643    PEHP      3301    01     Motor & Fitness Devel/Children       Carleton, W.     3        9:00 AM    10:15 AM    TR        WC        1
41644    PEHP      3301    02     Motor & Fitness Devel/Children       Carleton, W.     3       10:30 AM    11:45 AM    MW        WC        1
42961    PEHP      3350    01     Theory of Move Forms:Anal&Cons       Henrich, T.      3       12:00 PM     1:15 PM    TR        WC        1
42962    PEHP      3410    01     Motor&Fitness Devel/Adolescent       STAFF            4        7:00 AM     8:45 AM    MW        WC        1
42963    PEHP      3410    02     Motor&Fitness Devel/Adolescent       STAFF            4        7:00 AM     8:45 AM    TR        WC        1
42964    PEHP      4345    01     Psychmotor Dev: Ed Implication       Carleton, W.     3       10:30 AM    11:45 AM    TR        WC        1
                                  Kinesiology Majors
42965    PEHP      4345 02        Psychmotor Dev: Ed Implication       LeBlanc, S.      3       10:30 AM 11:45 AM       TR        WC        2
                                  Sports Management Majors
40925    PEHP      4395 01        Practical Experience Non-Cert        Powell, B.       3       ARR         ARR         ARR       ARR       ARR

40953    PEHP      4399 01        ST: Exercise Physiology          Henrich, T.          3       6:00 PM     10:00 PM    M         WC        1
                                  Class meets August 25th - October 13th

Pharmacy
The professional pharmacy curriculum is offered as a set program of study. Students admitted into the Feik School of Pharmacy will be enrolled in the
proper courses and laboratory sections for Fall 2008 semester by the School of Pharmacy Student Affairs Office. An outline of the curriculum can be
found at the School of Pharmacy’s home page at www.uiw.edu/pharmacy/ . Additional information will be provided to the student by the School of
Pharmacy Representative.

40951    PHAR      2105    01     Pharmacy Applied Devel Skills        Bellang, R.      1       12:00 PM    12:50 PM    T         BSH       129
42321    PHAR      3157    A      Drug Information                     Granberry, M.    1        9:30 AM    11:00 AM    M         FSOP      513
41402    PHAR      3170    A      Prof Appd Dev Skill (Transfer)       Copeland, J.     1       12:00 PM     1:00 PM    TWR       FSOP      513
41400    PHAR      3226    A      Pharmacy Calculation                 Martin, K.       2        8:00 AM    10:00 AM    TWR       FSOP      513
41401    PHAR      3230    A      Applied Pharm Care I (PAC I)         STAFF            2       12:00 PM     1:00 PM    M         FSOP      513
41412    PHAR      3230L   A      Applied Pharm Care I Lab             STAFF            0        2:00 PM     5:00 PM    M         FSOP      513
41413    PHAR      3230L   B      Applied Pharm Care I Lab             STAFF            0       2:00 PM      5:00 PM    T         FSOP      513
41414    PHAR      3230L   C      Applied Pharm Care I Lab             STAFF            0       2:00 PM      5:00 PM    W         FSOP      513
41415    PHAR      3230L   D      Applied Pharm Care I Lab             STAFF            0       2:00 PM      5:00 PM    R         FSOP      513
41399    PHAR      3316    A      Biochemistry                         Oliveira, M.     3       10:00 AM    12:00 PM    MTWRF     FSOP      513
41398    PHAR      3420    A      Pharmaceutics I                      Martin, K.       4       10:30 AM    12:00 PM    TWR       FSOP      513
41408    PHAR      3420L   A      Pharmaceutics I Lab                  Martin, K.       0       1:00 PM      5:00 PM    M         FSOP      543
41409    PHAR      3420L   B      Pharmaceutics I Lab                  Martin, K.       0       1:00 PM      5:00 PM    T         FSOP      543
41410    PHAR      3420L   C      Pharmaceutics I Lab                  Martin, K.       0       1:00 PM      5:00 PM    W         FSOP      543
41411    PHAR      3420L   D      Pharmaceutics I Lab                  Martin, K.       0       1:00 PM      5:00 PM    R         FSOP      543
41397    PHAR      3510    A      Anatomy & Physiology I               LaGrange. L.     5       8:30 AM     10:30 AM    TWR       FSOP      513
41404    PHAR      3510L   A      Anatomy and Physiology Lab           LaGrange. L.     0       1:00 PM      5:00 PM    M         FSOP      544
41405    PHAR      3510L   B      Anatomy and Physiology Lab           LaGrange. L.     0       1:00 PM      5:00 PM    T         FSOP      544
41406    PHAR      3510L   C      Anatomy and Physiology Lab           LaGrange. L.     0       1:00 PM      5:00 PM    W         FSOP      544
41407    PHAR      3510L   D      Anatomy and Physiology Lab           LaGrange. L.     0       1:00 PM      5:00 PM    R         FSOP      544
41717    PHAR      4152    A      Prin Public Hlth for Pharm           Lieveld, P.      1       3:00 PM      4:00 PM    R         FSOP      523
41718    PHAR      4230    A      Applied Pharm Care (PAC) III         Lieveld, P.      2       3:00 PM      4:00 PM    M         FSOP      523
41719    PHAR      4230L   A      PAC III Lab                          Lieveld, P.      0       9:00 AM     12:00 PM    T         FSOP      479


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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor           Hrs   Begin       End        Days   Bldg   Room

41720    PHAR     4230L   B      PAC III Lab                        Lieveld, P.           0      9:00 AM   12:00 PM   W      FSOP   479
41721    PHAR     4230L   C      PAC III Lab                        Lieveld, P.           0      1:00 PM    4:00 PM   F      FSOP   479
41715    PHAR     4254    A      Pharm and Hlth Care Systems II     Trang, D.             2      9:00 AM   12:00 PM   MR     FSOP   523
41712    PHAR     4342    A      Pharm I: Intro Med Chemistry       Weston/Webster        3      1:00 PM    3:00 PM   MTWR   FSOP   523
41713    PHAR     4344    A      Pharm II: Introd Pharmacology      Gottlieb. H/Smith, H. 3      1:00 PM    3:00 PM   MTWR   FSOP   523
41714    PHAR     4346    A      Pharm III: DEENT                   Bellang, R./Maize, D. 3     1:00 PM     3:00 PM   MTWR   FSOP   523
41716    PHAR     4426    A      Pharmacokinetics                   Mosley, A/Barnes, J 4        9:00 AM   12:00 PM   MR     FSOP   523
42995    PHAR     5150    A      Pharmacoeconomics/Outcomes I       Griggs, S.            1      9:30 AM   10:30 AM   W      FSOP   533
42997    PHAR     5230    A      Applied Pharm Care (PAC) V         STAFF                 2      9:30 AM   10:30 AM   M      FSOP   533
42998    PHAR     5230L   A      PAC V Lab                          STAFF                 0      1:30 PM    4:30 PM   T      FSOP   540
42999    PHAR     5230L   B      PAC V Lab                          STAFF                 0      1:30 PM    4:30 PM   W      FSOP   540
43000    PHAR     5230L   C      PAC V Lab                          STAFF                 0      1:30 PM    4:30 PM   R      FSOP   540
43001    PHAR     5230L   D      PAC V Lab                          STAFF                 0      1:30 PM    4:30 PM   F      FSOP   540
42993    PHAR     5244    A      Pharm VII: Endocrine Diseases      Horlen, C.            2    10:30 AM     1:00 PM   MTWR   FSOP   533
42994    PHAR     5246    A      Pharm IX:Skeletal/Mus Disorder     STAFF                 2    10:30 AM     1:00 PM   MTWR   FSOP   533
42996    PHAR     5358    A      Biostatistics/Literature Eval      STAFF                 3      1:30 PM    4:30 PM   M      FSOP   533
42992    PHAR     5542    A      Pharm VI: Infectious Diseases      Cota, J.              5    10:30 AM     1:00 PM   MTWR   FSOP   533

Philosophy
40244 PHIL        1381    01     Introduction to Philosophy         O'Connor, B.         3      8:00 AM 8:50 AM       MWF    AD     242
40247 PHIL        1381    02     Introduction to Philosophy         Gilmour, D.          3     12:00 PM 1:15 PM       MW     AD     365
40250 PHIL        1381    04     Introduction to Philosophy         Gilmour, D.          3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM      TR     AD     365
40248 PHIL        1381    05     Introduction to Philosophy         STAFF                3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM      TR     AD     365
40249 PHIL        1381    06     Introduction to Philosophy         Young d              3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM      MW     NB     205
40764 PHIL        1381    07     Introduction to Philosophy         O'Connor, B.         3      4:30 PM 5:45 PM       MW     AD     242
41725 PHIL        1381    08     Introduction to Philosophy         Orr, S.              3      6:00 PM 8:45 PM       T      AD     265

41726 PHIL      1381 C18 Introduction to Philosophy            Lewis, P.       3      12:00 PM 1:15 PM TR               AD        348
40564 COMM 1301 C18 Intro to Mass Communication                Greenberg, V. 3        1:30 PM        2:45 PM MW         JB        126
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

40245    PHIL     1381    11     Introduction to Philosophy         STAFF                3     3:00 PM      4:15 PM   MW     AD     265
42156    PHIL     1381    12     Introduction to Philosophy         Orr, S.              3     3:00 PM      4:15 PM   TR     AD     365
42157    PHIL     1381    13     Introduction to Philosophy         Young d              3     3:00 PM      4:15 PM   MW     NB     216
42170    PHIL     1381    14     Introduction to Philosophy         Young d              3     4:30 PM      5:45 PM   MW     AD     375

42596 PHIL      1399 H11 ST:Faith & Reason (Honors)            O'Connor, B.    3      9:00 AM 9:50 AM MWF               AD        242
42656 RELS 1399 H11 ST:I Intro to Relig Stud(Honors)           Ambrose, G.     3      12:00 PM 1:15 PM TR               AD        245
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

40252    PHIL     3312 01        Logic                              STAFF                3     9:00 AM     10:15 AM   MW     AD     215
                                 Prerequisite: PHIL 1381
40253    PHIL     3332 01        Ethics                             O'Connor, B.         3     9:00 AM     10:15 AM   TR     AD     242
                                 Prerequisite: PHIL 1381
40254    PHIL     3351 01        Ancient Philosophy                 O'Connor, B.         3     1:30 PM      2:45 PM   TR     AD     242
                                 Prerequisite: PHIL 1381
40255    PHIL     3353 01        Modern Philosophy                  Orr, S.              3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM      TR     AD     215
                                 Prerequisite: PHIL 1381
40825    PHIL     3355 01        World Philosophy                   Lewis, P.            3     12:00 PM     1:15 PM   MW     AD     348
                                 Prerequisite: PHIL 1381
41569    PHIL     3375 01        Aesthetics: Phil of Art & Beauty   Gilmour, D.     3      12:00 PM         1:15 PM   TR     AD     365
                                 Cross Listed with ARTH 3375.01,    Prerequisite: PHIL 1381


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CRN       Dept      Num Sec      Course Title                       Instructor     Hrs      Begin      End        Days   Bldg    Room

42621     PHIL      3375 02      Aesthetics: Phil of Art & Beauty   Gilmour, D.    3        10:30 AM 11:45 AM     MW     AD      365
                                 Cross Listed with ARTH 3375.02
                                 Prerequisite: PHIL 1381
42599     PHIL      3385 01      Justice:Trad & Transformation      Lewis, P.      3        3:00 PM     4:15 PM   MW     AD      348
                                 Prerequisite: PHIL 1381
41586     PHIL      4399 01      ST: Imagination & Knowledge        Lewis, P.      3        1:30 PM     2:45 PM   TR     AD      365
                                 Cross Listed with CLST 2320.01

Physics
40650     PHYS      1101   01    General Physics I Lab             STAFF           1         3:00 PM 5:15 PM      T      BSH     119
40651     PHYS      1101   02    General Physics I Lab             STAFF           1         3:00 PM 5:15 PM      R      BSH     119
41266     PHYS      1101   03    General Physics I Lab             STAFF           1         9:00 AM 11:15 AM     F      BSH     119
40649     PHYS      1301   01    General Physics I                 Frye, M         3         9:00 AM 10:15 AM     TR     BSH     119
                                 Prerequisite: MATH 1304
40653     PHYS      2105   01    Physics I Lab                     STAFF           1         3:00 PM 5:15 PM      T      BSH     119
41267     PHYS      2105   02    Physics I Lab                     STAFF           1         3:00 PM 5:15 PM      R      BSH     119
41268     PHYS      2105   03    Physics I Lab                     STAFF           1         9:00 AM 11:15 AM     F      BSH     119
40652     PHYS      2305   01    Physics I                         Frye, M         3        10:30 AM 11:45 AM     TR     BSH     119
                                 Prerequisite: MATH 2312
40894     PHYS      2374 01      Science for Elementary Teacher    Garcia, A.      3         9:00 AM 10:15 AM     TR     GB      116
43011     PHYS      4399 01      ST: Physics of Star Trek          STAFF           3         1:30 PM 2:45 PM      MW     BSH     119
                                 No Prerequisites, All Majors Welcomed

Political Science
40257 POLS          1315   01    American Politics                  Andrade, L.    3        9:00 AM    10:15 AM   MW     AD      375
40258 POLS          1315   02    American Politics                  Andrade, L.    3        1:30 PM     2:45 PM   MW     AD      348
40261 POLS          1316   01    State & Local Politics             Andrade, L.    3        1:30 PM     2:45 PM   TR     AD      295
40262 POLS          1316   02    State & Local Politics             Keith, G.      3        7:30 AM     8:45 AM   MW     AD      375
41841 POLS          1391   01    Human Rights                       Dittloff, S.   3        9:00 AM    10:15 AM   TR     AD      385

40263 POLS 1391 C6           Human Rights                      Dittloff, S.    3       9:00 AM 10:15 AM MW              AD        348
41847 ENGL 0312 C6           Composition Bridge                Baynton, S.     3      12:00 PM 1:15 PM MW               BSH       122
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

40916     POLS      2305 01      Introd to Political Studies       Dittloff, S.    3         3:00 PM    4:15 PM   MW     AD      230
40264     POLS      2310 01      Comparative Politics              Dittloff, S.    3         3:00 PM    4:15 PM   TR     AD      231
                                 Prerequisite: POLS 1315
42650     POLS      2375 01      International Organizations       Creagan, J.     3         4:30 PM    5:45 PM   MW     AD      385
                                 Prerequisites: POLS 1315 and 2320
41893     POLS      2392 01      Intro to US Legal System          Keith, G.       3        12:00 PM    1:15 PM   TR     AD      375
                                 Prerequisite: POLS 1315
42651     POLS      3305 01      United States Presidency          Andrade, L.     3         9:00 AM 10:15 AM     TR     AD      231
                                 Prerequisite: POLS 1315
42990     POLS      4316 01      Constit Law II/Civil Liberties    Keith, G.       3        10:30 AM 11:45 AM     MW     AD      271
                                 Prerequisites: POLS 1315 and 2392
42653     POLS      4385 01      Topics Amer Pol:Pol Leadership    Creagan, J.     3         6:00 PM    8:45 PM   T      AD      385
                                 Class taught with POLS 4387.01
                                 Prerequisite: POLS 1315
41577     POLS      4387 01      Top Intn Rel:Pol Leadship         Creagan, J.     3         6:00 PM    8:45 PM   T      AD      385
                                 Class taught with POLS 4385.01
                                 Prerequisites: POLS 1315 and 2320
40268     POLS      4391 01      Political Internship I            Andrade, L.     3        ARR        ARR        ARR    ARR     ARR
                                 Prerequisite: POLS 1315, Instructor's Signature Required


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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor     Hrs   Begin      End        Days     Bldg     Room

42635    POLS     4691 01        Political Internship II            Andrade, L.    6     ARR        ARR        ARR      ARR      ARR
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
42636    POLS     4692 01        Political Internship III           Andrade, L.    6     ARR        ARR        ARR      ARR      ARR
                                 Instructor’s Signature Required

Psychology
40272 PSYC        1301    01     Introduction to Psychology         STAFF          3      9:00 AM   10:15 AM   MW       NB       205
40273 PSYC        1301    02     Introduction to Psychology         STAFF          3      9:00 AM   10:15 AM   TR       GB       209
40274 PSYC        1301    03     Introduction to Psychology         STAFF          3     10:30 AM   11:45 AM   MW       GB       209
40275 PSYC        1301    04     Introduction to Psychology         STAFF          3     10:30 AM   11:45 AM   TR       AD       385
40277 PSYC        1301    05     Introduction to Psychology         STAFF          3     12:00 PM    1:15 PM   MW       AD       215
40773 PSYC        1301    06     Introduction to Psychology         STAFF          3      4:30 PM    5:45 PM   TR       AD       215
40278 PSYC        1301    07     Introduction to Psychology         STAFF          3      1:30 PM    2:45 PM   MW       AD       354

41599 PSYC 1301 C13 Introduction to Psychology                 Rodinsky, H.    3      12:00 PM 1:15 PM TR               AT&T      244
40597 BIOL      1401 C13 Diversity of Life and Lab             Tallarovic, S.  4       1:30 PM 3:00 PM TR               AT&T      244
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

41601    PSYC     2310 01        Critical Think/Writ in Psych       Lockhart, L.     3   1:30 PM    2:45 PM    TR       AD       354
                                 Prerequisites: PSYC 1301 and Psychology Major only
40279    PSYC     2370 01        Child/Adolescent Development       STAFF            3   1:30 PM    2:45 PM    TR       AD       385
                                 Prerequisite: PSYC 1301
40281    PSYC     2370 03        Child/Adolescent Development       STAFF            3   9:00 AM    10:15 AM   MW       GB       208
                                 Prerequisite: PSYC 1301
40282    PSYC     2370 04        Child/Adolescent Development       STAFF            3   9:00 AM    10:15 AM   TR       AD       354
                                 Prerequisite: PSYC 1301
41602    PSYC     2370 05        Child/Adolescent Development       Dvorkin, J.      3   3:00 PM     4:15 PM   MW       FA       PALS
                                 Prerequisite: PSYC 1301
40283    PSYC     2380 01        Biology and Behavior               Rodinsky, H.     3   8:00 AM     8:50 AM   MWF      AT&T     431
                                 Prerequisite: PSYC 1301
40284    PSYC     3330 01        Human Sexuality                    Hall, J.         3    6:00 PM 8:45 PM      M        AD       375
40285    PSYC     3330 02        Human Sexuality                    Hall, J.         3    6:00 PM 8:45 PM      T        AD       375
40286    PSYC     3331 01        Abnormal Psychology                STAFF            3   10:30 AM 11:45 AM     MW       AD       295
                                 Prerequisite: PSYC 1301
40287    PSYC     3331 02        Abnormal Psychology                Anderson, A.     3    9:00 AM    12:00 PM F         AD       265
                                 Prerequisite: PSYC 1301
41722    PSYC     3340 01        Community Psychology               STAFF            3   12:00 PM    1:15 PM   MW       GB       117
                                 Prerequisite: PSYC 1301
40288    PSYC     3351 01        Social Psychology                  Lockhart, L.     3   12:00 PM    1:15 PM   TR       GB       109
                                 Cross Listed with SOCI 3351.01
                                 Prerequisite: PSYC 1301 or SOCI 1311
40289    PSYC     3370 01        Adult Development and Aging        Corcoran, C.     3   7:30 AM     8:45 AM   MW       AD       230
                                 Prerequisite: PSYC 1301
40290    PSYC     3370 02        Adult Development and Aging        STAFF            3   9:00 AM    10:15 AM   TR       AD       271
                                 Prerequisite: PSYC 1301
40293    PSYC     3381 01        Statistics for Behavioral Sci      Barnes, R.       3   4:30 PM     5:45 PM   TR       AD       354
                                 Cross Listed with SOCI 3381.01
                                 Prerequisite: MATH 1304 or Permission of Instructor
40292    PSYC     3381 02        Statistics for Behavioral Sci      Velasquez, J. 3      9:00 AM    10:15 AM   MW       NB       217
                                 Cross Listed with SOCI 3381.02
                                 Prerequisite: MATH 1304 or Permission of Instructor




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CRN      Dept       Num Sec      Course Title                       Instructor     Hrs   Begin       End         Days      Bldg        Room

40294    PSYC       3384 01      Research Methods                  STAFF          3     1:30 PM     2:45 PM      TR        NB          205
                                 Cross Listed with SOCI 3384.01
                                 Prerequisites: PSYC 1301 or SOC 1311 and PSYC 3381 or SOCI 3381
40295    PSYC       3385 01      Multicultural Issues              Velasquez, J. 3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM         TR        AD          215
                                 Prerequisite: PSYC 1301
42654    PSYC       3472 01      Learning                          Rodinsky, H.   4     9:00 AM     9:50 AM      MWF       NB          216
                                 Prerequisites: PSYC 1301, 3381 and 3384
40297    PSYC       4332 01      Theories of Psychotherapy         Velasquez, J. 3      1:30 PM     2:45 PM      MW        AD          242
                                 Prerequisites: PSYC 1301, 3331 and 3 hrs PSYC
40298    PSYC       4359 01      Directed Practicum/Internship     STAFF          3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM        MW        GB          212
                                 Prerequisites: Junior and Senior Psychology Majors, PSYC 1301 and 3331
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
42655    PSYC       4381 01      Advanced Statistics               Rodinsky, H.   3     9:00 AM 10:15 AM         TR        AD          212
                                 Prerequisites: PSYC 1301, 3381 and 3384
42419    PSYC       4399 03      ST: Research Continuation         Rodinsky, H.   3     ARR        ARR           ARR       ARR         ARR
                                 Instructor's Signature Required

Religious Studies
41504 RELS          1310   01    Introduction to Theology           Ambrose, G.    3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM        TR        AD          375
40301 RELS          1310   02    Introduction to Theology           Ambrose, A.    3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM       MW        HIT         202
40302 RELS          1340   01    Understanding Catholicism          Ambrose, G.    3     12:00 PM 1:15 PM        MW        AD          246
41604 RELS          1340   02    Understanding Catholicism          Ambrose, G.    3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM        MW        AD          385
40303 RELS          1345   01    Biblical Themes                    Roy, S.        3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM        MW        AD          271
41198 RELS          1345   02    Biblical Themes                    STAFF          3     12:00 PM 1:15 PM        MW        GB          116
41367 RELS          1345   03    Biblical Themes                    Roy, S.        3     12:00 PM 1:15 PM        MW        AD          265

42662 RELS 1345 C17 Biblical Themes                            Ambrose, A.     3          7:30 AM 8:45 AM TR               AD          246
41851 ENGL 0312 C17 Composition Bridge                         Baynton, S.     3         12:00 PM 1 :15 PM TR              AD          212
42183 ENGL 1311 C17 Composition I                              Baynton, S.     3          1:30 PM 2:45 PM TR               AD          212
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available    until after first year student registration   begins this
summer.

40304    RELS       1355   01    History of Christianity            Ambrose, A.    3     12:00 PM 1:15 PM        TR        GB          115
42663    RELS       1355   02    History of Christianity            Ryan, E.       3       3:00 PM 4:15 PM       MW        AD          365
40774    RELS       1355   03    History of Christianity            Ambrose, A..   3       8:00 AM 8:50 AM       MWF       AD          265
40306    RELS       1360   01    Christian Ethics                   Miller, J.     3       4:30 PM 5:45 PM       MW        AD          365
42188    RELS       1360   02    Christian Ethics                   STAFF          3       6:00 PM 8:45 PM       M         AD          246
40996    RELS       1375   01    Prayer and Spirituality            Maddox, S.     3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM       TR        NB          205
40997    RELS       1375   02    Prayer and Spirituality            STAFF          3     12:00 PM 1:15 PM        TR        GB          116
41199    RELS       1375   03    Prayer and Spirituality            Kirk, M        3      1:30 PM  2:45 PM       MW        FA          B03

42665 RELS 1375 C12 Prayer and Spirituality                    Kirk, M         3      3:00 PM        4:15 PM MW         FA        B03
40598 BIOL      1401 C12 Diversity of Life and Lab             Peigler, R.     4      9:00 AM 11:30 AM TR               AT&T      211
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.

42656 RELS 1399 H11 ST: Intro to Relig Stud(Honors)            Ambrose, G.     3      12:00 PM 1:15 PM TR               AD        245
42596 PHIL      1399 H11 ST:Faith & Reason (Honors)            O'Connor, B.    3       9:00 AM 9:50 AM MWF              AD        242
This Learning Community is designed for first year students and will not be available until after first year student registration begins this
summer.




University of the Incarnate Word, Fall 2008 Main Campus Schedule of Classes                                                                   59
CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor    Hrs   Begin      End        Days   Bldg   Room

40309    RELS     2320    01     Hebrew Scriptures                  Clopton, S.   3      9:00 AM   10:15 AM   TR     AD     295
40310    RELS     2335    01     US Latino/a Spirituality           Tarango, Y.   3     10:30 AM   11:45 AM   TR     AD     242
40311    RELS     2345    01     World Religions                    Starkey, P.   3      6:00 PM    8:45 PM   R      AD     365
40312    RELS     2345    02     World Religions                    Brown, S.     3     10:30 AM   11:45 AM   MW     AD     246
42666    RELS     2350    01     Gospel and Acts                    Clopton, S.   3     12:00 PM    1:15 PM   TR     GB     118
42667    RELS     2350    02     Gospel and Acts                    Clopton, S.   3      1:30 PM    2:45 PM   TR     NB     216
40313    RELS     3300    01     The Religious Quest                Ryan, E.      3      6:00 PM    8:45 PM   W      AD     246
41451    RELS     3300    02     The Religious Quest                STAFF         3     12:00 PM    1:15 PM   TR     GB     215
42668    RELS     3300    04     The Religious Quest                Roy, S.       3      7:30 AM    8:45 AM   MW     AD     246
42669    RELS     3300    10     The Religious Quest                STAFF         3      1:30 PM    2:45 PM   TR     NB     218
40314    RELS     3305    01     Catholic Social Teachings          Brown, S.     3     10:30 AM   11:45 AM   TR     AD     265
42983    RELS     3322    01     Christianity Through Art           Kirk, M       3      6:00 PM    8:45 PM   T      FA     B03
40316    RELS     3325    01     Arts for Christian Worship         Kirk, M       3      1:30 PM    2:45 PM   TR     FA     B03

Sports Management
42987 SMHP 3303 01               Seminar Spt Organ & Public Mkt     Powell, B.    3     1:30 PM    2:45 PM    MW     WC     1
40502 SMHP 3319 01               Internship in Sports Mgmt          Henrich, T.   3     ARR        ARR        ARR    ARR    ARR

Sociology
40318 SOCI        1311    02     Introduction to Sociology        Barnes, R.     3       9:00 AM 10:15 AM TR        NB      205
40319 SOCI        1311    03     Introduction to Sociology        Barnes, R.     3       3:00 PM 4:15 PM TR         AD      385
41204 SOCI        1311    04     Introduction to Sociology        Lampe, P.      3      10:30 AM 11:45 AM MW        AD      375
40317 SOCI        1311    05     Introduction to Sociology        Pachecano, R. 3        3:00 PM 4:15 PM MW         AD      385
42671 SOCI        1311    06     Introduction to Sociology        Lozano, Y.     3       6:00 PM 8:45 PM T          NB      216
42672 SOCI        2335    01     Social Issues through Cinema     Lampe, P.      3       9:00 AM 12:00 PM F         AD      375
42673 SOCI        3321    01     Social Problems/Social Justice   Lampe, P.      3       9:00 AM 10:15 AM MW        AD      385
42619 SOCI        3332    01     Culturology/Cross-Cultural Com   Lampe, P.      3       9:00 AM 10:15 AM TR        AD      375
                                 Cross Listed with ANTH 3232.01
40320    SOCI     3351 01        Social Psychology                Lockhart, L.   3      12:00 PM 1:15 PM TR         GB      109
                                 Cross Listed with PSYC 3351.01
                                 Prerequisite: PSYC 1301 or SOCI 1311
42674    SOCI     3355 01        Aging in America                 Lozano, Y.     3       4:30 PM 5:45 PM TR         NB      216
40321    SOCI     3381 01        Statistics for Behavioral Sci    Barnes, R.     3       4:30 PM 5:45 PM TR         AD      354
                                 Cross Listed with PSYC 3381.01
40356    SOCI     3381 02        Statistics for Behavioral Sci    Velasquez, J. 3        9:00 AM 10:15 AM MW        NB      217
                                 Cross Listed with PSYC 3381.02
40322    SOCI     3384 01        Research Methods                 Lockhart, L.   3       1:30 PM 2:45 PM TR         NB      205
                                 Cross Listed with PSYC 3384.01,
                                 Prerequisites: PSYC 1301 or SOCI 1311 and SOCI 3381 or PSYC 3381, Strongly recommended
42676    SOCI     4359 01        Dir Practicum/Internship I       Lampe, P.      3      ARR       ARR         ARR   ARR     ARR
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
42677    SOCI     4360 01        Dir Practicum/Internship II      Lampe, P.      3      ARR       ARR         ARR   ARR     ARR
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
42675    SOCI     4371 01        ST:Soc of the Death Penalty      Barnes, R.     3      12:00 PM 1:15 PM TR         AD      265

Speech
40338    SPCH     1311    01     Public Speaking                    Riedel, D.    3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM     MW     HIT    202
40339    SPCH     1311    02     Public Speaking                    Riedel, D.    3     12:00 PM 1:15 PM      MW     BSH    129
40340    SPCH     1311    03     Public Speaking                    Peed, S.      3      9:00 AM 10:15 AM     TR     NB     218
40341    SPCH     1311    04     Public Speaking                    STAFF         3      4:30 PM 5:45 PM      TR     BSH    129
41313    SPCH     1311    05     Public Speaking                    Riedel, D.    3      1:30 PM 2:45 PM      MW     BSH    129
41621    SPCH     1311    06     Public Speaking                    STAFF         3      3:00 PM 4:15 PM      TR     HIT    202
40342    SPCH     2341    01     Business and Professional Comm     Peed, S.      3     10:30 AM 11:45 AM     TR     AD     271
42681    SPCH     3321    01     Oral Interpretation of Lit         Perry, J.     3      4:30 PM 5:45 PM      TR     GB     212



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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor      Hrs   Begin       End        Days   Bldg   Room

Theatre
40344 THAR        1191 01        Theatre Practicum                Burnette, G.     1        1:00 PM    5:00 PM F        EHMT   CDS
40345 THAR        1320 01        Acting in Everyday Life          Jameson, B.      3        1:30 PM    2:45 PM TR       EHMT   CDS
                                 Satisfies CORE Arts Requirement
40346    THAR     1321 01        Beginning Acting                 Jameson, B.      3        9:00 AM   10:15 AM   TR     EHMT   CDS
41211    THAR     1322 01        Intermediate Acting              Ball, R.         3        9:00 AM   10:15 AM   MW     EHMT   CDS
                                 Prerequisite: THAR 1321
40347    THAR     1380    01     Introduction to Theatre          Mitchell, M.     3      12:00 PM     1:15 PM   TR     HIT    202
40348    THAR     2192    01     Theatre Practicum                Burnette, G.     1       1:00 PM     5:00 PM   F      EHMT   CDS
40349    THAR     2193    01     Theatre Practicum                Burnette, G.     1       1:00 PM     5:00 PM   F      EHMT   CDS
42683    THAR     2380    01     Play Analysis                    Mitchell, M.     3       9:00 AM    10:15 AM   TR     HIT    202
40350    THAR     3194    01     Advanced Theatre Practicum       Fox, D.          1       1:00 PM     5:00 PM   F      EHMT   CDS
                                 Prerequisite: THAR 2193
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
40351    THAR     3195 01        Advanced Theatre Practicum       Fox, D.          1       1:00 PM    5:00 PM    F      EHMT   CDS
                                 Prerequisite: THAR 3194
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
42684    THAR     3323 01        Acting in Verse                  Jameson, B.      3       3:00 PM    4:15 PM    TR     EHMT   CDS
                                 Prerequisite: THAR 1322 or Permission of Instructor
42682    THAR     3381 01        Development of Drama/Theatre I   Ball, R.         3      12:00 PM    1:15 PM    MW     HIT    202
40354    THAR     4196 01        Advanced Theatre Practicum       Fox, D.          1        1:00 PM   5:00 PM    F      EHMT   CDS
                                 Prerequisite: THAR 3195
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
41357    THAR     4333 01        Senior Studio                    Mitchel, M.      3      1:30 PM     2:45 PM    TR     HIT    202
                                 Prerequisite: THAR 4331 and 90 hrs or Permission of Instructor



                                                University of the Incarnate Word
                                             Fall 2008 Graduate Extended Schedule
                                                   August 25th – December 12th
CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor      Hrs   Begin       End        Days   Bldg   Room

Biology
43012 BIOL        6380 01        Virology                           Foglesong,, P. 3       6:00 PM     8:30 PM   M      BSH    123
                                 Class meets with BIOL 438.01
41247    BIOL     6392 01        Advanced Human Physiology          Chapa, I.       3      6:00 PM 8:30 PM       M      AT&T   211
40626    BIOL     CE90 01        Comprehensive Exam                 Foglesong, P.   0     TBA      TBA           TBA    TBA
                                 Instructor’s Signature Required

Business, Accounting
41532 ACCT 5388 01               Accounting Internship              Tiggeman, T. 3        ARR         ARR        ARR    ARR    ARR
41365 ACCT 6340 01               Advanced Financial Reporting       San Miguel, P. 3      6:00 PM     8:45 PM    W      AD     242
41219 ACCT 6345 01               Fed Inc Tax Research               Edmond, T.     3      6:00 PM     8:45 PM    T      BSH    223

Business, International
40420 BINT        63CS 01        Capstone: Sem Internation Bus  Vequist, D.         3     6:00 PM     8:45 PM    W      GB     212
                                 Cross Listed with BMGT 63CS.01
                                 Business Week and ETS Exam Fees Required
Business, Management
40438 BMGT 63CS 01               Capstone: Cases in Manage Prob Vequist, D.         3     6:00 PM     8:45 PM    W      GB     212
                                 Cross Listed with BINT 63CS.01
                                 Business Week and ETS Fee Required


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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor      Hrs   Begin     End        Days   Bldg   Room

Communication Arts
40902 COMM 6302 01               Media Ethics                       Greenberg, V.   3     6:00 PM    8:45 PM   M      AD     271
40903 COMM 6345 01               Practicum in Spec Area of Stud     Greenberg, V.   3     ARR       ARR        ARR    ARR    ARR
40705 COMM 63CS1 01              Communication Capstone             Greenberg, V.   3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   W      AD     271
41013 COMM 63TP 01               Thesis Proposal                    Greenberg, V.   3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   W      AD     271
40980 COMM 63TR 01               Thesis Research                    Greenberg, V.   3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   W      AD     271

Education, Adult
42685 ADED 6384 01               Contemp Iss in Adult Ed:Gender     Kimmel, J.      3     5:00 PM    9:00 PM   F      GB     115
41330 ADED 6399 01               ST: College Teaching               Herbers, S.     3     6:00 PM    8:45 PM   T      GB     208

Education, Early Childhood
41628 EDEC 6335 01               Emergent Literacy              Moore, M.           3     6:00 PM    8:45 PM   M      GB     119
                                 Cross Listed with EDRD 6335.01

Education, Reading
42688 EDRD 6335 01               Emergent Literacy                  Moore, M.       3     6:00 PM    8:45 PM   M      GB     119
                                 Cross Listed with EDEC 6335.01

Education
40357 EDUC        6301    01     Intro to Educational Research      Malcom, L.      3     6:00 PM    8:45 PM   W      GB     116
41285 EDUC        6304    01     Theories of Learning               STAFF           3     6:00 PM    8:45 PM   M      AT&T   121
41286 EDUC        6306    01     Philosophical Foundation in Ed     Risku, M.       3     6:00 PM    8:45 PM   T      GB     119
42703 EDUC        6307    01     Critical Theory in Education       Risku, M.       3     6:00 PM    8:45 PM   M      BSH    123
41626 EDUC        6317    01     Teachers of Young Children II      Campos, D.      3     6:00 PM    8:45 PM   W      GB     119
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
41899    EDUC     6325 01        Pedagogy in the Secondary Schl     Risku, M.       3     3:00 PM    4:15 PM   MW     GB     118
                                 Class taught with EDUC 3380.01
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
41839    EDUC     6399 01        ST:Acculturation in the US         Gray, R         3     4:00 PM    6:00 PM   W      ICC
42709    EDUC     6399 02        ST:Estab/Maint Campuses:Intnl      Watkins, P.     3     TBA       TBA        TBA    ICC
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
40361    EDUC     63CS 01        Capstone: Teacher Internship       STAFF           3     6:00 PM    8:45 PM   M      BSH    223
                                 Class taught with EDUC 66CS.01
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
41334    EDUC     63CS 02        Capstone: Teacher Internship       STAFF           3     6:00 PM    8:45 PM   M      BSH    221
                                 Class taught with EDUC 66CS.02
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
41335    EDUC     63CS 03        Capstone: Teacher Internship       Wernli, C.      3     4:30 PM    7:00 PM   M      NB     216
                                 Class taught with EDUC 4305.01
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
40358    EDUC     63CS1 01       Capstone in Education              Kimmel, J.      3     6:00 PM    8:45 PM   W      BSH    123
40362    EDUC     66CS 01        Capstone: Teacher Internship       STAFF           6     6:00 PM    8:45 PM   M      BSH    223
                                 Class taught with EDUC 63CS.01
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
41834    EDUC     66CS 02        Capstone: Teacher Internship       STAFF           6     6:00 PM    8:45 PM   M      BSH    221
                                 Class taught with EDUC 63CS.02
                                 Instructor's Signature Required

Kinesiology
40949 KEHP        63CS 01        Capstone in Physical Education     Kimmel, J.      3     6:00 PM    8:45 PM   W      BSH    219

Mathematics
42882 MATH        6348 01        Into/Math Educ Literature          Schurter, W.    3     6:00 PM    8:45 PM   R      BSH    224



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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor     Hrs   Begin     End        Days   Bldg   Room

40693    MATH     6363    01     Research Statistics I              Stankus, S.    3     6:00 PM   9:00 PM    M      BSH    220
41832    MATH     6363    02     Research Statistics I              Stankus, S.    3     6:00 PM   9:00 PM    W      BSH    220
41277    MATH     6364    01     Adv Quantitative Research          Messina, P.    3     6:00 PM   9:00 PM    T      BSH    220
42881    MATH     6376    01     Integration of Math & Sci, 6-8     Beauford, J.   3     6:00 PM   8:45 PM    W      BSH    224

Nursing
42955 NURS        6311 02        Research I:Anal&Interpretation    Munoz, L.         3   ARR       ARR        ARR    ARR    ARR
                                 Monterrey, Mexico - Cohort Group
42956    NURS     6323    01     Health Assess/Maint Adv Prac      McNeill, J.       3   ARR       ARR        ARR    ARR    ARR
40480    NURS     6331    01     Aggregate Health I                Cassells. H.      3   6:00 PM   8:45 PM    M      NB     205
41112    NURS     6368    01     Teaching in Schools of Nursing    McNeill, J.       3   6:00 PM   8:45 PM    M      NB     218
41878    NURS     6437    01     Clinical Nurse Specialist I       Saucier, L.       4   9:00 AM   4:00 PM    S      NB     216
40897    NURS     63CS    01     Capstone                          Kolb, S.          3   9:00 AM   2:00 PM    S      NB     217
                                 Class meets Sept 13th, 27th, Oct 11th, Nov 15th, and Dec 6th
43015    NURS     6399 01        ST: Palliative Care               McNeill/Gilliland 3   6:00 PM   8:45 PM    M      TBA

Nutrition
41345 NUTR        6100 01        Dietetics                        STAFF            1     9:00 AM   5:00 PM    MTWRF BSH     316
                                 Class Meets August 4th - August 8th
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
41282    NUTR     6290 01        Practicum in Nutrition           STAFF            2     4:30 PM   5:45 PM    W      BSH    336
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
40666    NUTR     6325 01        Advanced Nutrition I             Senne-Duff, B.   3     6:00 PM   8:45 PM    T      BSH    316
40672    NUTR     6400 01        Clinical Dietetics Practice      STAFF            4     6:00 PM   8:45 PM    T      BSH    336
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
40662    NUTR     61CS 01        Capstone: Master's Project       Senne-Duff, B.   1     4:30 PM   6:00 PM    F      BSH    316
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
40664    NUTR     62CS 01        Capstone: Master's Project       Senne-Duff, B.   2     4:30 PM   6:00 PM    F      BSH    316
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
42885    NUTR     63CS 01        Capstone: Master's Project       Senne-Duff, B.   3     4:30 PM   6:00 PM    F      BSH    316
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
42886    NUTR     63TP 01        Thesis Proposal                  Senne-Duff, B.   3     ARR       ARR        ARR    ARR    ARR
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
42888    NUTR     CE90 01        Comprehensive Examination        Senne-Duff, B.   0     ARR       ARR        ARR    ARR    ARR
                                 Instructor's Signature Required

Pastoral Institute
42670 RSPI         6218 01       The Pauline Corpus                 Hanson, G.      2       6:00 PM 8:45 PM   T      AD     215
                                 Class meets Sept 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th, Oct 21st, Nov 4th, and 18th
40771    RSPI     62CS 01        Pastoral Project                   Ryan, E.        2       ARR         ARR   ARR    ARR    ARR
                                 Instructor's Signature Required

Sports Management
40503 SMGT 6386 01               Internship I                       Henrich, T.    3     ARR       ARR        ARR    ARR    ARR
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
42966    SMGT     6686 01        Internship                         Henrich, T.    6     ARR       ARR        ARR    ARR    ARR
                                 Instructor's Signature Required




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                                                 University of the Incarnate Word
                                                Fall 2008 Mini I Graduate Schedule
                                                     August 25th – October 18th

CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor      Hrs   Begin     End        Days   Bldg   Room

Business, Accounting
41533 ACCT 6311 01               Managerial Accounting              Edmond, T.      3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   M      GB     209
41707 ACCT 6318 01               Ethics for Accounting/Business     Elrod, H.       3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   W      GB     208

Business, Administration
41537 ADMN 6360 01               Management Concepts & Issues       Dominguez, D. 3       6:00 PM   10:00 PM   T      GB     116
41541 ADMN 6375 01               Strategic Planning and Policy      LaFrance, K.  3       6:00 PM   10:00 PM   W      GB     117

Business, Economics
41565 ECON 6312 01               International Economics            Zanca, N.       3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   T      GB     215

Business, Finance
41545 BFIN        6320 01        Financial Management               STAFF           3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   W      GB     209

Business, Information Systems
41827 BINF       6315 01      Information Systems Seminar           Galvez-Kiser, A. 3    6:00 PM   10:00 PM   R      AD     215

Business, International
41358 BINT        6311 01        International Business         Burr, P.            3     9:00 AM    1:00 PM   S      GB     215
41566 BINT        6312 01        International Economics        Zanca, N.           3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   T      GB     215
                                 Cross Listed with ECON 6312.01
41826    BINT     6372 01        International Business Law     Forrest, M.         3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   W      GB     118
                                 Cross Listed with BLAW 6372.01

Business, Law
41555 BLAW        6372 01        International Business Law         Forrest, M.     3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   W      GB     118
                                 Cross Listed with BINT 6372.01

Business, Management
41561 BMGT 6311 01               Human Resource Management          Craven, A.      3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   M      GB     212

Business, Healthcare Administration
42608 HADM 6301 01             Healthcare Org/Delivery              Dominguez, D. 3       6:00 PM   10:00 PM   M      GB     109

Communication Arts
41683 COMM 6301 01               Communication Theory               Liu, H.         3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   R      AD     271
41685 COMM 6318 01               Sem Comm: Public Relations         STAFF           3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   T      AD     271

Education, Adult
41629 ADED 6381 02               Adult Learning & Development       Herbers, S.     3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   R      GB     109
41631 ADED 6388 02               Effective Teams and Groups         Buck, M.        3     9:00 AM    2:00 PM   S      GB     116

Education, Kinesiology
42686 EDKE 6381 01               Top:Exercise Physiology/Fitnes   Henrich, T.   3         6:00 PM   10:00 PM   M      WC     1
                                 Class taught with KEHP 6381.01 and PEHP 4399.01

Kinesiology
42917 KEHP        6381 01        Topics Exer Phys/Fitness        Henrich, T.   3          6:00 PM   10:00 PM   M      WC     1
                                 Class taught with EDKE 6381.01 and PEHP 4399.01

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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor         Hrs   Begin     End        Days   Bldg     Room

Nursing
41652 NURS        6321 01        Nur Theory for Adv Practice        Sorensen, J.       3     5:00 PM   10:00 PM   T      NB       205
41654 NURS        6342 01        Research II: Proposal Develop      Jones, M.          3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   T      NB       218
41653 NURS        6390 01        Informatics in Health Care         Schlegel, C.       3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   W      NB       217

Nutrition
42887 NUTR        6352 01        Issues in Food and Nutrition       STAFF              3     6:00 PM   8:45 PM    R      BSH      336

Organizational Development
41709 ORGD 6320 01               Organization Behavior/Learning     Trevino, S.        3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   R      GB     115
41538 ORGD 6351 01               Found Organizational Develop       Teachout. M.       3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   M      GB     116
41540 ORGD 6351 02               Found Organizational Develop       Moynihan-McCoy, T. 3     5:30 PM    9:30 PM   W      DELMAR
                                 Instructor's Signature Required
42609    ORGD     6370 01        Human Perf Technology              STAFF              3     3:30 PM    9:30 PM   M      DELMAR

Sports Management
42967 SMGT 6384 01               Leadership & Org in Sports Mgt     Blackwood, S.      3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   T      NB       AELH


                                                 University of the Incarnate Word
                                                Fall 2008 Mini II Graduate Schedule
                                                   October 20th – December 12th

CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor         Hrs   Begin     End        Days   Bldg     Room

Business, Accounting
41534 ACCT 6311 02               Managerial Accounting              Edmond, T.         3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   M      GB       209
41536 ACCT 6338 01               Sustainability Perf/Reporting      Donovan, J.        3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   R      GB       209


Business, Administration
42322 ADMN 6310 02               Accounting Concepts and Issues     Craven, A.         3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   M      GB       215

Business, Economics
41567 ECON 6311 01               Managerial Economics               Fawaz, F.          3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   R      GB       212

Business, Finance
41546 BFIN        6320 02        Financial Management               Renero, G.         3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   W      GB       209
41548 BFIN        6321 01        International Finance              Rodriguez-Barocio,R 3    6:00 PM   10:00 PM   M      GB       118

Business, Healthcare Administration
42610 HADM 6360 01             Managing Healthcare Organizati       LaFrance, K.       3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   R      GB       117

Business, Information Systems
41831 BINF       6315 02      Information Systems Seminar           Scobey, B.         3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   R      AD       215

Business, International
41903 BINT        6321 02        International Finance              Rodriguez-Barocio, R3    6:00 PM   10:00 PM   M      GB       118

Business, Management Decision Systems
41558 BMDS 6370 01           Project Management I                   Lovelace, M.       3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   T      GB       116
41557 BMDS 6380 01           Quantitative Methods in Bus            Scott, J.          3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   M      GB       116
                             Prerequisite: BMDS 6340

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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor       Hrs   Begin     End        Days   Bldg   Room

Business, Marketing
41359 BMKT 6311 01               Marketing Management               Burr, P.         3     9:00 AM   1:00 PM    S      GB     215

Communication Arts
41686 COMM 6318 02               Sem Comm:Intercultural Comm    Liu, H.              3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   R      AD     271
42774 COMM 6318 03               Sem Comm:Issues/Trends in Comm STAFF                3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   T      AD     271

Education, Adult
41632 ADED 6381 03               Adult Learning & Development       Herbers, S.      3     9:00 AM    2:00 PM   S      GB     118
41633 ADED 6388 03               Effective Teams and Groups         Kimmel, J.       3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   R      GB     109


Education, Kinesiology
42687 EDKE 6377 01               Instructional Development/PE       Carleton, W.     3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   M      WC     1
                                 Cross Listed with KEHP 6377.01

Kinesiology
42922 KEHP        6377 01        Instruction Development in PE      Carleton, W.     3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   M      WC     1
                                 Cross Listed w/EDKE 6377.01

Nursing
41660 NURS        6311 01        Research I:Anal&Interpretation   Kolb, S.         3       9:00 AM    2:00 PM   S      NB     CR
                                 Class Meets September 6th, 20th, Oct 4th, 25th, Nov 8th, and 22nd
42958    NURS     6311 03        Research I:Anal&Interpretation   STAFF            3       6:00 PM   10:00 PM   W      NB     CR
42957    NURS     6699 01        ST:Nursing in the United State   Strickland, S. 6         ARR       ARR        ARR    ARR    ARR

Organizational Development
41708 ORGD 6330 01               Found of Org Research/Assessme     Dominguez, D. 3        6:00 PM   10:00 PM   R      JB     232
41542 ORGD 6352 01               Interventions in Org Develop       Teachout. M. 3         6:00 PM   10:00 PM   M      GB     115
41544 ORGD 6352 02               Interventions in Org Develop       Moynihan-McCoy, T 3    5:30 PM    9:30 PM   W      DELMAR
                                 Instructor’s Signature Required
42611    ORGD     6370 02        Human Perf Technology              STAFF            3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   R      GB     115
40456    ORGD     63CS 01        Capstone: Org Development          LaFrance, K.     3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   T      GB     115

Sports Management
42968 SMGT 6375 01               Sport Governance                   Henrich, T.      3     6:00 PM   10:00 PM   T      NB     205


                                                   University of the Incarnate Word
                                                Fall 2008 Doctoral Extended Schedule
                                                      August 25th – December 12th

CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor       Hrs   Begin     End        Days   Bldg   Room

Education
40785 EDUC        7350 01        Constructing Research Designs      Henderson, R. 3        6:00 PM   8:45 PM    M      GB     208
40369 EDUC        7355 01        Qualitative Research Methods       Ettling, D.   3        6:00 PM   8:45 PM    R      GB     118

Interdisciplinary Doctorate
41915 INDR         7310 01       Concepts of Leadership             Antelo, A.       3     6:00 PM   8:45 PM    T      AT&T   121
40395 INDR         7330 01       Systems of Belief I                Gray, R          3     6:00 PM   8:45 PM    R      GB     119
41287 INDR         7330 02       Systems of Belief I                Boakari, F.      3     6:00 PM   8:45 PM    W      BSH    223
40365 INDR         7350 01       Research Methods & Tools           STAFF            3     6:00 PM   8:45 PM    W      BSH    221

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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor      Hrs   Begin     End       Days   Bldg   Room

41835    INDR     7350    03     Research Methods & Tools           STAFF           3     6:00 PM   8:45 PM   R      GB     215
40391    INDR     8100    01     Dissertation                       Henderson, R.   1     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
40392    INDR     8100    02     Dissertation                       Craven, A.      1     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
40393    INDR     8100    03     Dissertation                       Ettling, D.     1     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
40394    INDR     8100    04     Dissertation                       Antelo, A.      1     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
40752    INDR     8100    05     Dissertation                       Beauford, J.    1     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
41020    INDR     8100    06     Dissertation                       Gray, R         1     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
41026    INDR     8100    07     Dissertation                       Watkins, P.     1     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
42338    INDR     8100    08     Dissertation                       Boakari, F.     1     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
42716    INDR     8100    12     Dissertation                       STAFF           1     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
40370    INDR     8300    01     Dissertation Writing               Henderson, R.   3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
40371    INDR     8300    02     Dissertation Writing               STAFF           3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
40372    INDR     8300    03     Dissertation Writing               Ettling, D.     3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
40373    INDR     8300    04     Dissertation Writing               Antelo, A.      3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
40374    INDR     8300    05     Dissertation Writing               Gray, R         3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
40375    INDR     8300    06     Dissertation Writing               Watkins, P.     3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
40376    INDR     8300    07     Dissertation Writing               Boakari, F.     3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
40377    INDR     8300    08     Dissertation Writing               Kimmel, J.      3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
40380    INDR     8300    09     Dissertation Writing               STAFF           3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
40381    INDR     8300    10     Dissertation Writing               STAFF           3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
40384    INDR     8300    11     Dissertation Writing               Hinojosa, G.    3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
40385    INDR     8300    12     Dissertation Writing               Beauford, J.    3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
40388    INDR     8300    13     Dissertation Writing               Hall, S.        3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
40389    INDR     8300    14     Dissertation Writing               Moore, M.       3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
40758    INDR     8300    15     Dissertation Writing               Risku, M.       3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
42719    INDR     8300    19     Dissertation Writing               STAFF           3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR

International Education/Entrepreneurship
42721 INEE        7345 01       International Organization          Boakari, F.     3     6:00 PM   8:45 PM   M      AD     230
                                Instructor's Signature Required
40729 INEE        7387 01       International Internship            Gray, R         3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
                                Instructor's Signature Required
42722 INEE        7387 02       International Internship            Watkins, P.     3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
                                Instructor's Signature Required
40869 INEE        7387 03       International Internship            Boakari, F.     3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
                                Instructor's Signature Required
42727 INEE        7388 01       Domestic Internship                 Gray, R         3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
                                Instructor's Signature Required
42728 INEE        7388 02       Domestic Internship                 Boakari, F.     3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
                                Instructor's Signature Required
42729 INEE        7388 03       Domestic Internship                 Watkins, P.     3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
                                Instructor's Signature Required
40730 INEE        7687 01       International Internship            Gray, R         6     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
                                Instructor's Signature Required
42725 INEE        7687 02       International Internship            Watkins, P.     6     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
                                Instructor's Signature Required
40875 INEE        7687 03       International Internship            Boakari, F.     6     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
                                Instructor's Signature Required
40728 INEE        7688 01       Domestic Internship                 Gray, R         6     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
                                Instructor's Signature Required
42726 INEE        7688 02       Domestic Internship                 Watkins, P.     6     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
                                Instructor's Signature Required
40873 INEE        7688 03       Domestic Internship                 Boakari, F.     6     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
                                Instructor's Signature Required



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CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor      Hrs   Begin     End       Days   Bldg   Room

Mathematics
42883 MATH        7320 01        Readings in Mathematics Educ       Schurter, W.    3     6:00 PM   8:45 PM   R      BSH    224

Organizational Leadership
40363 ORGL 7360 01               Org Theory & Culture I             STAFF         3       6:00 PM   8:45 PM   M      BSH    219
40364 ORGL 7360 02               Org Theory & Culture I             Henderson, R. 3       6:00 PM   8:45 PM   T      BSH    221
41294 ORGL 73CS 01               Capstone: Org Leadership           Ettling, D.   3       6:00 PM   8:45 PM   W      BSH    222



                                                   University of the Incarnate Word
                                                  Fall 2008 Mini I Doctoral Schedule
                                                       August 25th – October 18th

                                                         No Classes Scheduled



                                                  University of the Incarnate Word
                                                 Fall 2008 Mini II Doctoral Schedule
                                                   October 20th – December 12th
CRN      Dept     Num Sec        Course Title                       Instructor      Hrs   Begin     End       Days   Bldg   Room

Interdisciplinary Doctorate
42420 INDR         8100 09       Dissertation                       Henderson, R.   1     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
42713 INDR         8100 10       Dissertation                       STAFF           1     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
42715 INDR         8100 11       Dissertation                       STAFF           1     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
42537 INDR         8300 16       Dissertation Writing               Boakari, F.     3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
42717 INDR         8300 17       Dissertation Writing               STAFF           3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR
42718 INDR         8300 18       Dissertation Writing               STAFF           3     ARR       ARR       ARR    ARR    ARR




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                                                   Fall 2008 Final Exam Schedule
     Monday – Dec 8             Tuesday – Dec 9           Wednesday – Dec 10       Thursday – Dec 11     Friday – Dec 12

        8:00 – 10:00               8:00 – 10:00                 8:00 – 10:00          8:00 – 10:00         8:00 – 10:00

    classes beginning           classes beginning            classes beginning      classes beginning    Friday AM Block
       8:00 MWF                      7:30 TR                     9:00 MW                 9:00 TR              Classes

       10:45 – 12:45              10:45 – 12:45                10:45 – 12:45         10:45 – 12:45        10:45 – 12:45

    classes beginning           classes beginning            classes beginning      classes beginning    Friday PM Block
       10:30 MW                     10:30 TR                    12:00 MW                12:00 TR              Classes

         1:30 - 3:30                1:30 - 3:30                  1:30 - 3:30           1:30 - 3:30

    classes beginning           classes beginning           classes beginning       classes beginning
        1:30 MW,                     1:30 TR              3:00 MW, MF or WF              3:00 TR
       MR, or WF
       4:15 - 6:15                  4:15 - 6:15                  4:15 - 6:15           4:15 - 6:15

    classes beginning           classes beginning            classes beginning      classes beginning
        7:30 MW                      4:30 TR                 4:30 MW or MF               9:00 MWF

         6:30 - 8:30                6:30 - 8:30                  6:30 - 8:30           6:30 - 8:30

     classes beginning          classes beginning           classes beginning       classes beginning
     6:00 or later M or         6:00 or later T or          6:00 or later W or      6:00 or later R or
       MW or MR or               TR or those not          those not conforming       MR or those not
         those not                conforming to           to time periods listed   conforming to time
    conforming to the          time periods listed                                    periods listed
    time periods listed


Saturday block class finals are held the last Saturday of the class.




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                                               University of the Incarnate Word
                                          Registration Over-ride Approval Request
Semester/ Year                                                            Advisor
Name                                                                      Student ID

The student listed above requests authorization from you to enroll in the course(s) listed below. Registration
restrictions that require your approval include signature requirements, over-ride of the established class limit, and
an over-ride of the established pre-requisites. You are not obligated to approve this request. If you approve of
this enrollment in your class, indicate below the reason for your approval and sign in the block indicated. The
Dean’s signature is required to over-ride the class limit and/or pre-requisite.

                    THIS IS NOT A REGISTRATION FORM !
                                   Approval on this form does not register you in the class.

Bring this form to the Registrar’s Office so that we may document your approval and you may continue with your
registration online. If approved, you must register for the course either online or by submitting your completed
registration and/or add form to the Registrar’s Office.

Registration Over-ride Approval Signatures
                                       Indicate the Reason for Your
CRN      Dept     Number Sec                                                  Instructor Signature     Dean’s Signature
                                       Approval
                                           Signature Requirement
                                           Over-ride Class Limit
                                           Over-ride Pre-requisite
                                           Signature Requirement
                                           Over-ride Class Limit
                                           Over-ride Pre-requisite
                                           Signature Requirement
                                           Over-ride Class Limit
                                           Over-ride Pre-requisite
                                           Signature Requirement
                                           Over-ride Class Limit
                                           Over-ride Pre-requisite
                                           Signature Requirement
                                           Over-ride Class Limit
                                           Over-ride Pre-requisite
                                           Signature Requirement
                                           Over-ride Class Limit
                                           Over-ride Pre-requisite
                                           Signature Requirement
                                           Over-ride Class Limit
                                           Over-ride Pre-requisite

Student Signature: ______________________________________________                   Date: ________________________________________


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                                          University of the Incarnate Word Building Legend
               Building Code       Building Name                                                            Location on Map
               AD                  Administration Building                                                            1
               AELH                Ann Everett Lecture Hall, Sr. Charles Marie Frank Nursing Building                13
               AT&T                AT&T Science Center                                                               55
               BS                  Ballet Studio, Genevieve Tarlton Dougherty Fine Arts Center, 3rd Floor             5
               BSH                 Bonilla Science Hall                                                               6
               CDS                 Cheever Down Stage, inside Elizabeth Huth Coates Theatre                          3a
               CONV                Alice P. McDermot Convocation Center                                              27
               EHMT                Elizabeth Huth Coates Theatre                                                     3a
               FA                  Genevieve Tarlton Dougherty Fine Arts Center                                       4
               FIELD                   Daniel J. Sullivan IV Baseball Field                                          30
                                       Soccer                                                                    32 and 42
                                       Softball                                                                      28
                                       Clarence Mayberry Tennis Center                                               33
               GB                  Gorman Business and Education Center                                              54
               HIT                 Maureen Halligan-Ronald Ibbs Theatre and Dance Center                              3
               ICC                 Dr. Burton E. Grossman International Conference Center                            41
               JB                  Sr. Mary Elizabeth Joyce Applied Arts and Sciences Building                        8
               NATA                Ann Barshop Natatorium                                                            42
               LIBR                J. E. and L. E. Mabee Library                                                      7
               PALS                Palestrina Hall, Fine Arts Building, 2nd Floor                                     4
               FSOP                Feik School of Pharmacy (Location near Incarnate Word High School)                45
               NB                  Sr. Charles Marie Frank Nursing Building                                          13
               POOL                Ann Barshop Natatorium                                                            40
               PLAB                Piano Lab, Genevieve Tarlton Dougherty Fine Arts Center                            5
               WC                  Richard and Janet Cervera Wellness Center                                         12




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